TA - Udai Hassein, email@example.com
TA - Mohamed Arar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
TA - Wei Huang <email@example.com>
Department of Civil Engineering
Lab 2: Orthographic and Isometric Views - Arcs and Circles
Method of Submission: O
Traversing is that type of survey in which a number of connected survey lines form the
framework and the directions and lengths of the survey lines are measured with the
help of an angle measuring instrument and a tape or chain respectively.
1) The observations and angles were different than the other group members results. The
line of sight was different in each trial and the cross-hair was not exactly horizontal,
which results in instrumental error. Also, the ground where the experiment too
Differential levelling is the term applied to any method of measuring directly with a graduated
staff the difference in elevation between two or more points. It is one of the main procedures for
determining elevation of points or difference
1. What does the scale of a map mean and how can we expect the level of detail and
accuracy to be affected by a larger scale (i.e. 1:10 000) vs smaller scale (1:250 000)?
Map scale refers to the relationship (or ratio) between distance on a map and the
HU2000: Week 5 Assignment Worksheet
In this assignment, you will form, develop, and share your position on an ethical issue. For this assignment, you will
use the UMA Virtual Library, as well as the Internet or a community library to answer the ques
Dr Mcs Philosophy 105 (1167) Part Notes, Week 3#1
Disagreement and Matters of _
Person A: I really _ that movie.
Person B: I really _ that movie.
Person A: I am _.
Person B: I am _.
If the statements are merely about _,
Calculate the density and the pressure conditions at the altitude of
the Mount Everest. Also determine the temperature at the peak of
the mountain at a very dry day!
Calculate the lapse rate for a CO2 gas bubbl
1. Assume a atmosphere consisting of three layers of different thickness d
and different average density : the mesosphere d =40 km, = 0.1 g/m3,
the stratosphere d =30 km, = 10 g/m3, and the troposphere d = 20 km,
= 500 g/m3. Calc