Schaum's Outline of Introductory Surveying
McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 22, 1985 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 360 pages
With 375 problems fully solved step by step, and clear, well-illustrated coverage of the practices and applications of surveying, this powerful study guide can help you master your course with less study time. Perfect for independent study, it gives you full coverage of the entire subject, from trigonometry for surveyors through drawing maps. With Schaum's, you know you're getting a quality product, and this study guide for beginning courses in surveying is the best there is.
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Chapter TRIGONOMETRY FOR SURVEYORS
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adjustment alidade angle BAC azimuth Back tangent grade bench mark Calculated offset centerline Compute contour lines control points Convert coordinates curve elevations cut or fill decimal degrees deflection angle determined Draw a sketch Elevation at TP end areas engineer's scale EXAMPLE field book field notes figure final angle Find the area finish floor elevation formula Forward tangent grade Given graph paper grid horizontal distance instrument latitudes and departures Length of curve line of sight located low point magnetic bearing magnetic declination minutes plotted point elevation Prob problem property line PVI elevation PVI station pythagorean theorem radians radius rod reading scale seconds set stake setback shown in Fig side squares station and elevation stripper Subtract survey Table tangent elevations tangent grade g2 tape telescope theodolite topographic transit traverse triangle trigonometric functions vernier vertical curve