LABORATORY EXERCISE # 01 TAPE STANDARIZATION AND ESTABLISHING PACE
Familiarization with equipment utilized in this laboratory exercise. Demonstrate the method to standardize a tape and practice it. Establish your pace on level ground.
Use the data table to answer the questions below.
a) What is the linear misclosure?
b) What is the ratio of error?
PROBLEM SOLVING INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMAT
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professional. Neatness, clarity and conciseness of presentation are
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LABORATORY EXERCISE 14
CLOSED TRAVERSE COMPUTATIONS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR TRAVERSE CALCULATIONS
Field Data Check:
1. Check field notes of Closed Traverse Lab.
2. Correct distances, balanced interior angles, and azimuths as required.
3. Confer with other par
Which assertion is most correct? a. Accuracy is an indicator of precision b. Precision relates to the true value of a measurement c. Precision is used as an indicator of accuracy d. There is a direct correlation between precision and accuracy e. In survey
1. You have taken your tape and standardized it on Standards. Your tape measures 99.98 feet between the standards, with 10 lb. pull at 62 F, meaning a measure of 100.00 feet on the tape is 100.02 feet (At 62 F). You take this tape and measure b
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GENERAL INFORMATION PROBLEM SOLVING INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMAT
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LABORATORY EXERCISE # 03 INTRODUCTION TO DIFFERENTIAL LEVELING
Identify the parts of an automatic level. Review the proper technique for taking differential leveling notes. Demonstrate how to read a Philadelphia rod. Learn how to properly use