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Re: Road Scholar B

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 8:18 pm
by hippo9
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.

Re: Road Scholar B

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 8:20 pm
by Tailsfan101
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.

Re: Road Scholar B

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 8:21 pm
by hippo9
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.
No your overthinking it How big is a basic quadrangle? Hopefully that helps

Re: Road Scholar B

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 8:22 pm
by dxu46
Your first one is correct, however the 2nd is wrong.
I believe #2 is 32.5° W.
No your overthinking it How big is a basic quadrangle? Hopefully that helps
Um. 7.5 seconds.

Re: Road Scholar B

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 8:23 pm
by hippo9
I believe #2 is 32.5° W.
No your overthinking it 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

Re: Road Scholar B

Posted: March 13th, 2018, 8:24 pm
by dxu46
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Re: Road Scholar B

Posted: April 6th, 2018, 4:54 pm
by Tailsfan101
This seriously needs a revival, so...
Convert the following azimuths into bearings.
S 34 W
N 52 E
S 9 E
N 18 W

Re: Road Scholar B

Posted: April 6th, 2018, 5:05 pm
by dxu46
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

Re: Road Scholar B

Posted: April 6th, 2018, 5:07 pm
by Tailsfan101
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.

Re: Road Scholar B

Posted: April 11th, 2018, 7:21 pm
by dxu46
1. Latitude and Longitude are measured in (answer as [unit of measure] [two directions])
2. UTM is measured in (answer as [unit of measure] [two directions])
3. How many sections are in a township/range?
4. How are the sections in a township arranged? (feel free to draw a picture)
5. Each section is approximately ___ x ___ [unit of measure]s