cubic units

Related to cubic units: square units

cubic units

(cu or 3) These signify that three quantities measured in the same units have been multiplied together. For example, with a three-dimensional rectangular object, the height, breadth, and length may be multiplied togther to give its volume, which is then measured in cubic units.
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3 : an amount of space that can be measured in cubic units <The volume of the box is three cubic feet.
The concepts of units would be considered Level 1 topics, since students would have to analyse what one-and two-dimensional units represent and this is dependent upon their ability to visualise linear, square and cubic units.
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