# Advanced Surveying Multiple Choice Test 13

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(A) 1600
(B) 1615
(C) 1630
(D) 1650

## Q2. For any star to be a circumpolar star, its

(A) Declination must be 0°
(B) Declination must be 90°
(C) Distance from the pole must be less than the latitude of the observer
(D) Hour angle must be 180°

Answer: (C) Distance from the pole must be less than the latitude of the observer

## Q3. The Polaris remains below horizon at

(A) 10° N
(B) 50° N Latitude
(C) Equator
(D) 5° S latitude

## Q4. In a truly vertical photograph,

(A) Principal point coincides the isocenter
(B) Iso-centre coincides the plumb point
(C) Plumb point coincides the principal point
(D) All the above

(A) f/H sec θ
(B) f sec θ/H
(C) f/H
(D) f/H cos ½θ

(A) Eastward
(B) Westward
(C) Northward
(D) Southward

(A) 58 mm
(B) 60 mm
(C) 62 mm
(D) 64 mm

## Q8. Parallax bar measures

(A) Parallax
(B) Height
(C) Parallax difference
(D) Height difference

(A) March 21
(B) June 21
(C) September 21
(D) December 22

## Q10. The parallax of a point on the photograph is due to

(A) Ground elevation
(B) Flying height
(C) Length of air base
(D) All the above

## Q11. The time interval between successive transits of the moon, is

(A) 24 hours 10 minutes
(B) 20 hours 25 minutes
(C) 24 hours 50 minutes
(D) 23 hours 50 minutes

Answer: (C) 24 hours 50 minutes

(A) March 21
(B) June 21
(C) September 21
(D) December 22

(A) f tan θ
(B) f sin θ
(C) f cot θ
(D) f cos θ

(A) 10°
(B) 20°
(C) 30°
(D) 40°

## Q15. The great circle whose plane is perpendicular to the axis of rotation of the earth, is called

(A) Equator
(B) Terrestrial equator
(C) 0° latitude
(D) All the above