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# Measuring and Estimating Liquid Volumes and Masses 3rd Grade Math Worksheets

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## Definition:

Liquid volume is expressed as cubic units of liquid measurements such as liters, milliliters etc. Meanwhile, mass is also a unit of measurement that weighs how heavy an object is, either in the units of kilogram or gram.

## Summary:

LIQUID VOLUME – It is the amount of space occupied by a liquid at rest or at their containers. It is measured through liquid measurement.

MASS – It is a measure of how much matter is in an object. It is commonly measured by how much something weighs.

2 COMMON MEASUREMENTS OF VOLUME

• MILLILITER – Measures a very small amount of liquid. It is often written as mL.
• LITER – It is equivalent to 1000 milliliter. It is often written as L.

INSTRUMENTS USED IN MEASURING LIQUID VOLUME

• MEASURING CUP – It is the commonly used measuring instrument. It is used in the kitchen for adding liquid ingredients in a measured quantity.
• LABORATORY TOOLS – It is used in laboratories for clinical and scientific purposes. It is useful in measuring liquids with precision for carrying out tests with chemicals and others.

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