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description: solucionario geometria plana de calvache.rar | download Links: http. Q: boost boost::geometry::model3d::box2d bounds contain all points of a triangle I was playing with boost::geometry::model3d::box2d, and wanted to create a geometry to contain a triangle. The code is simple, I create a box2d with a triangle inside of it: // A Triangle with vertices V0 (green), V1 (red) and V2 (blue) geometry::model::box2d b2Triangle = geometry::model::box2d( geometry::model::point(V0), geometry::model::point(V1), geometry::model::point(V2)); geometry::model::box2d b2Tr = boost::geometry::box2d(boost::geometry::model::bounds(b2Triangle)); The problem is that, after the construct, the bounding box seems to contain all the points of the triangle (red, green and blue). This doesn’t seems to be the desired behavior. Is there any way to change it? A: UPDATE So it seems the issue is that it has actually just one point at the top left of the box that represents the whole triangle. The following two geometry::model::box2d constructions will give the desired results: geometry::model::box2d b2Tr = boost::geometry::box2d(boost::geometry::model::triangle(V0, V1, V2)); geometry::model:: c6a93da74d