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Unformatted text preview: .. 30 22%;.0 @ CE 3509 NAME \Dafioo El/r‘s Each question = 10 points except #24. 1. Convert 27.435766“ to degrees-minutes-seconds Q70 2U 8.74” 2. Convert a Bearing of N 44" 43' 40" W to an Azimuth from North in the same units I l/ 5 I 9° )5 7. o 3. Convert 334“ 16' 45" to decimal degrees 334.1790 4. When focusing a transit, focus first on: ‘ a. Backsight . b. Foresight c. Girl's Dorm @ Crosshairs e. Distant Object 5. In a polygon of 7 sides the sum of the interior angles is how many degrees ? f7—?D*/%o‘:9ooo :900°0°’<>0” 6. Compute Azimuths from North of the following traverse performed with interior I angles: ~ AZIMUTH FROM NORTH ABC = 130“ 11' AB= . 35n 14' 3 5914‘ + ', 30°//’H%o" o BCD= 87°35' BC= 345° 25' 35,5025; (57034490 0 u l- CDE=132° 50' CD= 1530-00 25300:} +81% ’90 - n I .. I O I D .4. coli’l%ov DEF—135 22 DE— 105 90 12,05 So ‘13“ o I I 0 I- O EFA=115"52' EF= [91°11 IMO)“; T1591 H J l a I o /_ °; 0 ' FAB=118°10' FA= 97°4 97 Ar +119”) ’90. 35 ’4 (SHOW ALL ANSWERS IN DEGREES - MINUTES - SECONDS) (Check your work on the above question; arithmetic counts . . .) 7. The theodolites (transits) used in class are: ‘ _ . . Dis-F a. direction theodolites AAA Lani / repeating theodolites be? : be? T/gJe D is ;L 8. Adjust using the Bowditch Method: if)"; 11.11421 mum-a 1 DIST I LAT | DEP IADJ. 1.2m ADJ. new In | 6° 25' | 319.01 317.002 1 35 651 1319,?39I 35,7291 SUM = “790.9 I [54% P3437, I O I O I PRECISION = / i 3174‘ 1 Hahn: édu 1" 12.0919. m If“ +3 1 = 3174 .31 a CF 9. The last motion on the tangent scrztvfiofan}? type of instrument is: a. horizontal b. vertical @ clockwise d. counter-clockwise 10. The reason for your answer to the above question #9 is : To compr‘é55 I/Ae p/uxrjef- 11. Another common name for the Bowditch Method of adjustment is known as: Compa 55 I‘d/e aQJust/H/V} 12. Classical Triangulation arcs were predominately run in what directions: Q North-South B. East-West C. Another way D. I haven't the faintest idea... 13. Why were these arcs run in these directions? 6VF0'I’ Prom-6 «479$ 6Y+o 7X/A’jjef‘ ’73 Enos-ifl/Jrsd. 14. List the defining parameters of a Classical Horizontal Datum: There; are 4410054095 0? C/nja/‘cq/Aorr’ZOnvé/Jmloné b05066 grfji’u’: fife Ufiua/[j 47L ween/#0595 , 15. The Louisiana Coordinate System is based on what projection? Zamber‘} C on For/’14, COO/C 16. Compute the coordinates of Point "C" with the information given: Grid A2 = [Geod. Az.] - theta :7;7_o°1- 00°19'flr’:rf29029.}f1h : Grid Dist = [Geod. Dist.] x kappa? {I177mx_199?."fi4: 11755 /l\ C’ : Geodetic Azimuth to "c" = 120° oo- oo" 190°- IZO°29'//'i 59‘s,“ fl ’/ FL "'"- POIN'Il B: X = 1,285,456.16 meters 4/ ‘ #1 l B I 2”“ ---——.\\ Y = 470,571.75 meters - g (63“) LX\ kappa = 0.999914984 0 A/6:AL ; “ \\ b 3 {go ’(59.5f+f0> 1 9519) Afr—B; \\ theta = -00° 29'11" b 30 “by, - 5 . \\ 5 . A; ‘fioé'n ’ , \\ Distance "B" to "c" = 1,277.000 m. ,_ b\\ (measured with E.D.M.) lvk I ' 1 [00 A93? AxtA I c | %\o: 600 w x = 21%349QJH MOO/+644 : l}1%L/SSL.G m r ‘ ‘2 It“ 3,03%; Y = 47DL7(.7S’(047-%95 : 470707—3979? "7 E” 5‘” 07"“ Ch \’L N" Maj/,4" You MUST show your work ! 4V ELM; ’ ELM 17. The name of the new horizontal datum for the United States currently being published by the National Geodetic Survey is: M0414 Amer} cm bad—um 9F [9&3 18. In question #8, what's the adjusted azimuth of A7¥9 I I I ' ,1; A ‘ beF-\ _ 4‘3i———: o 75“” (ALLJ/ A” 316999 9 25' l9. Spell your Instructor‘s name ' M as hie F 20. What is the name of the program (software package) the US. Government offers for performing Datum shift transformations in the United States? . NAMON 21. The points that represent horizontal Datum origins have normally been established at: Aj‘lLr‘Onomllca‘, QASQN/NLoryj} )2." Why is the information on Datum relations sometimes considered a military secret? 7’0 Reef) #9. 6/12/13. FPO/R éui/al-"lg a VlafgfiLVE Sflsiem ‘For‘ Var flan/“713' 23. The optical feature on your Engineer’s Transit that allows you to look straight down in the process of centering your instrument directly over the reference point is called an: Opifcq/ P/u mMe'tL 24. Sketch the relations among the ellipsoid, the topography, and the geoid — show the different types of heights versus jevations as demonstrated and sketched in class: 20‘ /9 (This question is worth 20 points) ...
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