Section 2 - Review Exercise
1. According to the manual, proportionate measurement gives what value to "all parts of the line"?
a. proportionate value
b. equal value
c. non-equal value
d. equal relative value
2. In the simple example below, P1 is to the Total Retracement Distance as
a. R1 is to the total record
b. P1 is to the total record
c. R1 is to the total retracement
d. P2 is to the total retracement
3. Single proportionate distance is used in a situation where:
a. only private ownership is on both sides.
b. a retracement is no longer possible.
c. a new measurement is made on the line.
d. one or more positions must be determined on the line.
4. Which of the following does not apply to single proportionate measurement?
a. corners common to 4 townships
b. standard corners on a base line
c. closing corners on a closing line
d. 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?
6. Compute the move from the temp in the diagram below.
a. West 0.15
b. East 0.05
c. West 0.25
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.
a. N. 0° 57' E. 39.634
b. N. 0° 45' W. 38.954
c. N. 0° 57' W. 39.626
d. N. 0° 46' W. 39.636