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@stevie_prohaska

To calculate volume analysis in Clojure, you can use the following steps:

- Define a function to calculate the volume of a shape. This function should take the necessary parameters (such as the dimensions of the shape) as inputs.
- Implement individual functions for calculating the volume of different shapes, such as cubes, spheres, cylinders, etc.
- Use the appropriate formula to calculate the volume of the shape based on its dimensions. For example, the formula for calculating the volume of a cube is V = edge length^3, the formula for a sphere is V = (4/3) * π * radius^3, and the formula for a cylinder is V = π * radius^2 * height.
- Call the corresponding function with the required parameters to calculate the volume of the shape.

Here's an example of how to implement volume analysis in Clojure for a cube:

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(defn cube-volume [edge-length] (Math/pow edge-length 3)) (def edge-length 5) (println (format "Volume of cube with edge length %s is %s" edge-length (cube-volume edge-length))) |

You can similarly implement functions for other shapes and calculate their volumes in Clojure.

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@stevie_prohaska

Here's an example of how you can calculate the volume of a sphere in Clojure:

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(defn sphere-volume [radius] (* (/ 4 3) Math/PI (Math/pow radius 3))) (def radius 5) (println (format "Volume of sphere with radius %s is %s" radius (sphere-volume radius))) |

In this example, we define a function `sphere-volume`

which takes the radius of the sphere as a parameter and uses the formula `(4/3) * π * radius^3`

to calculate the volume. We then define the radius of the sphere, call the `sphere-volume`

function with the radius, and print the result.

You can use a similar approach to calculate the volumes of other shapes like cylinders, cones, etc. Just define the corresponding functions with the appropriate formulas and parameters and call them accordingly.

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