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ENGINEERING SURVEYING “’3; V
Examination 2 V
FaH2007 Name PROBLEM 1a. A horizontal circular curve for a road centerline has a point of
intersection at station 35 + 20.00, has a degree of curvature of 8 degrees (radius of
716.20 feet), and a total deflection angle of 60 degrees. Sketch the curve. What is the
deflection angle (when set up at the point of curvature) that must be turned to stake the first full engineering station (at 100 ft intervals) on the curve? (6 points) : “)1w.1+0ﬂ( T: K JfL/‘lzi‘ji
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Sketch the location of all 1 ft contours through the lot. Leave sufficient information on the drawing to indicate your method of solution. (5 points) V./’”@
.77 PROBLEM 3. The coordinates of the corners of a 4course traverse are shown in the
drawing below. The units for the coordinates are feet. Compute the area of the
traverse by use of the coordinate method. (5 points) )9 (x=110.00, y=85.00)
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observed that the apparent vertical distance between the upper hair and the lower hair
was 3.10 feet on a Philadelphia rod. The vertical angle was exactly +8 degrees. What
is the horizontal distance between the instrument and the rod? (5 points) I 1 DL hr (gr) L 1% (€21th ; 3,:093 (no) C05(8> C0363) 7' )30‘7/ p
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a. What are NAD 27 and NAD 83 why do we need to know the differences
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Approximately what bearing would someone from Columbus need to travel to their
vacation spot which is at a longitude of 84 degrees and a latitude of41 degrees?
Briefly explain your reasoning. ’ “The n1 93"” w c. When is it appropriate in surveying to use double centering? What purpose does it
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Course AB is N 0° 0’ E. Point A has coordinates of x=1000.00, y=1000.00. The
adjusted interior angles of the traverse and the measured lengths of each course are
shown below. Adjust the traverse with the compass rule and report the coordinates of
station C. Hint: there is no error in the departure. (10 points) B Q! v “90803 1 3190“
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by helicopter. What distance does the helicopter ne 0 ﬂy? (3 points) C. A sun/eyor is trying to place a stake on a direct line between points A and B by
wiggling—in. B is due east of A and are about 600 feet apart. He sets up his instrument at .
point C which is 200 feet from A and 400 feet from B. He then extends the line AC
towards B and drops a stake 1.20 feet north of B. To where should he move the
instrument next (from C) to be on the best alignment with A and B? (3 points) Ema M eeWLIﬂAfur Ve©;‘n\3 Exam ‘1 wwows
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