Civil Engineering - Surveying - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Surveying - Section 2 (Q.No. 4)
4.
The branch of surveying in which both horizontal and vertical positions of a point, are determined by making instrumental observations, is known
tacheometry
tachemetry
telemetry
all the above.
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
24 comments Page 1 of 3.

Pooja baraily said:   3 years ago
I think A is the right answer.

Husan Thakur said:   3 years ago
I think A is the right answer.
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Narayan said:   4 years ago
Tacheometry is also known as Telemetry and tachemetey.
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Nivash said:   4 years ago
What are the types of surveys? Please explain.

Shumaila soomro said:   4 years ago
Telementry is defined as tele=remote and metry= measurement.

So, I think Option A is correct.
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Bhim said:   4 years ago
Agree @Minesh Rathore.

BRUNOEX said:   6 years ago
This is a gross error. The answer is A (Tacheometry).
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Minesh Rathore said:   6 years ago
Tacheometry.

Tacheometry (or Tachemetry or Telemetry) is a branch of angular surveying in which the horizontal and vertical distances of points are obtained by optical means as opposed to the ordinary slower process of measurements by tape or chain. The method is very rapid and convenient.
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Dhanu said:   7 years ago
Given answer is correct.

Tacheometry or tachemetry or telemetry is a branch of angular surveying in which the horizontal and vertical distances of points are obtained.

SOURCE : B.C.PUNMIA
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Harish said:   7 years ago
A tachymeter or tacheometer is a type of theodolite used for rapid measurements and determines, electronically or electro-optically, the distance to target. The principles of action are similar to those of rangefinders.


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