Liquid *measure* is always called Fluid *Measure*. Quantity or Volume of fluid is never *measured in Centimetres*. Volume of fluids is *measured* in Litres or Millilitres.

A liter (L) is: a bit more than a quart (US *measure*) about the quantity in a sports drink *bottle*. very close to the volume of a kilogram of *water*.

The volume of a container that is filled with a liquid or a solid that *can* be poured is often called its capacity. Capacity is usually *measured* in units such as gallons, quarts, pints, cups, fluid ounces, liters, and milliliters.. 1 milliliter is equivalent to 1 cubic *centimeter*.

Officially the word "liter" is defined as a unit of *measure* that equals to exactly one cubic. 1 cubic decimeter 1000 cubic *centimeters* 1 Liter, 0.264172052. means that 1 cup of *water* is about 1/4 liters, 1 cup being approximately 250 mL (*large bottle* (not extra *large*) of ketchup is also about 1 litre in volume.

You *can* use the following benchmarks to estimate length.. about 5 *centimeters* long.. That leaves 240 L (240 *large water bottles*), which seems reasonable.

Fun *measurement* lessons for 4th grade to 8th grade kids!. *centimeter* (cm) â€“ a metric unit commonly used to express the length of small. . fluid ounce (fl oz) â€“ is an English unit commonly used for *measuring* liquids in *bottles* such as soft drinks.. It is commonly used in *measuring large* amount of liquid such as gasoline.