1. Angles to the right are clockwise angles with backsights at the “rearward” station and the foresights on the “forward” station.

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1.Polygons are commonly used for
boundary surveys and many other types of work. Surveyors normally refer to them
as ________________ .

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1.Which one of the following is
not type of a horizontal angle?

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1.The angular misclosure in a closed-polygon traverse is the
difference between the sum of the observed angles and the geometrically correct
total for the polygon.

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1. Angles to the right are clockwise angles with backsights at the “rearward” station and the foresights on the “forward” station.

Polygon Traverse

1.Polygons are commonly used for
boundary surveys and many other types of work. Surveyors normally refer to them
as ________________ .

zenith Angle

1.Which one of the following is
not type of a horizontal angle?

True

1.The angular misclosure in a closed-polygon traverse is the
difference between the sum of the observed angles and the geometrically correct
total for the polygon.

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True

1. Angles to the right are clockwise angles with backsights at the “rearward” station and the foresights on the “forward” station.

Polygon Traverse

1.Polygons are commonly used for
boundary surveys and many other types of work. Surveyors normally refer to them
as ________________ .

zenith Angle

1.Which one of the following is
not type of a horizontal angle?

True

1.The angular misclosure in a closed-polygon traverse is the
difference between the sum of the observed angles and the geometrically correct
total for the polygon.

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