# How To Calculate Volume analysis using Haskell?

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by daisha , in category: Third Party Scripts , 5 months ago

How To Calculate Volume analysis using Haskell?

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by jerad , 5 months ago

﻿@daisha ﻿

1. Define a data type to represent the shape for which you want to calculate the volume. For example, you can define data types for cubes, cylinders, spheres, etc.
 ```1 ``` ```data Shape = Cube Float | Cylinder Float Float | Sphere Float ```

1. Write functions to calculate the volume for each shape. For example, you can write functions that calculate the volume of a cube, cylinder, and sphere respectively.
 ```1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ``` ```cubeVolume :: Float -> Float cubeVolume s = s * s * s cylinderVolume :: Float -> Float -> Float cylinderVolume r h = pi * r * r * h sphereVolume :: Float -> Float sphereVolume r = 4/3 * pi * r * r * r ```

1. Write a function that takes a shape as an input and calculates the volume based on the shape type.
 ```1 2 3 4 ``` ```calculateVolume :: Shape -> Float calculateVolume (Cube s) = cubeVolume s calculateVolume (Cylinder r h) = cylinderVolume r h calculateVolume (Sphere r) = sphereVolume r ```

1. Test your functions by creating instances of different shapes and passing them to the calculateVolume function.
 ```1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ``` ```main = do let cube = Cube 5 let cylinder = Cylinder 3 4 let sphere = Sphere 2 putStrLn \$ "Volume of cube: " ++ show (calculateVolume cube) putStrLn \$ "Volume of cylinder: " ++ show (calculateVolume cylinder) putStrLn \$ "Volume of sphere: " ++ show (calculateVolume sphere) ```

When you run this Haskell program, it will calculate the volume of a cube, cylinder, and sphere based on the dimensions provided and print the results to the console.