Levelling and Contouring Civil Draughtsman Mock Test - Set 02 - ObjectiveBooks

# Practice Test: Question Set - 02

1. What method of contour is suitable for contouring in hilly areas?
(A) By square method
(B) By cross section method
(C) By tachometry method
(D) By levelling method

2. What levelling is called as in direct levelling?
(A) Plane table levelling
(B) Trigonometric levelling
(C) Reciprocal levelling
(D) Simple levelling

3. Which line is normal to plumb line at all points?
(A) Level line
(B) Vertical line
(C) Curved line
(D) Horizontal line

4. What is the process if the difference of level between two points is determined by setting the levelling instrument midway between the points?
(A) Simple levelling
(B) Profile levelling
(C) Differential levelling
(D) Reciprocal levelling

5. Which branch of surveying deals with the measurements in vertical plane?
(A) Chaining
(B) Levelling
(C) Compassing
(D) Plane tabling

6. What method of contour is suitable for small and low undulating area?
(A) By square method
(B) By cross section method
(C) By tachometry method
(D) By levelling method

7. What dimensions are drawn in a plan of contour?
(A) Vertical dimension
(B) Horizontal dimension
(C) Inclined dimension
(D) Parallel dimension

8. What is the name of the level that does not require any protection from the sun?
(A) Titling level
(B) Auto level
(C) Dumpy level
(D) Wye (y) level

9. What R.F is selecting the drawing of building sites as a topographic map?
(A) 1/100
(B) 1/1000
(C) 1/5000
(D) 1/10000

10. What is the name of the staff used while the sights are long and the reading viewed through instrument?
(A) Solid staff
(B) Invar staff
(C) Target staff
(D) Telescopic staff

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