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# PLANE SURVEYING Midterm Exam (Q2)

SCORE
Name: __________________________________Section: ________ Date: _______
I.

DIFFERENTIAL LEVELING
1. Supply the missing data. (10 pts.)
STA

BS

BM1

1.33

TP1

0.9

TP2

1.2

TP3

BM2

1.45

HI
216.7
8
215.9
8
215.0
8
215.2
8
215.4
3

FS

1.7
2.1
1.8
1.3

ELEV
(m)
215.4
5
215.0
8
213.8
8
213.2
8
213.9
8

## 2. Supply the missing data. (20 pts.)

STA

BS

2.1

HI
308.4
5
308.5
7
308.9
2

BM1

1.45

TP1

1.02

TP2
TP3

1.75

1.85

310.1

0.67

BM2
II.

FS

0.9

1.34

ELEV
(m)
307
307.5
5
306.8
2
308.2
5
308.7
6

PROFILE LEVELING
1. For two points each, supply the missing data. (30 pts.)
STA

BS

BM1

1.33

HI
176.3
3

2.3

2
TP1

FS

3.1
0.93

175.5
6

1.7

1.5

4
5

0.9
0.75

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ELEV
(m)
175
174.0
3
173.2
3
174.6
3
174.0
6
174.6
6
174.8
1

## PLANE SURVEYING Midterm Exam (Q2)

III.

1.23

1.4

TP2
9
10
11

1.24

174.7

TP3

2.17

175.0
7

2.1
3.3
2.2
1.1
1.8

12

0.6

BM2

1.3

1
174.3
3
174.1
6
172.5
6
173.4
6
171.4
172.5
173.6
172.9
174.4
7
173.7
7

RECIPROCAL LEVELING
A reciprocal leveling is observed across a wide river and the reciprocal level
readings were taken between points A and B as follows. With instrument set up
near A, the rod readings on A are 2.283 and 2.285 m. The reciprocal level reading
on the opposite side of the river at point B are 3.618, 3.619, 3.621 and 3.622.
With the instrument set up near B, the rod readings on B are 4.478 and 4.476 m.
On the opposite side of the river at point A, the rod readings are 3.143, 3.140,
3.146 and 3.144m.
1. Compute the difference in elevation between A and B with the instrument set
up near A. (5 pts)
2. What is the true difference in elevation between A and B? (5 pts)
3. If the elevation at A is 300 m. what is the elevation of B? (10 pts)

IV.

TRIGONOMETRIC LEVELING
With a vertical angle of negative twenty five degrees and forty minutes measure
to a rooftop of a nipa hut from an instrument two hundred meters away from it.
The telescope of the instrument is two-and-a-quarter meters above the ground
and is three hundred and seventy five meters above mean sea level. If the nipa
hut is fifteen meters high,
1. Draw a figure/sketch that indicates the information provided above. (10 pts.)
2. Determine the difference in elevation between the instrument set up and the
nipa hut. (5 pts)
3. Determine the elevation at the base of the nipa hut. (5 pts)

ASURVEYPLANE SURVEYING
PREPARED BY ENGR. K. MENDOZA