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Calculate the coordinates of the intersection of two lines given the coordinates of four stations. Known values: Coordinates A (EA, NA), B (EB, NB), C (EC, NC), D (ED, ND) i.e. A &nbs...

Read MoreCalculate the height of an object by measuring three angles of elevation only, from stations A, B and C on a straight level line to an inaccessible up-station D. Known values: Measured distances A...

Read MoreCalculate the inclined angle φ of a bend along a bended path. Known values: Horizontal angle θ. Vertical angles α, β. Solution: Angle φ in inclined plane AB1C. In verti...

Read MoreCalculate the coordinates of the intersection of two lines given their bearings from two known stations. Known values: Bearing angles α and β. Coordinates A (EA, NA) and B (EB, NB) So...

Read MoreCalculate the height of an object from a baseline when its top and bottom is visible but not accessible from observation points. Case scenario when baseline AB on sloping ground and in line with objec...

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