148. Total latitude of a point is positive if it lies

A. north of the reference parallel

B. south of the reference parallel

C. east of the reference parallel

D. west of the reference parallel.

149. The latitude of a traverse leg is obtained by multiplying its length by

A. tangent of its reduced bearing

B. sign of its reduced bearing

C. cosine of its reduced bearing

D. cosecant of its reduced bearing.

150. In a closed traverse, sum of south latitudes exceeds the sum of north latitudes and the sum of east departures exceeds the sum of west departures, then, the closing line will lie in

A.north-west quadrant

B. north east quadrant

C. south-east quadrant

D. south-west quadrant.

151. The operation of making the algebraic sum of latitudes and departures of a closed traverse, each equal to zero, is known

A. balancing the sights

B. balancing the departures

C. balancing the latitudes

D. balancing the traverse.

152. If the angular measurements of a traverse are more precise than its linear measurements, balancing of the traverse, is done by

A. Bowditch's rule

B. Transit rule

C. Empirical rule

D. all of the above.

153. The length of a traverse leg may be obtained by multiplying the latitude and

A. secant of its reduced bearing

B. sine of its reduced bearing

C. cosine of its reduced bearing

D. tangent of its reduced bearing.

154. The branch of surveying in which both horizontal and vertical positions of a point, are determined by making instrumental observations, is known

A. tacheometry

B. tachemetry

C. telemetry

D. all the above.

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