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### Volume is often represented by a 'V' in equations and the SI unit is m^{3}

The symbol for **volume** which is commonly used is capital V

**Symbol: V**

The **SI unit **for volume is meters cubed with the symbol: m^{3}

**Unit: m ^{3}**

An example of how you would represent volume in equations is:

- A scientist fills a large beaker up with 0.2 meters cubed of water
- V = 0.2m
^{3}

- V = 0.2m

- A student pours in 0.003 meters cubed of water
- V = 0.003m
^{3}

- V = 0.003m

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