Posted by **wow** on Monday, September 25, 2006 at 10:25pm.

What connections can you identify between the metric units for length and volume

length x length x length = cubic length.

That is cm x cm x cm = cubic centimeters or m x m x m = cubic meters. That is length used to measure the sides will provide a volume. That is why volume does not have an appropriate SI unit.

for your information sir,SI unit of volume is cubic meters

Perhaps this needs clarification. There are SEVEN base units in the SI system. They are

length

mass

time

electric current

thermodynamic temperature

amount of substance

luminous intensity

Volume, measured in cubic meters, is a DERIVED SI UNIT. It is NOT a base unit. That is what I meant in my previous post.

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