(0:01)Solids: 3D shapes with length, width, and height, like cuboids and cubes. They have faces (flat surfaces), edges (where faces meet), and vertices (where edges meet).

(1:00)Volume and Unit Cubes: Volume measures the space a solid occupies, typically in cubic units. A cubic centimetre ($\text{cm}^3$) is the volume of a cube with 1 cm edges.

(1:33)Common Volume Units: Key units include cubic millimetres ($\text{mm}^3$), cubic centimetres ($\text{cm}^3$ or ml), litres (L), and cubic metres ($\text{m}^3$).

(2:30)Volume Unit Conversions: To convert between volume units, use the factor of 1000. For example, multiply by 1000 to convert from $\text{cm}^3$ to $\text{mm}^3$, and divide by 1000 to convert from ml to L.

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