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Restoration of Lost Corners by Proportionate Measurement
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  Section 2 - Review Exercise

1. According to the manual, proportionate measurement gives what value to "all parts of the line"?
Choice 1 a. proportionate value
Choice 2 b. equal value
Choice 2 c. non-equal value
Choice 2 d. equal relative value
2. In the simple example below, P1 is to the Total Retracement Distance as
Choice 1 a. R1 is to the total record
Choice 2 b. P1 is to the total record
Choice 3 c. R1 is to the total retracement
Choice 4 d. P2 is to the total retracement
3. Single proportionate distance is used in a situation where:

Choice 1 a. only private ownership is on both sides.
Choice 2 b. a retracement is no longer possible.
Choice 3 c. a new measurement is made on the line.
Choice 4 d. one or more positions must be determined on the line.
4. Which of the following does not apply to single proportionate measurement?
Choice 1a. corners common to 4 townships
Choice 2b. standard corners on a base line
Choice 3c. closing corners on a closing line
Choice 4d. meander corners on a line projected across a body of water
5. Using the data in the diagram for question No.6, what is the proportionate distance for the West half mile?
Choice 1 a. 40.25
Choice 2 b. 40.05
Choice 3 c. 39.85
Choice 4 d. 40.00
6. Compute the move from the temp in the diagram below.
Choice 1 a. West 0.15
Choice 2 b. East 0.05
Choice 3 c. West 0.25
Choice 3 d. East 0.10
7. In this problem, the record was run and a tie made to complete the series of courses. Compute the proportional bearing,distance for line C2.

Choice 1 a. N. 0° 57' E. 39.634
Choice 2 b. N. 0° 45' W. 38.954
Choice 3 c. N. 0° 57' W. 39.626
Choice 4 d. N. 0° 46' W. 39.636
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