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## geometric-pack 0.7.1 • Public • Published

# Geometric pack

Geometric calculator created with TypeScript

The package supports accuracy up to 12 decimal places.

## General info

Geometric pack with lots of available calculations for 2D and 3D geometry

## Example

```import { Triangle } from "geometric-pack";

const firstTriangle = new Triangle(5, 3, 4);
const secondTriangle = new Triangle(10, 6, 8);

console.log(firstTriangle.isCongruent(secondTriangle)); // False
console.log(firstTriangle.isSimilar(secondTriangle)); // True```

You can also check more examples by running `.getDefinition()` method on other classes or by running example file

``````\$ node node_modules/geometric-pack/dist/utils/example
``````

## Launch

To use available calculations in this project you will have to create object of class you want to use and start available methods

```import { Triangle } from "geometric-pack";

const firstTriangle = new Triangle(5, 3, 4);

console.log(firstTriangle.getDefinition());

// returns:
// {
//   sideLengthA: 3,
//   sideLengthB: 4,
//   sideLengthC: 5,
//   circumference: 12,
//   area: 6,
//   rightAngle: true,
//   heights: { heightOfBaseA: 4, heightOfBaseB: 3, heightOfBaseC: 2.4 },
//   angles: { gamma: 90, beta: 53.13010235415598, alpha: 36.86989764584402 },
// }```

Available classes:

• Two-dimensional

• `Triangle`, You have to use three arguments and program will take them as a sides of triangle 'a', 'b', 'c', you can write them in any order you want because program will sort them a < b < c

• `Rectangle`, You have to use two arguments and program will take them as a sides of rectangle 'a', 'b', program will not sort them in any order

• `Square`, You have to use one argument and program will take it as a side of square 'a'

• `Circle`, You have to use one argument and program will take it as a radius of circle 'r'

• `Rhombus`, You have to use two arguments and program will take them as side 'a' and height 'h' in exact order

• `Parallelogram`, You have to use three arguments and program will take them as side 'a', side 'b' and height 'h' in exact order

• `Polygon`, It's a regular polygon so you have to use two arguments and program will take them as side 'a' and number of sides 'n' where 3 <= n <= 14 in exact order

• `Stadium`, You have to use two arguments and program will take them as side length 'a' and radius 'r' in exact order

• `Distance2D`, You have to use four arguments and program will take them as coordinates 'x1', 'y1', 'x2', 'y2' in exact order

• `Annulus`, You have to use two arguments and program will take them as outerRadius 'r1' and innerRadius 'r2' in exact order

• `QuadraticFunction`, You have two use three arguments and program will take them as 'a', 'b' and 'c' of function in exact order

• `LinearFunction`, You have to use two arguments and program will take them as 'a' and 'b' of function in exact order

• Three-dimensional

• `Cone`, You have to use two arguments and program will take them as radius 'r' and height 'h' in exact order

• `Cylinder`, You have to use two arguments and program will take them as radius 'r' and height 'h' in exact order

• `Sphere`, You have to use one argument and program will take it as radius 'r'

• `Cube`, You have to use one argument and program will take it as length side 'a'

• `ConicalFrustum`, You have to use three arguments and program will take them as radius1 'r1', radius2 'r2' and height 'h' in exact order

• `Capsule`, You have to use two arguments and program will take them as sideLength 'a' and radius 'r' in exact order

• `Hemisphere`, You have to use two one argument and program will take it as radius 'r'

• `Pyramid`, You have to use two arguments and program will take them as side length 'a' and height 'h' in exact order

• `Cuboid`, You have to use three arguments and program will take them as length 'l', width 'w' and height 'h' in exact order

• `Distance3D`, You have to use six arguments and program will take them as coordinates 'x1', 'y1', 'z1', 'x2', 'y2', 'z2' in exact order

• `Tube`, You have to use three arguments and program will take them as outerRadius 'r1', innerRadius 'r2' and height 'h' in exact order

## Setup

To run this project, install it locally using npm

``````\$ cd ../lorem
\$ npm init
\$ npm i geometric-pack
``````

## Technologies

Project is created with:

• TypeScript: 4.3.5

### Install

`npm i geometric-pack`

### Repository

github.com/MateuszCaputa/geometric-pack

### Homepage

github.com/MateuszCaputa/geometric-pack

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0.7.1