Surveying Mock test - 4 || Civil Engineering Mock tests - CIVIL ENGINEERING OBJECTIVE

Surveying Mock test – 4 || Civil Engineering Mock tests

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1. ABCD is a rectangular plot of land. If the bearing of the side AB is 75°, the bearing of DCis
2. The tangent to the liquid surface in a level tube, is parallel to the axis of the level tube at
3. Total latitude of a point is positive if it lies
4. The apparent error on reversal is
5. The minimum range for sliding the focusing lens in the internal focusing telescope for focusing at all distances beyond 4 m is
6. The orthographical projection of a traverse leg upon the reference meridian, is known as
7. If L is in kilometres, the curvature correction is
8. The slope correction may be ignored if
9. Grid lines are parallel to
10. The whole circle bearing of a line is 290°. Its reduced bearing is
11. Surveys which are carried out to depict mountains, rivers, water bodies, wooded areas and other cultural details, are known as
12. The method of finding out the difference in elevation between two points for eliminating the effect of curvature and refraction, is
13. Magnetic declination at any place
14. An angle of deflection right, may be directly obtained by setting the instrument to read
15. For orientation of a plane table with three points A, B and C, Bessel's drill is
16. In levelling operation,
17. Systematic errors are those errors
18. If a tacheometer is fitted with an anal-latic lens
19. The distance between steps for measuring down hill to obtain better accuracy
20. With usual notations, the expression  V^2/gR represents
21. The reduced bearing of a line is N 87° W. Its whole circle bearing is
22. Ramsden eye-piece consists of
23. Which one of the following mistakes/errors may be cumulative + or - :
24. The horizontal angle between true meridian and magnetic meridian, is known
25. Transition curves are introduced at either end of a circular curve, to obtain