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Unformatted text preview: Final Exam Page 1 CIVEN 3614 FINAL EXAM, Spring 2008 Name:___________________________________________________ For the following problems, show all work in a neat and orderly fashion to get partial credit. UNDERLINE or BOX all answers. If you need additional space, use the back of the sheet and indicate this. Problem 1 (15 points) Given the following interior angles for a closed traverse, compute the adjusted angles assuming that each angle will have the same correction. A = 84° 13' 30" B = 121° 45' 39" C = 158° 13' 05" D = 153° 46' 48" E = 151° 35' 00" F = 80° 24' 25" G = 150° 01' 05“ ∑ Interior Angles = 180(n2) Interior Angles = 180(72) = 900 ∑ = 899° 59’ 32” 900°  899° 59’ 32” = 0° 0’ 28” Add 4” to each angle A = 84° 13' 34" B = 121° 45' 43" C = 158° 13' 09" D = 153° 46' 52" E = 151° 35' 04" F = 80° 24' 29" G = 150° 01' 09“ Final Exam Page 2 Problem 2 (15 points) Reduce and perform an arithmetic check on you work for the following set of differential level notes. Calculate the elevations of all stations, benchmarks and turning points. (15 Points) HI=Elevation of BM + BS Elevation of TP = HI – FS POINT BS (+) HI FS () ELEVATION BM A 12.95 449.29 436.34 TP 1 6.23 446.38 9.14 440.15 BM B 9.21 449.24 6.35 440.03 1+00 4.93 444.31 2+00 3.42 445.82 3+00 6.78 442.46 4+00 1.23 448.01 BM C 4.65 444.59 Final Exam Page 3 Problem 3 (15 points) Given the diagram below, and the degree of curve (D...
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 Spring '08
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