GEOGRAPHY 325
PRACTICE #3
Booking Form
BenchMark A
Elevation = 509.113 m
STN
s
FAzim
IS 1
V.A.
HD
VD
ELEV
1.222 -607 8822
120.812
-12.947
496.166
Tp1
0.992 554 17223
98.152
10.143
519.256
Tp1
Elevation = 519.256
STN
s
HD
VD
ELEV
IS 2
1.001 -129 10123
100.
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PRACTICE #2 Answers
Solve for the Missing Survey Data
The supplied rough sketch diagram (NOT TO SCALE) has incomplete survey data presented
upon it. Given the information presented calculate the missing values. (Hint: Start at the
benchmark
GEOGRAPHY 325
Practice 10
Irregular Boundaries
You have been tasked with monitoring the beach near a municipal boundary. You have surveyed
five (5) stations which are 25 meters apart along the boundary line . You have measurements
from October 25th and No
GEOGRAPHY 325
Practice #9
Double Meridian Distance
You have gone out and surveyed a loop traverse. You are interested in calculating the area
enclosed by the traverse. This plot of land is to be taxed at a rate of $521 per sq meter. You
need to know right
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PRACTICE EXERCISE 8 a
Adjustments using the Compass Rule
Use the Compass Rule to correct Latitudes and Departures for this closed loop traverse.
Hint :This is closed so your uncorrected Latitudes and Departures should BOTH add to zero (0) if
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PRACTICE 8
Given the data below complete both a Height of Collimation and a Rise and Fall levelling
exercise.
You will need to show all checks and adjust using Proportion to Total Distance.
Data
The following data is for the closed-loop trav
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PRACTICE EXERCISE #7
Using the following diagram (Not to Scale) calculate the following:
a) Height of collimation
b) Reduced level at the hub (you have measured the height of the instrument measured
above the hub is 1.63m)
c) Supply rod read
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PRACTICE EXERCISE #6
Adjustments using the Transit Rule
Use the Transit Rule to correct Latitudes and Departures for this closed loop traverse.
Hint :This is closed so your uncorrected Latitudes and Departures should BOTH add to zero (0) if
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PRACTICE EXERCISE #5
Leveling
Given the data below - please complete a Height of Collimation Leveling booking form. You
will need to correct the reduced levels (elevation) using the proportion to total distance
adjustment. Please remember to
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PRACTICE #4
Traverse Exercise
The following traverse was carried out in a poor manner. Given the following information
complete the booking form provided. Your calculations should be to cm accuracy (two decimal
places) In this part of the ex
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PRACTICE #3
You have been given the following booking notes. A survey team was tasked with gathering
elevation data along a trail as well as measuring how far from the trail some rare and
protected species could be found. The trail is repres
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PRACTICE #2
Solve for the Missing Survey Data
The supplied rough sketch diagram (NOT TO SCALE) has incomplete survey data presented
upon it. Given the information presented calculate the missing values. (Hint: Start at the
benchmark and work
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Answers #7
a) Height of collimation : ANSWER: 91.42
b) Reduced level at the hub (the height of the instrument measured above the hub is
1.63m) ANSWER: 89.79
c)Rod readings necessary to calculate contours at 0.5m contour intervals from the hu
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Answers PRACTICE EXERCISE #6
Adjustments using the Transit Rule
Use the Transit Rule to correct Latitudes and Departures for this closed loop traverse.
Hint :This is closed so your uncorrected Latitudes and Departures should BOTH add to zero