| George Adams - Geometry - 1813 - 534 pages
...survey, placing them in a kind of table in thi.-ir respective columns; and, if the sum of the northings **be equal to the sum of the southings, and the sum of the eastings equal to the sum of the westings,** the work is right, otherwise not.* Then in an additional column put the whole quantity of northing... | |
| Jeremiah Day - Measurement - 1815 - 96 pages
...580W ;3.52 12.47 1995 00 1995 248.7765 EA 5. N. 3055 3055 00 09I 00 00 '44 19144 19 711.59b8i2106.2997 **121. When a field is correctly surveyed, and the departures...and latitude columns, the northings are -not found** Io agree nearly with the southings, and the eastings with the westings, there must be an errour, either... | |
| Jeremiah Day - Geometry - 1824
...correctly surveyed, and the departures and differences of latitude accurately calculated; it is ovident **the sum of the northings must be equal to the sum...the eastings equal to the sum of the westings. If** up«n adding up the numbers in the departure and latitude columns, the northings are not found to agree... | |
| Jeremiah Day - Measurement - 1831 - 370 pages
...and the departures and differences of latitude accurately calculated ; it is evident the sum of ihe **northings must be equal to the sum of the southings,...and the eastings with the westings, there must be an** en or, either in the survey or in the calculation, which requires that one or both should be revised.... | |
| Charles Davies - Surveying - 1839 - 261 pages
...westings. We therefore conclude, that when any survey is correctly made, the sum of the northings will **be equal to the sum of the southings, and the sum of the eastings** to the sum of the westings. It would indeed appear plain, even without a rigorous demonstration, that... | |
| Charles Davies - Surveying - 1839 - 334 pages
...westings. We therefore conclude, that when any survey is correctly made, the sum of the northings will **be equal to the sum of the southings, and the sum of the eastings** to the sum of the westings. It would indeed appear plain, even without a rigorous demonstration, that... | |
| Charles Davies - Navigation - 1835 - 359 pages
...westings. We therefore conclude, that when any survey is correctly made, the sum of the northings will **be equal to the sum of the southings, and the sum of the eastings** to the sum of the westings. It would indeed appear plain, even without a rigorous demonstration, that... | |
| Henry James Castle - Surveying - 1847 - 303 pages
...remeasuring westward the same distance back, it follows, that, in going completely round a tract of country, **the sum of the northings must be equal to the sum of the southings, and the sum of the eastings** to that of the westings. To find the bearing of a line. Plant the instrument over one end of it, level... | |
| Charles Davies - Navigation - 1852 - 392 pages
...westings. We therefore conclude, that when any survey is correctly made, the sum of the northings will **be equal to the sum of the southings, and the sum of** tl1e eastings to the sum of the westings. It would indeed appear plain, even without a rigorous demonstration,... | |
| Andrew Duncan (surveyor.) - Surveying - 1854 - 121 pages
...theodolite all such trouble is avoided. In every survey that is truly taken, the sum of the Northings is **equal to the sum of the Southings, and the sum of the Eastings** to the sum of the Westings. - Let abcefgh represent a plot or parcel of land ; let a be the first station,... | |
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