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Geometric pack

Geometric calculator created with TypeScript

The package supports accuracy up to 12 decimal places.

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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 },
//   outerCircleRadius: 2.5,
//   innerCircleRadius: 1
// }

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

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