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GATE2016-2-24
The reduced bearing of a $10 \: m$ long line is $N 30^{\circ}E$. The departure of the line is $10.00 \: m$ $8.66 \: m$ $7.52 \: m$ $5.00 \: m$
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GATE2016-1-25
The staff reading taken on a workshop floor using a level is $0.645$ m. The inverted staff reading taken to the bottom of a beam is $2.960$ m. The reduced level of the floor is $40.500$ m. The reduced level (expressed in m) of the bottom of the beam is $44.105$ $43.460$ $42.815$ $41.145$
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GATE2016-1-55
The vertical angles subtended by the top of a tower T at two instrument stations set up at P and Q, are shown in the figure. The two stations are in line with the tower and spaced at a distance of $60$ m. Readings taken from these two stations on a leveling staff ... ($BM=450.000$ m) are also shown in the figure. The reduced level of the top of the tower T (expressed in m) is _____
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GATE2015-1-54
In a survey work, three independent angles $X, Y$ and $Z$ were observed with weights $W_X, W_Y, W_Z$,respectively. The weight of the sum of angles $X, Y$ and $Z$ is given by: $1/ \big( \dfrac{1}{W_X} + \dfrac{1}{W_Y} + \dfrac{1}{W_Z} \big) \\$ $\big( \dfrac{1}{W_X} + \dfrac{1}{W_Y} + \dfrac{1}{W_Z} \big) \\$ $W_X +W_Y+W_Z \\$ $W_X^2 +W_Y^2+W_Z^2$
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GATE2015-1-55
In a region with magnetic declination of $2^{\circ}E$, the magnetic Fore bearing (FB) of a line $AB$ was measured as $N79^{\circ}50'E$. There was local attraction at $A$. To determine the correct magnetic bearing of the line, a point $O$ was selected at which there was no local ... true $FB$ of line $AB?$ $N81^{\circ}50'E$ $N82^{\circ}10'E$ $N84^{\circ}10'E$ $N77^{\circ}50'E$
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GATE2014-2-54
A tacheometer was placed at point $P$ to estimate the horizontal distances $PQ$ and $PR$. The corresponding stadia intercepts with the telescope kept horizontal, are $0.320$ m and $0.210$ m, respectively. The $\angle QPR $ ... $=100$ and stadia addition constant $=0.10$ m, the horizontal distance (in m) between the points $Q$ and $R$ is __________
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