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This set of Surveying Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Surveying Set 13

Q1 | It is more convenient and gives better results while measuring horizontal distance
Q2 | The true or geographical meridiams through the various stations
Q3 | The angle of intersection of the horizon glass and index glass in an optical square is
Q4 | The power of a telescope to form distinguishable images of objects separated by small angular distance is called its
Q5 | The method of plane tabling commonly used for establishing the instrument stations only, is a
Q6 | In an optical square, the angle between the first incident ray and the last reflected ray is
Q7 | The process of turning the telescope of a theodolite over its supporting axis through 180? in a vertical plane, is called
Q8 | Which of the following statement is correct?
Q9 | The method of reiteration of measuring horizontal angles is generally preferred when several angles are to be measured at a particular station.
Q10 | The projection of a traverse line on a line perpendicular to the meridian is known as
Q11 | When the cross-hairs are not clearly visible,
Q12 | The angle between the back tangent and forward tangent of a curve is known as
Q13 | The lines passing through points at which the magnetic declination is equal at a given time are called
Q14 | A plumb bob is required
Q15 | The ratio of the focal length of the objective to that of an eye-piece of a telescope is called its
Q16 | The levelling should always commence from a temporary bench mak and end on a permanent bench mark.
Q17 | The obstacle, which obstructs vision but not chanining, is a
Q18 | When the magnetic declination is 5? 20' east, the magnetic bearing of the sun at noon will be
Q19 | In plane surveying,
Q20 | Chain surveying is most suitable when
Q21 | The lines of earth's magnetic field run from
Q22 | The representative fraction 1 / 2500 means that the scale is
Q23 | If the fore bearing of a line is 36? 15', its back bearing will be
Q24 | In a field book, the booking is commenced at the bottom of a page and worked upwards.
Q25 | A deflection angle in a traverse is equal to the