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

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

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

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

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