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SURVEYING FOR BEGINNERS

 SURVEYING  FOR BEGINNERS

SURVEYING  FOR BEGINNERS



The Calculations are generally made in the office, though many minor ones are made in the field, especially in land and railroad surveying and in staking out works. When made in the field they should be spread on the pages of the field note-book in an orderly manner, as part of the field notes.

 In any case, if the calculations are relatively brief, they should be entered in the field note book imme- diately following, or, by cross references, immediately in connection with, the field records and the results made a part of those records. ]\iore extensive and elaborate cal- culations require a system adapted to the work, but, in general, the figures and results should be carefully pre- served in a well kept record. AVhat is known in the trade as the Standard Figuring Book may be useful. The page is 9" X 12" cross ruled in ^4" squares. The calculations

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