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Discussion Forum : Surveying - Section 2 (Q.No. 7)
7.
The angle between two plane mirrors of optical square, is
20°
30°
45°
60°
90°.
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Lalit said:   4 years ago
In surveying optical square is used to setting out right angles. The horizon glass is placed at an angle of 120° with the horizon sight and index glass is placed at an angle of 105° with the index sight.

Anomi said:   5 years ago
In the SINGLE optical square, it contains two reflective planes inside, and the angle between two planes is 45°.

Sameer sopori said:   6 years ago
@All.

In the SINGLE optical square, it contains two reflective planes inside, and the angle between two planes is 45°,

Just draw these 4 angles of optical square on a paper, you will understand it easily 45°, 90°, 112.5 °, 112.5°, (the two planes are at 45° inside the optical square).

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Eddie Murphy said:   6 years ago
It should be equal to 45°only. It having two squares.

Balaji shesherao jadhav said:   6 years ago
It should be equal to 45° only. It has two squares.

MADDEESWAR REDDY said:   6 years ago
It should be equal to 45° only. It has two squares.

Sameer kashmiri said:   1 decade ago
When we keep two mirror at an angle 45°, it will make angle of 90° by double mirror reflection.

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