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Surveying Mock test – 3 || Civil Engineering tests




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1. The Random errors tend to accumulate proportionally to
2. Back bearing of a line is equal to
3. In tacheometrical observations, vertical staff holding is generally preferred to normal staffing, due to
4. The direction of steepest slope on a contour, is
5. The curve composed of two arcs of different radii having their centres on the opposite side of the curve, is known
6. The ratio of the angles subtended at the eye, by the virtual image and the object, is known as telescope's
7. Prismatic compass is considered more accurate than a surveyor's compass, because
8. In a constant level tube, size of the bubble remains constant because upper wall is
9. While rotating the theodolite in the horizontal plane, the bubble of the bubble tube takes up the same position in its tube, it indicates
10. Imaginary line passing through points having equal magnetic declination is termed as
11. The main plate of a transit is divided into 1080 equal divisions. 60 divisions of the vernier coincide exactly with 59 divisions of the main plate. The transit can read angles accurate upto
12. Removal of parallax, may be achieved by focussing
13. The 'point of curve' of a simple circular curve, is
14. The 'fix' of a plane table from three known points, is good, if
15. If the smallest division of a vernier is longer than the smallest division of its primary scale, the vernier is known as
16. The true meridian of a place is the line in which earth's surface is intersected by a plane through
17. A traverse deflection angle is
18. The least count of a vernier scale is
19. The longitudinal section of the surface of bubble tube is
20. Diurnal variation of magnetic declination is
21. Which one of the following procedures for getting accurate orientation is the most distinctive feature of the art of plane tabling
22. A clinometer is used for
23. In reciprocal levelling, the error which is not completely eliminated, is due to
24. Simpson's rule for calculating areas states that the area enclosed by a curvilinear figure divided into an even number of strips of equal width, is equal to
25. The construction of optical square is based, on the principle of optical







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