# ONLINE MCQ CE-SURVEYING 1

Q1. Any arbitrarily assumed level line from which
vertical distances are measured is known as
A.  Level line
B.  Vertical line
C.  Horizontal line
D.  Datum line
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Q2. The two point or three point problems are
methods of
A.  Orientation
B.  Resection
C.  Traversing
D.  (A) and (B) above
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Q3. A prismatic compass is used to determine
A.  Dip at a place
B.  Declination of a line
C.  Whole circle bearing of a line
D.  Quadrande bearing of a line
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Q4. At the equator, the amount of dip is
A.
B.  45°
C.  60°
D.  90°
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Q5. Magnetic declination at a point
A.  Does not change with time