pts A position in the NAD83 family of datums typically differs by up to 1 to 2

Pts a position in the nad83 family of datums

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Question 2 1 / 1 pts A position in the NAD83 family of datums typically differs by up to 1 to 2 meters from that sameposition in the WGS84 family of datums, even since the very start of the WGS84 True
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False Question 3 1 / 1 pts Positional differences due to the datum shift between NAD83(HARN) and NAD83(CORS96) are typically in what range? Question 4 1 / 1 pts Positional differences due to the datum shift between NAD83(CORS2011) and ITRF08 are typically in what range? Question 5 1 / 1 pts Grid north is in the direction of a coordinate system Y axis
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Question 6 1 / 1 pts Both Lambert Conformal Conic and Azimuthal projections are used in the state plane system TrueFalse IncorrectQuestion 7 0 / 1 pts There are 120 UTM zones Question 8 1 / 1 pts The Lambert conformal conic projections used in the state plane coordinate system intersect the globe along two lines Question 9 1 / 1 pts You must create a statewide map of Oklahoma. Choose the projection you would select from to minimize average distortion over a single data layer covering the entire state.
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Question 10 1 / 1 pts You must create a statewide map of Illinois. Choose the projection you would select from to minimize average distortion over a single data layer covering the entire state.
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A standard Mercator, intersecting at the equatorAzimuthal, touching at a point near the center of the stateLambert Conformal ConicTransverse Mercator Quiz 4 Correct answers will be available on Oct 21 at 1am. Score for this attempt: 5.08 out of 10 Submitted Oct 20 at 11:08am This attempt took 34 minutes.
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PartialQuestion 1 0.75 / 1 pts Most maps, whether digital or harcopy, usually contain the following map elements (check all that apply): IncorrectQuestion 2 0 / 1 pts When digitizing new features in a map, the preferred method for resolving "common feature" inconsistency is to:
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