 
What are metric
units of Volume?
Cubic meter (or metre)
Volume
is length times width times height.
The
volume of a teacher’s desk is about one cubic metre. The volume of a box two
metres high by three metres wide by four metres long is 24 cubic metres.
Smaller
volumes:

A
litre of water has the volume of one cubic decimetre. 

There
are 1,000 litres in a cubic metre. 

A
cubic metre of water is 1,000 litres. 

A
litre contains 1,000 cubic centimetres. 

A
teaspoon holds about five cubic centimetres (or five millilitres) of
liquid, and a cubic millimetre is so small that 1,000 of them would occupy
the space of a cubic centimetre.

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