# Surveying

## Quiz by Mae Elaine Mirando

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46 questions
• Q1

consists of counting the number of steps or paces in a required distance.

Distance by Photogrammetry

Distance by Tachymetry

Distance by Graphical and Mathematical Method

Distance by Pacing

Distance by Mechanical Devices

30s
• Q2

used to determine subtended intervals and angles on a graduatedrod or scale from which distances are computed by trigonometry

transit or a theodolite

Subtense bar method

30s
• Q3

This tape is made by weaving fiber glass in a longitudinal andtransverse pattern. They are strong and flexible and will not shrink or stretch

Steel Tape

Fiberglass tape

Metallic Tape

30s
• Q4

This method provides a rapid means of determining horizontal distances. Itwas introduced in 1771 by James Watt of Scotland and was at that time referred to as amicrometer for measuring distances

transit or a theodolite

Subtense bar method

30s
• Q5

a known or required or specified distance given the starting pointmarking.

Laying out

Distance by Mechanical Devices

Distance by Graphical and Mathematical Method

Measuring

Distance by Tachymetry

30s
• Q6

Unknown distances may he determined through their relationship with known distance geometrically. These methods are widely employed in plane table surveys, and triangulation work

Distance by Photogrammetry

Distance by Pacing

Distance by Mechanical Devices

Distance by Graphical and Mathematical Method

Distance by Tachymetry

30s
• Q7

The use of a graduated tape is probably the most common method of measuring or layingout horizontal distances

Distance by Taping

Distance by Tachymetry

Distance by Pacing

Distance by Photogrammetry

Distance by Graphical and Mathematical Method

30s
• Q8

This device, which is usually hand-held or mounted on a small tripod, can be used to determine distances approximately simply by focusing.

OPTICAL RANGE FINDER

MEASURING WHEEL

ODOMETER

30s
• Q9

is a simple device that can attached to a wheel for purposes ofroughly measuring surface distances. The wheel is rolled over the distance to be measured and the number of revolutions of the wheel is directly registered by the device.

ODOMETER

MEASURING WHEEL

OPTICAL RANGE FINDER

30s
• Q10

very similar in operation to an odometer exceptthat it is a more portable and self-contained measuring device.

OPTICAL RANGE FINDER

MEASURING WHEEL

ODOMETER

30s
• Q11

also known as surveyor’s tape, is made of a ribbon of steel 0.5 to 1.0 cm inwidth, and weighs 0.8 to 1.5 kg per 30 meters.

Steel Tape

Fiberglass tape

Metallic Tape

30s
• Q12

The types of photographs used are those taken from aircraft with the axis of camera pointed vertically towards the terrain photographed.

Distance by Pacing

Distance by Tachymetry

Distance by Mechanical Devices

Distance by Graphical and Mathematical Method

Distance by Photogrammetry

30s
• Q13

an unknown distance between fixed points, such as betweentwo stakes in the ground.

Distance by Graphical and Mathematical Method

Laying out

Distance by Tachymetry

Distance by Mechanical Devices

Measuring

30s
• Q14

a known or required or specified distance given the starting pointmarking.

Distance by Tachymetry

Distance by Graphical and Mathematical Method

Distance by Mechanical Devices

Laying out

Measuring

30s
• Q15

It is based on the optical geometry of the instruments employed and is an indirect method of measurement

Measuring

Distance by Graphical and Mathematical Method

Distance by Tachymetry

Distance by Mechanical Devices

Distance by Pacing

30s

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