# MCQ Base Advanced Surveying Test – Set 11

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

## Q2. If α, H, A and δ be the altitude, hour angle, azimuth and declination of a circumpolar star at its elongation, in latitude λ, the following relation holds good

(A) cos H = tan λ/tan δ
(B) sin α = sin λ/sin δ
(C) sin A = cos δ/cos λ
(D) All the above

## Q3. Homologous point is

(A) Photo principal point
(B) Ground principal point
(C) Ground isocenter
(D) All the above

(A) fB/(H – h)
(B) fB/(H – h)2
(C) fB/(H + h)
(D) fB/(H + h)2

## Q5. The distance between the projection centre and the photograph, is called

(A) Principal distance
(B) Principal line
(C) Isocentric distance
(D) Focal length

## Q6. Triangulation surveys are carried out for providing

(A) Planimetric control
(B) Height control
(C) Both planimetric and height control
(D) None of these

Answer: (C) Both planimetric and height control

## Q7. Perspective centre relates to

(A) Parallel projection
(B) Orthogonal projection
(C) Central projection
(D) None of these

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

(A) πR²E/90°
(B) πR²E/180°
(C) πR²E/270°
(D) πR²E/360°

(A) 22° 30′
(B) 23° 27′
(C) 23° 30′
(D) 24° 0′

## Q11. To have greatest coverage of the area, the type of photography used, is

(A) High oblique
(B) Low oblique
(C) Vertical
(D) None of these

## Q12. The principal plane contains

(B) Iso-centre
(C) Principal point
(D) All the above

## Q13. Accidental errors

(A) Do not follow any definite mathematical law
(B) Cannot be removed by applying corrections to the observed values
(C) Are generally small
(D) All the above

(A) S – 90°
(B) S – 180°
(C) S – 270°
(D) S – 360°

(A) 29 days
(B) 29.35 days
(C) 29.53 days
(D) 30 days