Day 6 - Surveying

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50 questions
• Q1
The zero of the graduated circle of a prismatic compass is located a
South end
East end
North end
Any of these
40s
• Q2
The latitude of an traverse line is obtained by the product of length and
Sine angle
Cosecant angle
Cosine angle
tangent angle
40s
• Q3
…..meridian of a place changes its position with time
Arbitary
Grid
None of these
Magnetic
40s
• Q4
Magnetic bearing of survey lines at any place
Are always greater than true bearing
Vary differently in different parts
Change systematically
Remain constant
40s
• Q5
The line in which plane passing through the given point and the north and south poles intersects the surface of the earth is called
True meridian
None of these
Arbitrary meridian
Magnetic meridian
40s
• Q6
The convenient direction assumed as a meridian for measuring bearing of survey lines is known as
True bearing
Whole circle bearing
Arbitrary
magnetic bearing
40s
• Q7
The horizontal angle between the north meridian and the line measured clockwise is known as
Reduced bearing
True bearing
None of these
Whole circel bearing
40s
• Q8
The circle of contact of earth and the cone of visual rays passing through the point of observation is called
Celestial horizon
Visible horizon
Sensible horizon
True horizon
40s
• Q9
Imaginary line passing through points having equal magnetic declination is termed as
Agonic line
Isogonic line
Isoclinic
None of these
40s
• Q10
Which among the following is the back bearing of N 30 E
N150 E
S 150 W
N30E
S 30 W
40s
• Q11
The needle of the magnetic compass is generallty supported on a
Bush bearing
Ball bearing
Jewel bearing
Needle bearing
40s
• Q12
The true meridian passes through
Geographical poles
Arbitrary poles
Line of collimation
Magnetic poles
40s
• Q13
In a traverse the angle measured clockwise from the preceding survey line to the following survey line is called
Horizontal angle
Deflection angle
Direct angle
Vertical angle
40s
• Q14
Compass survey is suitable where …is the meain consideration
Time
Terrain
Accuracy
Speed
40s
• Q15
The imaginary line joining the points of zero declination on the surface of the earth is
Isogonic line
Agonic line
Isoclinic line
magnetic declination
40s

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