||Volume is a measure of the amount of space an object takes up. If you measure the amount the water level increases, you can find the volume of the water pushed out of the way.
||A common piece of laboratory equipment used to measure the volume of a liquid. It has a narrow cylindrical shape. Each marked line on the graduated cylinder represents the amount of liquid that has been measured.
||One thousandth of a liter.
||A metric unit of capacity, formerly defined as the volume of 1 kilogram of water under standard conditions, now equal to 1,000 cubic centimeters.
||The density of a substance is its mass per unit volume. Mass/Volume
|Units of Density
||g/cm3 OR g/ml
|Examples of Irregular Shaped Objects
||Rocks, marbles, crystals, erasers, paper clips, film canisters.