# Fundamentals Of Surveying: Test Your Knowledge Trivia Questions Quiz

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• 1.
Which of the following is a term used in linear surveying?
• A.

Traverse

• B.

Theodolite

• C.

Chainage

• D.

Total Station

• 2.
Which of the following is a term used in levelling surveying?
• A.

Staff

• B.

Traverse

• C.

Offset

• D.

Vertical angle

• 3.
Which of the following is a term used in traverse surveying?
• A.

Staff

• B.

Ranging pole

• C.

Theodolite

• D.

Measuring tape

• 4.
What is a global coordinate system?
• A.

UTM

• B.

ATM

• C.

BM

• D.

CP

• 5.
What is Mean Sea Level (MSL)?
• A.

Average point between high and low tide over time

• B.

Universal Traverse Mercator

• C.

Prime Meridian

• D.

Equator

• 6.
What is a Benchmark (BM)?
• A.

Back sight

• B.

A point of known E,N only

• C.

A point of known elevation

• D.

Inaccessible point

• 7.
What is the height of collimation (HOC) for a Level?
• A.

Back sight

• B.

Height of the instrument after setting up

• C.

A point of known elevation

• D.

• 8.
What is the smallest gradations measurement on a staff in ordinary levelling?
• A.

1.0m

• B.

0.1m

• C.

0.01m

• D.

0.001m

• 9.
What is the first reading that you take after setting up the level?
• A.

FS

• B.

BS

• C.

BM

• D.

IS

• 10.
Where is the best place to set up the level?
• A.

Far away from BS

• B.

Far away from FS

• C.

Where it can target most points if not all

• D.

Near operating heavy machinery

• 11.
What is the correct formula to calculate the reduced level (RL) of last point?
• A.

BS+FS

• B.

IS-FS

• C.

HOC-FS

• D.

HOC+FS

• 12.
What does a contour line represent?
• A.

A group of points with the same elevation

• B.

Horizontal distance between two points

• C.

The angle between two lines

• D.

Levelling grid

• 13.
Which statement is correct for this road cross section?
• A.

Fill only section

• B.

Cut only section

• C.

Cut and fill section

• D.

The formation level is above NGL

• 14.
Which statement is correct for this road cross-section?
• A.

Fill only section

• B.

Cut only section

• C.

Cut and fill section

• D.

The formation level is below NGL

• 15.
Which statement is correct for this road cross-section?
• A.

Fill only section

• B.

Cut only section

• C.

Cut and fill section

• D.

Road does not have a ditch

• 16.
• A.

1.68m

• B.

15m

• C.

16m

• D.

1.58m

• 17.
• A.

1.50m

• B.

15m

• C.

16m

• D.

1.55m

• 18.
• A.

1.64m

• B.

15m

• C.

16m

• D.

1.54m

• 19.
Which line on this contour map has the steepest slope?
• A.

Line A

• B.

Line B

• C.

Line C

• D.

Line D

• 20.
You mark the survey stations using a:
• A.

Staff

• B.

Ranging Pole

• C.

Tripod

• D.

Level

• 21.
You use what type of measurements along the survey line:
• A.

Strolling

• B.

Walking

• C.

Running

• D.

Trotting

• 22.
A perpendicular offset is at?
• A.

30 degrees

• B.

90 degrees

• C.

180 degrees

• D.

270 degree

• 23.
Which of these surveying equipment can be used for linear surveys?
• A.

Staff

• B.

Theodolite

• C.

Measuring tape

• D.

Level

• 24.
Which of these surveying equipment can be used for linear surveys?
• A.

Staff

• B.

Theodolite

• C.

Measuring wheel

• D.

Level

• 25.
It is important to choose an appropriate paper size for drawing surveying maps. What size is A3 paper?
• A.

210mm*297mm

• B.

841mm*1189mm

• C.

594mm*841mm

• D.

297mm*420mm

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