Surveying in Civil Engineering

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1.

Closed contours with higher value inwards represents

2. Survey performed to explore site conditions and availability of infrastructures is called
3. Survey performed to prepare a plan or map of a region which includes natural as well as and man-made features including elevation is known as
4.

Closed contours with higher value Outwards represents

5.

The first reading taken on a bench mark with levelling staff inverted is entered in the field book as

6. All survey work follows a simple four-step procedure: Select the correct order
7.

In a well-conditioned triangle, no angle should be less than

8.

If the staff is not held vertically at a levelling station, the reduced level calculated from the observation would be

9.

In a whole circle bearing system, S250 15' E corresponds to


 
10. The basic principle of surveying is to be able to work out the position of a point from some other point or points, positioning from the known features to the unknown ones.

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