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Posted: March 13th, 2018, 8:18 pm
hippo9 wrote:
dxu46 wrote:
hippo9 wrote:1. What does an x symbolize on a topographic map?
2. The longitude of the western neat line of Quadrangle A is 30 degrees west. What is the longitude of the western neat line of the quadrangle directly to the southwest of Quadrangle A?

1. Spot elevation
2.37.5 degrees West

Sorry for double posting but make sure to check the wording.

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 8:20 pm
hippo9 wrote:
dxu46 wrote:1. Spot elevation
2.37.5 degrees West

Your first one is correct, however the 2nd is wrong.

I believe #2 is 32.5° W .

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 8:21 pm
Tailsfan101 wrote:
hippo9 wrote:
dxu46 wrote:1. Spot elevation
2.37.5 degrees West

Your first one is correct, however the 2nd is wrong.

I believe #2 is 32.5° W .

How big is a basic quadrangle?
Hopefully that helps

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 8:22 pm
hippo9 wrote:
Tailsfan101 wrote:
hippo9 wrote:Your first one is correct, however the 2nd is wrong.

I believe #2 is 32.5° W .

How big is a basic quadrangle?
Hopefully that helps

Um. 7.5 seconds.

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 8:23 pm
dxu46 wrote:
hippo9 wrote:
Tailsfan101 wrote:I believe #2 is 32.5° W .

How big is a basic quadrangle?
Hopefully that helps

Um. 7.5 seconds.

7.5 minutes so the answer to number 2 would be 30 degrees 7 minutes 30 seconds west
EDIT: sorry for vagueness in my hint, but I meant that since a USGS quadrangle is 7.5 minutes by 7.5 minutes you could use that to determine the neat line of the neighboring quad

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 8:24 pm
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Posted: April 6th, 2018, 4:54 pm
This seriously needs a revival, so...
Convert the following azimuths into bearings.
S 34 W
N 52 E
S 9 E
N 18 W

Posted: April 6th, 2018, 5:05 pm
Tailsfan101 wrote:This seriously needs a revival, so...
Convert the following azimuths into bearings.
S 34 W
N 52 E
S 9 E
N 18 W

*bearings into azimuths...
anyway:
1. 214 degrees
2. 52 degrees
3. 171 degrees
4. 342 degrees

Posted: April 6th, 2018, 5:07 pm
dxu46 wrote:
Tailsfan101 wrote:This seriously needs a revival, so...
Convert the following azimuths into bearings.
S 34 W
N 52 E
S 9 E
N 18 W

*bearings into azimuths...
anyway:
1. 214 degrees
2. 52 degrees
3. 171 degrees
4. 342 degrees

Whoops! Anyway, all correct. Your turn.

Posted: April 11th, 2018, 7:21 pm
Kinda forgot abut question marathons, but here

Posted: April 24th, 2018, 7:05 pm
dxu46 wrote:
Kinda forgot abut question marathons, but here

Is anyone going to answer this? Should I just post the answers?

Posted: April 24th, 2018, 7:12 pm
dxu46 wrote:
dxu46 wrote:
Kinda forgot abut question marathons, but here

Is anyone going to answer this? Should I just post the answers?

My road partner said he was going to, but he never got around to making an account and answering them RIP.

Posted: April 28th, 2018, 7:37 pm
Well, my road career is over most likely, so I should post the answers:
dxu46 wrote:
Kinda forgot abut question marathons, but here

Someone else can post a question.

Posted: April 30th, 2018, 4:39 pm
As my partner said, my Road Scholar career is also over. Except he gets another year and I don't .

Here's a question set:

1. What quadrangle is SE of this one?
2. Now that you're there, calculate the latitudinal, longitudinal, and UTM coordinates of the flag on my school, depicted as "Watkins High School."
3. This high school is next to a ________ road.
4. US-40 got upgraded to what is now I-64 during this time. When one leaves the map on this highway going east, how many miles does it take to reach I-170?
5. This E neat line has a value of ________.
5. Deer Creek also exits the map close to this neat line and flows in a ___ direction.

For more questions check out the three tests I posted on the test exchange