# How to Calculate Cubic Meter Volume?

The cubic meter is represented by the symbol m3 or meter cube.

1 cm3 = 1000 litres

It is an SI unit of Volume. When a cube possesses a length of 1 meter. The side of the cube is equal, and so the Volume of the cube is

Volume = l × b × h

Here

Length = l

Height = h

Volume= 1 × 1 × 1

V = 1 m3 or 1 Cubic meter

### Calculation of Cubic Meter Volume

It is the SI unit of Volume, and we know the Volume is calculated for the Liquids, Solids, and Air. For the three-dimensional figure, the Volume is calculated in cubic centimeters or cubic meters and is also heavily influenced by the unit's dimension.

### Examples of Cubic Meter

Question: A girl is playing with the cubical block, and the edge length of the cube is 3 cm. Calculate the Volume of the cubical block.

The length of the cube 3.

The Volume of the cube = a × a ×a

= 3 × 3 ×3

= 27 cm3

Question: A tiffin box in the form of a cube has dimensions 5cm × 3cm × 2cm. Find the Volume of 10 such boxes

L = 5 cm, B = 3 cm, H = 2 cm.

Volume of 1 box = l × b × h

= (5 × 3 × 2) cm2

= 30 cm2

Volume of 10 packets = (30 × 10) cm2

= 300 cm2

Question: A cuboidal gift is 10 m long and 8 m wide. How high must it be made to hold 380 cubic meters of a liquid?

Ans: Let the cuboidal gift height be "h." The given dimensions are length =10 m and breadth= 8 m.

The Volume of the cuboid is given = 380 m2.

The Volume of the cuboid = length × breadth × height

Question: The Volume of the tank is 50000 liters of petrol. Determine the breadth of the tank, if it has a depth and length of 10 m and 2.5m.

The given information is as follows:

Height of the tank = 10 m

Length of the tank = 2.5 m

Let us assume that the breadth of the tank is " b."

Question: A wall of length 10 m has to be constructed on the open field. The peak of the wall has to be 4 m and 24 cm broad. If this wall has to be constructed with bricks and measurements are 24 cm × 12 cm × 8 cm. Then determine how many bricks are required for the construction of the wall.

Ans =

We can calculate the number of bricks.

Now, we have to find the Volume of bricks and the Volume of the wall

Brick

Given dimensions of the brick are

Height = 8 cm

Length = 24 cm

Volume of each brick= length × breadth × height

= 24 × 12 × 8 × cm2

Wall

Breadth of wall = 24 cm

Length of wall = 10m

= 10 × 100 = 1000 cm

Height of the wall = 4 m = 4 ×100 = 400 cm

The Volume of the wall = length × breadth × height

= 1000 × 24 × 400 cm2

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