A study guide for land licensing examinees, a reference for practicing surveyors, and a text for students. Topics covered embrace the subject matter tested on the national (NCEES) Fundamentals and Principles and Practices of Land Surveying exams, as well as much of what is on most state surveying licensing exams. Multiple-choice questions follow reviews of each subject, and answers are explained. Part I covers basic surveying and mapping concepts and related mathematics. Part II covers surveying computations, illustrated with many real-world problems. Includes appendices on the exam format and on test taking. The author is retired from surveying education. c. Book News Inc.235 GHA of Polaris calculation. (63, e) 3:04:17 converted to decimal hours ... Time must be shifted to the aquot;true sunaquot; when solar observations are made since it is the actual sun being sighted. This time shift is the aquot;equation of timeaquot;. Answer (a) isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Land Survey Review Manual|
|Author||:||R. B. Buckner|
|Publisher||:||Land Surveyors Publications - 1991|