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## What is the amount of space in a 3D object?

Amount of space occupied by a 3-dimensional object is called its Volume .

## What do you call the amount of space an object takes up?

Volume simply refers to the space an object takes up. Depending on the physical state of an object, there are a couple ways to measure volume.

**Is the space occupied by the 3D object?**

The amount of space occupied by 3D object is called its volume.

**Is the amount of space in an object?**

VOLUME– The amount of space an object takes up.

### What refers to the amount of space?

### What is a space occupied by a 3D region?

**Is the amount of space occupied by a material?**

The volume is the amount of space occupied by a substance, while the mass is the amount of matter a substance…

**Is amount of space covered by a surface?**

Surface area is the amount of space covering the outside of a three-dimensional shape.

#### What is the amount of space occupied by gases?

volume

Explanation: All matter, gas, liquid, and solid expresses a volume. For gases, the volume can be altered for a given quantity (i.e. mass) by compression or expansion, and a gas will always fill a vacuum evenly. Gaseous volumes have typical units of L , or m3 .

#### Can be measured by the space it occupies?

Mass is measured using a scale. Volume is the amount of space matter takes up. Volume can be measured by multiplying the length, width, and height of an object, or by using a measuring cup and seeing how the measurement of water changes in a cup. Density is the amount of matter an object has in a certain space.

**Is the amount of space enclosed in a figure?**

In mathematics the area of a plane figure refers to the number of square units the figure covers. The area is the inside shape or space measured in square units. The amount of surface enclosed by a closed figure is called its area.

**How is the volume of a 3D object measured?**

(Write the letters of the stacks.) The space (in all directions) occupied by a 3D object is called its volume. Cubes are the units we use to measure volume. A cube with edges of 1 cm (that is, (1 ext { cm} imes 1 ext { cm} imes 1 ext { cm})) has a volume of one cubic centimetre (1 cm 3 ).

## How is the amount of space an object takes up measured?

amount of space an object takes up. The amount of space an object takes up. This is a three-dimensional measurement. The basic unit of measurement for volume is going to depend if the substance is a solid or liquid/gas. For solids: We usually use mm3, cm3or m3. For liquids and gases:

## How to calculate the surface area of an object?

Calculate the area of one face of the cube. Add up the areas of all the faces of the cube. The surface area of an object is the sum of the areas of all its faces (or outer surfaces). As for other areas, we measure surface area in square units, for example mm 2, cm 2, m 2 . A cube has six identical square faces.

**When to use m3 or ML for an object?**

This is used for large solid objects. (m3) This is used for smaller quantities of liquid or gas (mL) This is used for larger quantities of liquid or gas (L) It depends…