I have a mung bean plant I'm growing in my home that's about 10 centimeters tall now. How much water should I be giving the plant each day in order for it to grow? I would like to know the amount in cubic centimeters if possible.
It's dangerous to use a set amount of water per day, when watering potted plants. This is because they may use different quantities as they get older, and also because it is very easy to overwater, which could be fatal. It's better to water until the mix is wet, and then leave it until the top ½" of soil becomes dry. Use your finger to test this. You can then water again. This ensures that you aren't overwatering. Make sure the water drains well from the bottom of the pot, and that you don't let the pot sit in a saucer containing sitting water.
Mung beans will do much better outside, if you can find a place for them, so long as it's warm out. They require lots of light, so you may need additional lighting indoors.