CF was measured, not in the direction DC, equal to 200 yards, and from D a distance DE equal to 200 yards, and the following angles taken, C AFC = 83° 00', BDE = 54° 30', viz., \ACD- 53° 30', BDC = 156° 25', [ACF= 54° 31', BED = 88° 30'. The Civil-engineer & Surveyor's Manual - Page 50by Michael McDermott - 1879 - 586 pagesFull view - About this book
| Olinthus Gregory - Plane trigonometry - 1816 - 278 pages
...A, B, and c, whose distances from each other were known (viz. AB = 800, AC = 600, BC = 400 yards), 1 **took the horizontal angles APC — 33° 45', BPC =...to determine the respective distances of my station** from each object. Here it will be necessary, as preparatory to the computation, to describe the manner... | |
| Olinthus Gregory - Plane trigonometry - 1816 - 276 pages
...What is the height of the object > Ans. 44 '46 yards. EXAMPLE XVII. From a convenient station p, where **could be seen three objects A, B, and c, whose distances from each other were** known (viz. AB = 800, AC = GOO, BC = 400 yards), I took the horizontal angles A PC = 33° 45', BPC... | |
| William Galbraith - Astronomy - 1827 - 412 pages
...ABG=70° 37' 8", FAE or AGB=40° 28' 16", BG =55.673 ; and the height 96.392 feet. EXAMPLE XXIII. Prom **a convenient station P, there could be seen three objects A, B, and C, whose** distance from each other were AB=8 miles, AC=6 miles, BC=4 miles; I took the horizontal angles APC=33°... | |
| Charles Davies - Surveying - 1830 - 318 pages
...25,BDE=54° 30', and BED=88° 30'. Required AB. Ans, 345.5, Example 6. — From a station P there can **be seen three objects, A, B, and C, whose distances from each other** are known, viz. AB=800, AC=600, and BC=400 yards. Now there are measured the horizontal angles APC=33°... | |
| William Galbraith - Astronomy - 1834 - 454 pages
...or ABG=70° 37' 8", FAE or AGB=40° 28' 16", BG=55.673 ; and the height 96.392 feet. EXAMPLE XXIV. **From a convenient station P, there could be seen three objects A, B, and C, whose** distance from each other were AB=8 miles, AC=6 miles, BC=4 miles; I took the horizontal angles APC=33°... | |
| Olinthus Gregory - Mathematics - 1834 - 484 pages
...simpler computation) and may usually be employed. , • EXAMPLE X. From a convenient station p, where **could be seen three objects, A, B, and c, whose distances from each other were** known (viz.- AB = 800, A c = 600, B c = 400 yards), I took the horizontal angles A psc = 33° 45',... | |
| Adrien Marie Legendre - Geometry - 1836 - 394 pages
...30', and BED=88° 30' : required the distance AB. Ans. 345.46 yards. 8. From a station P there can **be seen three objects, A, B and C, whose distances from each other** are known, viz. AB= 800, AC = 600, and BC=400 yards. There are also measured the horizontal angles,... | |
| Charles Davies - Navigation - 1837 - 342 pages
...CD=.53° 30' BnC=15G'25' 154° 31' BED=8S° 30' .flns. AB— 345.467 yards. 6. From a station P there can **be seen three objects A, B and C, whose distances from each other** are known : viz. .#.8 = 800, ^C=600, and BC = 400 yards. Now, there are measured the horizontal angles... | |
| Charles Davies - Surveying - 1839 - 376 pages
...yards, and and the following vz. 00' ' 30' 31' = 5i° 30' BED=SB° dns. 6. From a station P there can **be seen three objects A, B and C, whose distances from each other** are known : viz. .5.5=800, AC=GOO, and BC -=400 yards. Now, there are measured the horizontal angles... | |
| Charles Davies - Surveying - 1839 - 376 pages
...equal to 200 yards, and the following angles taken, 31' BED=88° 30' 6. From a station P there can **be seen three objects A, B and C, whose distances from each other** are known : viz. AB = 800, .#C=600, and BC ==400 yards. Now, there are measured the horizontal angles... | |
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