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CTEC 2301 Sect. 001
Exam III
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Assignment 4 Solutions
1. What are the rod readings at the horizontal lines in Figure 30?
3. Complete the benchmark-leveling field notes shown in Figure 32 by computing and
recording the HI and elevation for each TP and benchmark. Do the arithmetic check.

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Assignment 1 Solutions
5. What is a plumb line?
A plumb line is a weight attached to the end of a string. In the field, a plumb line or
plumb bob is used to easily establish the direction of gravity.
7. What is meant by the term elevation?
Elevation is wh

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CONE 2302 Sect. 002
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Chapter 6
Problem 1: (20 pts.) Referring to the radial traverse below and given the following:
Ray 1-5 _ Latitude = -282.92_Departure = -351.47
Coordinates of Point 1 = 1000, 1000

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Chapter 4 Problems with Intermediate Foresights
BB 4.1
Leveling
Fill in the missing information on the following Differential Leveling Notes and
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Assignment 4-B Solutions
15. A level circuit is run a total distance of 7.5 mi from BM 20 to set three other
benchmarks in the vicinity of a construction project (see Figure 36). The given elevation of
BM 20 is 1418.013 ft. When closing the level loop, it

Assignment 2 Solutions
3. Solve the following quadratic equations:
a. 4x2 = 100
b. x2 + 3x - 10 = 0
c. 3x2 + 5x + 2 = 0
d. 8x2 = 5x + 2
e. 5y2 + 7y = 2
5. Solve the following sets of simultaneous equations:
a. x - 3y = 6
2x + 3y = 3
b. 3x - 2y = 4
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Introduction
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Course Information
CONE 2302 - Surveying Lab
Spring Semester 2014
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BlackBoard Homework Chapter 6
BB Problem 6.1
Compute the Latitudes and Departures and calculated the accuracey/precision.
BB Problem 6.2
Balance the Latitudes and Departures using the Compass Rule.
BB 6.3
Compute the missing sides , giving the bearings an