CIVL 102
Practice problem for Ch. 6 (Variation of coordinates method)
The following (x, y) coordinates (in m) of three points on a circle were measured:
(9.4, 5.6), (7.6, 7.2) and (3.8, 4.8)
The equat
CIVL 102
Least-squares leveling adjustment (100 marks)
Six level differences were observed as shown in the table below. The weight of each observation is
given as 1000 / d, where d = plan distance (in
CIVL 102
Assignment 4
Use the AUTOPLOT program to plot your assigned coordinate data (see below) at 1:500 scale on A4 paper. You
plot must have a title, and the scale must be specified on it. Use the
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DEPT. OF CIVIL & STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
CIVL 102 - SURVEYING
FINAL EXAMINATION
Answer ALL Questions
Note: some questions (in purple) are irrelevant to th
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Matrix Algebra - 1
Introduction to Matrix Algebra
Definitions:
A matrix is a collection of numbers ordered by rows and columns. It is customary
Formula sheet
(1) The most probable values of observed quantities are such that they minimize the total
weighted sum of square residuals, SSR = weight (residual)2
n
2
minimizes wi ri = (W1/2r)T(W1/2 r
(b)
Station
E (m)
N (m)
Back
station
S2
Given values
S2
S1
Adjusted
value
K
Solution to book Ch.3 Ex. 2 (30 points)
A
Ans. To (a): Use formula (3.2) in book, straightforward
(accept within 5mm)
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CIVL 102
Fall 2005
Homework #3
Assigned: Nov. 16, 2005
Due:
5pm, Nov. 23, 2005 (in CIVL 102 collection box outside room 2126)
Suppose the following (x, y) coordinates (in m) of four points on a circle