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Restoration of Lost Corners by Proportionate Measurement
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  Section 1 - Review Exercise

1. What is another name to describe "angle points of non-riparian meander lines?"
Choice 1 a. Water boundary adjustment.
Choice 2 b. Meander line adjustment
Choice 3 c. Compass rule adjustment or non-riparian broken boundary adjustment
2. The adjustment method described in question 1 distributes what measurement proportionately along each course?
Choice 1 a. The error of closure
Choice 2 b. The closing error
Choice 3 c. The error in departure
3. What kind of corners are used to control a non-riparian meander line adjustment?
Choice 1 a. Meander corners
Choice 2 b. Closing corners
Choice 3 c. Senior corners
4. One assumption is that any errors in the original survey were accidental. The second assumption is that the effects of angular errors equal the effects of
Choice 1 a. Instrument error.
Choice 2 b. Blunders.
Choice 3 c. Chaining errors.
5. Using the nonriparian broken boundary adjustment, calculate the bearings and distances of the two courses in this lost nonriparian meander line. Record was run with a tie to the other known corner.

Course 1:
Choice 1 a. N 71° 35' W 18.607
Choice 2 b. N 72° 05' E 18.156
Choice 3 c. N 71° 08' W 17.118

Course 2:
Choice 4 a. N 09° 35' E 11.607
Choice 4 b. N 09° 50' E 11.046
Choice 4 c. N 08° 45' E 11.055

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