# 6. The amount of space occupied by an object is called 7. It has six square faces. All the faces are squares. It is called8. The volume is the total number of unit cubes that can fit to it. To find its volume, multiplyside by side by side:9. A three-dimensional closed figure with two lengths, two heights and two widths is called10. To multiply the volume of a rectangle, multiply the length by the width and then by theheight:ODD Theof a solid is the amount of space the solid occupies.12. The(cm°) is the unit used for measuring volume.13. The volume of 1-m cube is 1(my). It is often used as a unit for measuringvolumes of large solids.14. The volume of a= lengthxlengthxlength of sides15. The volume of a= lengthxwidthxheight16. When converting from a larger unit to a smaller unit, we17. When converting from a smaller unit to a larger unit, we18. In converting cu.cm to cu.m and vice versa, we can use the Conversion Rule: 1 cu.m=1,000,00019. When converting cubic centimeter to Liter, divide the cubic centimeter into20. When converting liter to cubic centimeter, multiplyinto 1,000​

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6. The amount of space occupied by an object is called

7. It has six square faces. All the faces are squares. It is called

8. The volume is the total number of unit cubes that can fit to it. To find its volume, multiply

side by side by side:

9. A three-dimensional closed figure with two lengths, two heights and two widths is called

10. To multiply the volume of a rectangle, multiply the length by the width and then by the

height:

ODD The

of a solid is the amount of space the solid occupies.

12. The

(cm°) is the unit used for measuring volume.

13. The volume of 1-m cube is 1

(my). It is often used as a unit for measuring

volumes of large solids.

14. The volume of a

= lengthxlengthxlength of sides

15. The volume of a

= lengthxwidthxheight

16. When converting from a larger unit to a smaller unit, we

17. When converting from a smaller unit to a larger unit, we

18. In converting cu.cm to cu.m and vice versa, we can use the Conversion Rule: 1 cu.m=

1,000,000

19. When converting cubic centimeter to Liter, divide the cubic centimeter into

20. When converting liter to cubic centimeter, multiply

into 1,000