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To calculate volume analysis in Perl, you can follow these steps:

- Create a Perl script with the data for the object you want to analyze. For example, if you want to calculate the volume of a cube, you can define the length of each side in the script.
- Use the appropriate formula to calculate the volume of the object. For a cube, the formula is length^3 (length cubed).
- Write the Perl code to calculate the volume using the formula. You can use the following sample code as a reference:

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# Define the length of each side of the cube my $length = 5; # Calculate the volume of the cube my $volume = $length ** 3; # Print the calculated volume print "The volume of the cube is: $volume "; |

- Run the Perl script to calculate the volume of the object.
- You can also modify the script to calculate the volume of other geometric shapes, such as a sphere, cylinder, or pyramid, by using the appropriate formulas for each shape.

By following these steps, you can easily calculate volume analysis in Perl for different geometric shapes.