Which of the following quantities represents a volume measurement:15 m2, 2.5 * 102 m3, 5.77 L>s?

Harlen Pritchard 2020-11-17 Answered

Which of the following quantities represents a volume measurement:
15m2, 2.5×102m3, 5.77 L>s?

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Nathalie Redfern
Answered 2020-11-18 Author has 99 answers

Step 1
Volume
The amount of space that compound occupies, or that is enclosed in a container.
It is measurement of three dimensional spaces.
Units of volume-
Volume is measured in Liter (L), milliliter (mL), cubic meter (m3), cubic centimeter (cm3) and cubic inches (in3)
Step 2
Answer of given question-
15m2- this represents area (measure of two dimensional space).
5×102 m3-this represents volume since m3 is unit of volume.
77L/s -this represents volume flow rate that is volume divided by time.
Hence 2.5×102m3 represents volume measurement.
Step 3
Result:
2.5×102m3 represents volume measurement.

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