11-32.In profile leveling, rod readingstaken from points that are neitherBMs nor TPs are entered under whatheading in the field notebook?1. BS2. FS3.IFS4.Remarks11-33.You have run a line of levels froman initial BM to a final BM.Youcompute the elevation of the finalBM to be 1,475.77 feet.Theelevation of the initial BM is1,502.36 feet.If the sum of thebacklights is 16.32 feet, what isthe sum of the foresights?1.10.27 ft2.26.59 ft3.32.06 ft4.42.91 ft11-34.At what point(s) along a proposedhighway are cross sections taken?1.Every 25 ft2.Every 50 ft3.At regular stations only4.At regular stations, at anypoint where there is a breakon the ground, or at anyinterval desired11-35.By which of the following methodsis the HI in cross-sectionleveling determined when using ahand level?1.By adding the instrumentmaneyesight height to thecenter-line elevation fromprofile field notes2.By adding the instrumentmaneyesight height to a BMelevation3.By adding the BS reading to aBM elevation4.Each of the above11-36.You are doing cross-sectionleveling for a highway roadsurvey.The profile center-lineelevation at station 25 + 00 is112.5 feet and eye height is 5.3feet.On a rod held 20 feet fromthe center line you read 11.2feet.What is the elevation atthis point?1.96.0 ft2.106.6 ft3.118.4 ft4.129.0 ft11-37.What is a form of differentialleveling in which a continuouscheck is maintained on theaccuracy of the levelingprocedure?1.Three-wire2.Double rodding3.Cross-section4.Profile79

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