# Lab_04_2011 - GG303 Lab 4 1 INTERSECTIONS OF PLANES Lab 4...

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GG303 Lab 4 9/14/11 1 Stephen Martel Lab4-1 University of Hawaii INTERSECTIONS OF PLANES Lab 4 Read each exercise completely before you start it so that you understand the problem-solving approach you are asked to execute. This will help keep the big picture clear. Exercise 1: Apparent dip (57 points total) Graphical and trigonometric solutions 1) For plane ABC (Plane 1) on the next page, graphically determine its strike and dip. Then find the apparent dip of plane ABC as seen in vertical cross section plane P2, which strikes 300° . Check the apparent dip you obtain graphically against the apparent dip you obtain trigonometrically using the expression in the course notes. Enter your results in the table. Show your trigonometric calculations in the box below the table. (12 points total) Table Strike of ABC (graphical) (3pts) True dip of ABC (graphical) (3 pts) Apparent dip of ABC (Graphical) (3 pts) Apparent dip of ABC (Trig.) (3 pts) Box for calculations . .

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