- The volume of an object is how much space it takes up.
- Volume is measured in units of m3 ("metres cubed") for large objects, or cm3 ("centimetres cubed") for smaller objects.
- Another unit is ml ("millilitre"). 1ml is identical to 1cm3, but is generally used for volumes of liquids.
- The volume of an irregular (i.e. ‘weirdly-shaped’) solid can be found by using a Eureka can.