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# Jett Carlo G.

BSCE 5-2
201111935

Elementary Surveying
1. A 25 steel tape weights 0.04kg/m and is supported at its points and at the
8m marks. If a pull of 6kg is applied, determine the correction due to sag
between 0m-8m and 8m-25m mark.
a. 0.0080 and 0.0081
b. 0.0009 and 0.0091

## c. 0.0007 and 0.0006

d. 0.0010 and 0.0018

e.
f. Solution:
w L3
cs
1=
2
g.
24 p

(0.04) ( 8)
24(6)

h. Cs1 = 0.0009
i.
3
w L
cs 1=
j.
24 p 2

(0.04) (17)
24(6)

k. Cs1 = 0.0091
l.
2. A 20 tape is supported only at its end and under steady pull of 8kg. If the
tape weighs 0.91kg, determine the sag correction.
a. 0.115
b. 0.0108
e.
f. Solution:
w L
cs 1=
g.
24 p 2 =

c. 0.0175
d. 0.0201

(0.91) (8)
24(8)

h. Cs1 = 0.0108
i.
3. Find the horizontal distance if k=99.25 and the reading of upper and
lower stadia hair is 2.015 and 1.805 respectively.

a. 21.16m
b. 20.84m
e.

Solution:

f.

D = kS

g.

D = 99.25(2.015-1.805)

h.

D= 20.84m

c. 23.15m
d. 19.76m

a. 21030 sec
b. 24300 sec
e.
f. Solution:
g. 120mils x

c. 16040 sec
d. 19000 sec

## 36 o dergee 3600 seconds

x
6400 mils
1 degree

h. = 24300 seconds
i.
e.
f. Solution:

i.
j.
k. Higher Surveying
l.
1. From two inaccessible points A and B, the angles to two triangulation
stations C and D were observed as follows. Line AB=500 m. long. Angle
CAB = 7930, Angle DAB = 2830, Angle DBC = 3130, Angle DBA =
8430. Find the distance BC.
m.
a. 466.81 m
c. 666.81 m
b. 566.81 m
d. 766.81 m

A.
B.
C. SOLUTION:
D.
BC
500
E. sin79 30 = sin 47 30
F.
G.

BC =666.81 m

H.
I.
2. What is the stress in a thin-walled spherical shell of diameter D and a wall
thickness t when subjected to internal pressure p?
J.
a. S = D/pt
c. S = pD/4t
b. S = 4D/pt
d. S = pD/t
A.
B. SOLUTION:
C.
D
D. L = 4 t Formula!
E.
F.
3. From two inaccessible points A and B, the angles to two triangulation
stations C and D were observed as follows. Line AB=500 m. long. Angle
CAB = 7930, Angle DAB = 2830, Angle DBC = 3130, Angle DBA =
8430. Find the distance BC.
G.
a. 598.24 m
c. 256.18 m
b. 479.43 m
d. 133.75 m
4.
5. SOLUTION:
6.
BD
500
7. sin28 30 = sin 67
8.
9.

BC =256.18 m

10.
11.
12.

## A line PQ is measured and recorded as a slope distance of 257.56 ft

with a slope of 4 . If the actual slope of the line is 3 , the error
introduced as a result of the incorrect slope is
a. 0.16 ft

b. 0.28 ft

c. 0.96 ft

d. 1.28 ft

e.
f. Solution:
g.
h.

Therefore,

HD = SD cos

## i. HDtrue = (257.56 ft) cos 3

j.

= (257.56 ft)(0.998630)
k.
=257.21 ft
l.
m. Hincorrect = (257.56 ft) cos 4
n.

= (257.56 ft)(0.997564)
o.
=256.93 ft
p. The error is determined from the difference in these values.
q.
r. HDerror = Htrue Hincorrect
s.
=257.21 ft256.93 ft
t.
=0.28 ft
u.
v.
13. A surveyor measures a distance as 39.56 ft using break chaining. The
tape is not accurately leveled and at the plum bob end, is 2 ft lower than
it should be, the correct horizontal distance is.
a. 39.46 ft
c. 39.61 ft
b. 39.51 ft
d. 39.66 ft
e.
f.
g.
Solution:
HD2

h.

=SD - e

i.
j.

( 39.56 )(2 )
2

k.
l.

=39.51ft
m.
n.
o.
p.
Route Surveying
q.
1. Find the degree of simple curve if the radius of the curve is 35 meters.
a. 19,16

b. 32.74

c. 30.15

d. 41.01

r.
s. Solution:
1145.916
D=
t.
R
u.

D=

1145.916
35

v. D= 32.74
w.

## 2. Determine the length of the curve if I= 40

and D = 25

a. 31m
b. 32m

c. 24m
d. 25m

e.
f. Solution:
g.
LC 20
=
h.
I
D
i.

LC =

20( 40 )
25

j. LC = 32m
k.
3. A simple curve having a degree of curve of
intersection of
l.

has an angle of

## 36 . Compute the tangent distance using arc basis.

a.

60.06 m

c.

64.06 m

b.

62.06 m

d.

66.06 m

m.
n. SOLUTION:
o.
1145.916
p. R= 6
q.

R=190.99

T
R

r.

tan 18 =

s.

T =190.99 tan 18

t.
4. A simple curve having a degree of curve of
intersection of

has an angle of

a. 119.13 m
b. 129.13 m

c. 139.13 m
d. 149.13 m

u.
v. SOLUTION:
w.
1145.916
x. R=
4
y.

R=286.48

z.

sin 12 =

L
2R

aa.

## L=2 ( 286.48 ) sin12

ab.

L=119.13 m

ac.
ae.
af.
5. A circular curve has a radius of 100 m, and a central angle of

20 .

## Beginning at the P.C., a tangent is drawn. Compute the tangent office to

the point of tangency.
ag.

E.

A.

6.03 m

C.

8.03 m

B.

7.03 m

D.

9.03 m

F. SOLUTION:
G.
H. T =R tan 10
I.

T =100 tan 10

J.

T =17.63

K.

L.

x
17.63
sin

20 =

x=6.03 m

M.
N.
O.
P.
Q.
R.
S.
T.
U.
V.
W.
X.
Y.
Z.
AA.
AB.
AC.
Highway
1. A thoroughfare, route, or way on land between two places, which typically
has been paved or otherwise, improved to allow travel by some
conveyance, including a horse, cart, or motor vehicle.
b. highway

c. expressway
d. street

AE.
2. Any public road or other public way on land.
b. highway

c. expressway
d. street

AF.

AG.

AH.
3. Is an expressway connecting Paranaque City, Las Pias City and the
province of Cavite.
a.
b.
c.
d.

## Manila-Cavite Expressway (Phase 1)

Manila-Cavite Expressway (Phase 2)
Metro Manila Skyway

e.
f.
4. The hard layered structure that forms a road carriageway, airfield runway,
vehicle park, or other paved areas.
b. highway

c. pavement
d. asphalt

1.
2.
3.
5. An elevated toll way over the Andrews Avenue.
a. SLEX
b. NAIA Expressway
c. Metro Manila Skyway