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BRAE 237 Final
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When your inverted foresight is less than your inverted backsight you
Add 360 to your foresight
"A" to "B" has an azimuth of 181° 54' 00". What is the bearing from "B" to "A"?
N 1° 54' 00" E
What is the process of using distance to determine position called
Trilatteration
On a topographic map we generally want the contours
smooth and dashed
On a four sided traverse, the sum of my interior angles is 359° 59'20". To balance the angles, I would
add 10 seconds to each angle
"A" to "B" has an azimuth of 347° 12' 50". What is the azimuth from "B" to "A"?
167° 12' 50"
The azimuth from B to C is 314° 05' 50". You set on B turn a clockwise angle from A to C of 65° 43' 35". What is the direction from B to A?
248° 22' 15"
Based on the following angles on closing a circle, what would be the correction per angle for the adjusted angles
0° 00' 15"
The unit of measurement in this class and for most surveying in the United States is
US Survey foot
The Azimuth from "A" to "B" is 34° 25'50". What is the Bearing from "B" to "A"?
South 34° 25' 50" West
What is the smallest unit of measurement on the rod used in differential leveling?
0.01'
What does GNSS Stand for?
Global Navigation Satellite System
Between a point with an elevation of 326.4 and a point with an elevation of 331.8, a distance of 2.15 inches is measured on the map. The contour spot for 328 would fall
roughly .64 inches from the 326.4 point
Azimuths
Are always between 0 and 360
"A" to "B" has an azimuth of 219° 45' 25". What is the bearing from "A" to "B"?
S 39° 45' 25" W
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