and triangulating from an outside perspective origin is earths center of mass

And triangulating from an outside perspective origin

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and triangulating from an outside perspective, origin is earth’s center of massDatum TransformationCoordinate Systems Geodetic .coscos).hN(X.sincos).hN(Ysin).h)2e1(N(ZWhere, )2sin2e1(aN
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7/20/20194WGS 84 DatumPrime Meridian Greenwich Meridian (0º 00ʹ 00ʺ) Spheroid :- WGS 84Semi major axis (a) 6378137 mSemi minor axis (b) 6356752.3142 mInverse flattening (1/f) 298.2572229328Kandawala DatumPrime Meridian Greenwich Meridian (0º 00ʹ 00ʺ) Spheroid :- Everest 1937Semi major axis (a) 6377276.344999997Semi minor axis (b) 6356075.4134024Inverse flattening (1/f) 300.8016999999Datum Transformation Handheld GPSDx -97.0 mDy +787.0 mDz +86.0 mDA +860.7 mDf +0.00002836What is Map Projection?Apply a Model.Sphere, Ellipsoid or GeoidScale the model.(Usually Reduction)Apply TransformationMap Projection?Properties of Map ProjectionThe lost dimension appears as distortions in map projection. Hence no perfect map projection can be defined. There fore a suitable projection to be selected by considering the purpose of the map. Properties of map projections:Equal area -Preserves the AreaConformal -Preserves the ShapeEqual distance -Preserves the scale
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7/20/20195Types of Map ProjectionClassification of Map Projection based uponProjection PlaneLocation of the Projection centerThree (3) different types of projection planes used asPlaneConeCylinder
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