A normal is a direction perpendicular to a geometry. Since normals doesn't have any magnitude they are returned as directions rather than vectors. Normals are not given for all geometries. In 2 dimensions they are defined for line-like geometries (directions, vectors, lines, rays, and segments), while in 3 dimensions they are given for plane-like geometries (circles, triangles, and planes).

## Arguments

- x, y
Geometry vectors. If

`y`

is given both`x`

and`y`

must be convertible to vectors and be in 3D- ...
Arguments passed on to methods

## Examples

```
# Get normals to a vector of directions
d <- direction(sample(10, 5), sample(10,5))
normal(d)
#> <2D directions [5]>
#> [1] <dx:-3, dy:9> <dx:-4, dy:1> <dx:-5, dy:6> <dx:-10, dy:2> <dx:-7, dy:7>
# Get the normal of a triangle
t <- triangle(point(4, 7, 1), point(9, 2, 1), point(1, 6, 8))
normal(t)
#> <3D directions [1]>
#> [1] <dx:-35, dy:-35, dz:-20>
# equivalent to the normal of the supporting plane
normal(t) == normal(as_plane(t))
#> [1] TRUE
# Get direction orthogonal to two vectors
normal(vec(5, 2, -7), vec(-1, 4, 9))
#> <3D directions [1]>
#> [1] <dx:46, dy:-38, dz:22>
```