0%
0 votes, 0 avg
0
Created on

Land Surveying

Survey Adjustments and Errors Theory – Accidental Errors Laws

Surveying Adjustments and Error theories.

You might want to have a small calculator beside you before attempting this one.

1 / 10

Category: Survey Adjustments & Errors

Which of the following does not indicate the feature in laws of accidental errors?

2 / 10

Category: Survey Adjustments & Errors

Find the number of observations if the mean square error and the summation of the difference between the individual and the mean series are given as 0.987 and 3.654.

3 / 10

Category: Survey Adjustments & Errors

If the value of error due to the single measurement is 6.54 for 10 observations, then calculate the value of average probable error.

4 / 10

Category: Survey Adjustments & Errors

Probability curve describes about_______________

5 / 10

Category: Survey Adjustments & Errors

The value of mean square error can be given as__________

This symbol (^) denotes to the power of

6 / 10

Category: Survey Adjustments & Errors

Determine the probable error of measurements by using the different probable errors, which are given as 5.64, 2.98, 0.98 and 2.54.

7 / 10

Category: Survey Adjustments & Errors

The laws of accidental errors follow which of the following principle?

8 / 10

Category: Survey Adjustments & Errors

Determine the probable error in a single measurement if the summation of the difference between mean and single observation is given as 8.76 in a series of 7 observations.

9 / 10

Category: Survey Adjustments & Errors

Most probable value is equal to which of the following?

10 / 10

Category: Survey Adjustments & Errors

What will be the mean square error, if the readings were given as 2.654, 2.987, 2,432 and 2.543.

Your score is

The average score is 0%

0%