# Geometric Operations

You are the new lead developer at PyGeo Inc., a company specializing in building software tools for architects and builders. They need a module for their latest software that calculates the area and perimeter of various geometrical shapes, including circles, squares, rectangles, and triangles.

The new module should be named

`geometry_operations`

and should include functions to calculate the area and perimeter for each shape. To keep the code organized and scalable for future additions, each shape should be defined in a separate file.There's a catch: the architects and builders will input data through a separate module

`main.py`

, and the output will also be handled automatically by this module. You are only responsible for the calculations and returning the results:- The
`circle.py`

file should include functions to calculate the area and perimeter of a circle. The function to calculate the area should be named`calculate_circle_area`

and take the radius as an argument. The function to calculate the perimeter (also known as the circumference) should be named`calculate_circle_perimeter`

and take the radius as an argument.

- The
`square.py`

file should include functions to calculate the area and perimeter of a square. The function to calculate the area should be named`calculate_square_area`

and take the side length as an argument. The function to calculate the perimeter should be named`calculate_square_perimeter`

and take the side length as an argument.

- The
`rectangle.py`

file should include functions to calculate the area and perimeter of a rectangle. The function to calculate the area should be named`calculate_rectangle_area`

and take the length and width as arguments. The function to calculate the perimeter should be named`calculate_rectangle_perimeter`

and take the length and width as arguments.

- The
`triangle.py`

file should include functions to calculate the area and perimeter of a triangle. The function to calculate the area should be named`calculate_triangle_area`

and take the base and height as arguments. The function to calculate the perimeter should be named`calculate_triangle_perimeter`

and take the lengths of the three sides as arguments.

Import all the functions from all the files inside

`geometry_operations/__init__.py`

file to make it accessible from the `main.py`

without any additional imports.Note: You can assume that all inputs are valid, i.e., positive numbers.

Input | Output |

`print(calculate_circle_area(10)); print(calculate_square_perimeter(5))` | 314.16
20 |

`print(calculate_rectangle_area(4, 7)); print(calculate_triangle_perimeter(3, 4, 5))` | 28
12 |

#### Constraints

Time limit: 2 seconds

Memory limit: 512 MB

Output limit: 1 MB