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QuestionsChoicesTwo straight lines intersect at chainage (375 +12)using 20 m chain, the tangent length is 571.26 m.Chainage of P.C. is1. 7502.40 m2. (150., -350.91)3. (405.91, 385)4. (-285.,405.91)If the latitude and departures of a line AB are +108and +2 respectively, the corresponding area is equalto1. 21.6 sq.m2. 17.6 sq.m3. 432 sq unit4. 8.8 sq.mMagnetic bearing of a line is found as 35° 45'. If thedeclination is 3° 45' E, the true bearing is1. 35° 45'2. 3° 45'3. 39° 30'4. 32° 00'An alidade used with the plane table is used for1. levelling the plane table2. determining distance of objects3. centring the plane table4. sighting objectIn a right angled triangle (ABC), the angle B is 90°and fore bearing of the line (side) AC is 140°, thenthe angle C is equal to1. 40°2. 30°3. 120°4. 50°In a level section, if b is the constant formationwidth and h is the depth of cutting on the centre linewith 1 in n side slope, the area of the level section isgiven by1. A = (b+nh)2h2. A = (b+nh)h3. A = (b+nh)/h4. 2A = (b+nh)hThe length of a survey line was measured with a 30m - chain and was found to be 300.4 m. When thechain was compared with a standard, it was found tobe 0.2 m too short. Find the correct length of theline1. 295.9 m2. 298.4 m3. 302.4 m4. 303.4 mVertical angles were measured to vanes fixed at the1-m and 4-m marks of a staff held at a station Qfrom the instrument kept at a station P. The verticalangles were 3°30’ and 6°15’. The reading at a BMof RL 985.55 m from P was 2.345 m. Find the RLof Q . If V= 3.794 m with reference to 3°30’1. 990.689m2. 991.689m3. 987.689m4. 994.689mIn a tachometer observation the following data werecollected. The distance between instrument andstaff station was 64.5 m. The vertical circle readingbeing zero. The instrument constants were 100 and0.5. The “s” is equal to1. 6.4 m2. 0.645 m3. 0.64 m4. 64 mW C B of a line is 359° , then the R B is equal to1. 1°2. N1°E3. N1°W4. S1°WA circular curve has a 200 m radius and 65 degreesdeflection angle, then length of curve is1. 127.41 m2. 987.689m3. 991.689m
QuestionsChoices4. 994.689mThe whole circle bearing of a line is 220°, and thenthe quadrantal bearing is equal to1.S40E2.S40W3.N40W 4.N40EA 30m- metric chain used to find the length of aline and end of the job the chain was too short byone link but it was correct before thecommencement of the work, then the change oflength of chain is1. 29.80 m2. 29.90 m3. 30.20 m4. 30 mA scale of 1 cm = 3 km is represented as arepresentative fraction is1. 1:30002. 1:3000003. 1:34. 1:30000The prismatic compass gives the1. quadrantal bearing of lines2. angle with horizontal3. whole circle bearing of lines4. angle between the linesOne link of a chain for 30 m-chain is equal to1.0.2 m2.0.1m3.0.25 m4.0.5mIn a compass traverse A, B, and C, the fore bearingof AB is 70° and the fore bearing of BC is 50° thenthe angle of ABC is1. 150°2. 120°3.160°4. 130°In a triangle no angle is less than 30° or more than120°, is called1. Plane triangle2. ill – conditioned triangle3. Well-conditioned triangle4. Geodetic triangleThe whole circle bearing of side AB of anequilateral triangle ABC is 38° 45'. Then, thebearing of the third side CA of the triangle is1. 98° 45'2. 178° 45'3. 278° 45'4. 218° 45'

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Term
Winter
Professor
Tom Knight
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