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Discussion Forum : Surveying - Section 7 (Q.No. 32)
32.
The included angles of a theodolite traverse, are generally measured
clockwise from the forward station
anti-clockwise from the back station
anti-clockwise from the forward station
clockwise from the back station.
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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ANU said:   4 years ago
Included angles are measured clockwise because the graduation of theodolite circle increases in clockwise direction.

Jinish said:   4 years ago
Because back station is known station mean we know the back bearing that's why.

Sandip said:   4 years ago
Answer should be B.

Longs said:   5 years ago
Please, anyone, explain the answer in detail.

Deepak Oberoi said:   6 years ago
How is it possible? Please explain.

Dhaval Oza said:   7 years ago
How, Can anyone explain it?

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