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GATE Civil 2021 Set 2  Question: 34
For a given traverse, latitudes and departures are calculated and it is found that sum of latitudes is equal to $\text{+2.1 m}$ and the sum of departures is equal to $\text{2.8 m}$. The length and bearing of the closing error, respectively, are $\text{3.50 m}$ ... $53.13^{\circ}$ $\text{SE}$ $\text{3.50 m}$ and $53.13^{\circ}$ $\text{SE}$
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GATE2020CE138
An open traverse PQRST is surveyed using theodolite and the consecutive coordinates obtained are given in the table If the independent coordinates (Northing, Easting) of station $P$ are $(400\:m,200\:m)$, the independent coordinates (in $m$) of station $T$, are $194.7,370.1$ $205.3,429.9$ $394.7,170.1$ $405.3,229.9$
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GATE2020CE155
The lengths and bearings of a traverse $PQRS$ are: $\begin{array}{ccc}\hline \text{Segment}&\text{Length}\:(m) &\text{Bearing}\\\hline PQ&40&80^\circ{} \\\hline QR&50&10^\circ{} \\\hline RS&30&210^\circ{}\\\hline\end{array}$ The length of line segment SP (in $m$, round off to two decimal places), is __________
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