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Unformatted text preview: 1 170 200 ft 1 BP 2 215 350 2 1 EP 210 250 EP 2 3 280 200 3 EP BP 245.2 deg 623.8 Assignment: 1. Check your measurements for blunders by computing a closure for the traverse. Compute the LEC (Linear Error of Closure), and the REC (Relative Error of Closure ratio). If this is 1/5000 or better you don't have any major measurement blunders, then balance the traverse by the Compass Rule to force the traverse to close. 2. Compute the N/E of two "pavement points" -- one point 100ft before the BP on the existing incoming pavement and one point 100 ft after the EP on the outgoing pavement. 3. Make a chart in excel of the traverse cartesian coordinates and the pavement points. Submit: 1. A single Excel file containing (a) a text box where you "talk to me" and give a summary of your results and observations, (b) your calculations, and (c) an Excel chart of your cartesian coordinates....
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course SUR 4201 taught by Professor Gibson during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.
- Fall '09