# Square Cube Law Calculator

How to find the new area or volume of an object when its size changes? Answer is here, The **Square Cube Law Calculator.** It uses the square-cube law to calculate new dimensions. But what exactly is the square-cube law?

### What is the Square Cube Law?

The square-cube law explains how the volume and surface area of an object change with its size. When an object’s size changes, its surface area and volume do not change proportionally. This law is important in fields like biology, physics, and engineering.

### How to Use the Tool?

**Input Fields**

**Enter Initial Area**: To find the new area, input the initial area into the calculator.**Enter Initial Volume**: To determine the new volume, input the initial volume.**Enter Initial Length**: This is the original length of the object.**Enter Final Length**: This is the new length of the object.

**Example Values**

Let’s say you have an object with an initial area of 20 square units, an initial volume of 40 cubic units, an initial length of 5 units, and a final length of 10 units.

### Formula

The formulas used in the calculator are:

$A2=A1\times {\left(\frac{L2}{L1}\right)}^{2}$

$V2=V1\times {\left(\frac{L2}{L1}\right)}^{3}$

**Variables**

Variable | Description |
---|---|

$A1$ | Initial Area |

$V1$ | Initial Volume |

$L1$ | Initial Length |

$L2$ | Final Length |

$A2$ | Final Area |

$V2$ | Final Volume |

## Calculation Examples

### Example 1

**Initial Area (A1):**20**Initial Volume (V1):**40**Initial Length (L1):**5**Final Length (L2):**10

**Calculation:**

1. Calculate the new area:

$A2=20\times {\left(\frac{10}{5}\right)}^{2}=20\times 4=80$

2. Calculate the new volume:

$V2=40\times {\left(\frac{10}{5}\right)}^{3}=40\times 8=320$

**Result:** The new area is 80 square units, and the new volume is 320 cubic units.

### Example 2

**Initial Area (A1):**15**Initial Volume (V1):**30**Initial Length (L1):**3**Final Length (L2):**6

**Calculation:**

1. Calculate the new area:

$A2=15\times {\left(\frac{6}{3}\right)}^{2}=15\times 4=60$

2. Calculate the new volume:

$V2=30\times {\left(\frac{6}{3}\right)}^{3}=30\times 8=240$

**Result:** The new area is 60 square units, and the new volume is 240 cubic units.

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