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Q1 ⇒ The systematic errors which persist and have regular effects in the performance of a survey operation, are due to.faulty instrument[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] carelessness inattention none of these. |

Q2 ⇒ The vertical angle between longitudinal axis of a freely suspended magnetic needle and a horizontal line at its pivot, is known.dip[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] declination azimuth bearing. |

Q3 ⇒ 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.one third the width of a strip, multiplied by the sum of two extreme offsets, twice the sum of remaining odd offsets and four times the sum of the even offsets[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] half the width of a strip, multiplied by the sum of two extreme offsets, twice the sum of remaining odd offsets, and thrice the sum of the even offsets one third the width of a strip, multiplied by the sum of two extreme offsets, four times the sum of the remaining odd offsets, and twice the sum of the even offsets one sixth the width of a strip, multiplied by the sum of the two extreme offsets, twice the sum of remaining odd offsets and four times the sum of the even offsets |

Q4 ⇒ During chaining along a straight line, the . leader of the party has 4 arrows in his hand while the follower has 6. Distance of the follower from the starting point is6 chains[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] 4 chains 120 m 180m |

Q5 ⇒ In an internal focusing telescope.all the above.[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] the objective is at a fixed distance from the diaphragm the focusing is done by the sliding of a divergent lens. the focusing divergent lens is situated at about the middle of the tube |

Q6 ⇒ A metallic tape is made ofcloth and wires[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] steel invar linen |

Q7 ⇒ the difference between the included angle and 180°.vision gets obstructed[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] chaining gets obstructed both vision and chaining get obstructed all the above. |

Q8 ⇒ For a well-conditioned triangle, no angle should be less than30°[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] 20° 45° 60° |

Q9 ⇒ If the smallest division of a vernier is longer than the smallest division of its primary scale, the vernier is known as.retrograde vernier[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] direct vernier double vernier simple vernier. |

Q10 ⇒ The angle of intersection of the two plane mirrors of an optical square is45°[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] 30° 60° 90° |

Q11 ⇒ Hydrographic survey deal with the mapping
ofLarge water bodies[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] Rainfall data Wave movement None of the above |

Q12 ⇒ Pick up the correct statement from the following :all the above.[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] If the slope of the curve of a mass diagram in the direction of increasing abscissa is downward, it indicates an embankment The vertical distance between a maximum ordinate and the next forward maximum ordinate represents the whole volume of the embankment The vertical distance between a minimum ordinate and the next forward maximum ordinate represents the whole volume of a cutting |

Q13 ⇒ The allowable length of an offset depends upon theall of the above[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] degree of accuracy required method of setting out the perpendiculars and nature of ground scale of plotting |

Q14 ⇒ A discrepancy is the difference betweenTwo measured values of the same
quantity[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] True value and error Measured value and actual value None of the above |

Q15 ⇒ Surveys which are carried out to depict mountains, rivers, water bodies, wooded areas and other cultural details, are known as.topographical surveys[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] cadastral surveys city surveys guide map surveys |

Q16 ⇒ Which of the following angles can be set out with the help of French cross staff?either 45° or 90°[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] 45° only 90° only any angle |

Q17 ⇒ An error under the same conditions always of
the same size and sign is called asAny of (B) and (C) above[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] Uniform error Systematic error Cumulative error |

Q18 ⇒ Systematic errors are those errors.whose effects are cumulative and can be eliminated[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] which cannot be recognised whose character is understood none of these. |

Q19 ⇒ Which of the following methods of offsets involves less measurement on the ground?method of perpendicular offsets[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] method of oblique offsets method of ties all involve equal measurement on the ground |

Q20 ⇒ The tie line is run through the survey toTake details of nearby objects[other wrong options] [Discuss in forum] Take off sets for detailed surveying Check accuracy of work None of the above |

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