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GATE2014-1-55
Group I lists tool/instrument while Group II lists the method of surveying. Match the tool/instrument with the corresponding method of surveying. ... $P-2; Q-4; R-3; S-1$ $P-1; Q-2; R-4; S-3$ $P-3; Q-1; R-2; S-4$
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GATE2014-1-54
A levelling is carried out to establishing the Reduced Levels (RL) of point R with respect to the Bench Mark (BM) at P. The staff readings taken are given below: ... $RL$ of $P$ is $+100.000$ m, then $RL$ (in m) of $R$ is $103.355$ $103.155$ $101.455$ $100.355$
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GATE2014-1-25
The Reduced Levels (RLs) of the points P and Q are $+49.600$ m and $+51.870$ respectively. Distance PQ is $20$ m. The distance (in m from P) at which the $+51.000$ m contour cuts the line PQ is $15.00$ $12.33$ $3.52$ $2.27$
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GATE Civil 2013 | Question: 47
A theodolite is set up at station A and a $3$ m long staff is held vertically at station B. The depression angle reading at $2.5$ m marking on the staff is $6^{\circ}10'$. The horizontal distance between A and B is $2200$ m. Height of instrument ... m and R.L. of A is $880.88$ m. Apply the curvature and refraction correction, and determine the RL of B (in m) _______
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GATE Civil 2013 | Question: 46
Following bearings are observed while traversing with a compass ... fore bearing of line BC will be $48^{\circ} 15'$ $50^{\circ} 15'$ $49^{\circ} 45'$ $48^{\circ} 45'$
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GATE Civil 2012 | Question: 47
The horizontal distance between two stations P and Q is $100 \: m$. The vertical angles from P and Q to the top of a vertical tower at $T$ are $3^{\circ}$ and $5^{\circ}$ above horizontal, respectively. The vertical angles from P and Q to the ... earth's curvature and atmospheric refraction, the height (in m) of the tower is $6.972$ $12.387$ $12.540$ $128.745$
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GATE Civil 2012 | Question: 25
Which of the following errors can be eliminated by reciprocal measurements in differential leveling? Error due to earth’s curvature Error due to atmospheric refraction Both I and II I only II only Neither I nor II
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GATE2018 CE-2: 55
An aerial photographer of a terrain having an average elevation of $1400$ m is taken at a scale of $1:7500$. The focal length of the camera is $15$ cm. The altitude of the flight above mean sea level (in m, up to one decimal place) is ______
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GATE2018 CE-2: 36
A level instrument at a height of $1.320$ m has been placed at a station having a Reduced Level (RL) of $112.565$ m. The instrument reads $-2.835$ m on a levelling staff held at the bottom of a bridge deck. The RL (in m) of the bottom of the bridge deck is $116.720$ $116.080$ $114.080$ $111.050$
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GATE2018 CE-1: 35
The following details refer to a closed traverse: Line Consecutive coordinate Northing (m) Southing (m) Easting (m) Westing (m) PQ --- $437$ $173$ --- QR $101$ ---- $558$ ---- RS $419$ --- --- $96$ SP ---- $83$ ---- $634$ The length and direction (whole circle bearing) of ... are $1$ m and $90^{\circ}$ $2$ m and $90^{\circ}$ $1$ m and $270^{\circ}$ $2$ m and $270^{\circ}$
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GATE2018 CE-1: 36
A square area (on the surface of the earth) with side $100$ m and uniform height, appears as $1 \: cm^2$ on a vertical aerial photograph. The topographic map shows that a contour of $650$ m passes through the area. If focal length of the camera lens is $150$ mm, the height from which the aerial photograph was taken, is $800$ m $1500$ m $2150$ m $3150$ m
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