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A 100 ft steel tape standardized at 68 °F and supported throughout under a tension of 10 Ibs was found to be 100.2 ft long. The tape had a cross sectional area of 0.009 in? and a weight of 0.03 Ib/ft. The tape is used to measure a horizontal distance (AB) and the measured length comes out to be 300 ft. CALTRANS plans a new ramp to connect Nutwood with US57. The ramp starts from point A (on Nutwood) to C (on US57) wherein point C will be vertically above point B (a current point on Nutwood that will get buried by ramp). The must have a smooth 4% grade, thus the tape will be used fully supported. Determine the correct slope distance to be measured (i.e. length AC) if a pull of 15 Ibs is used and the temperature is 96 °F.

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### Question 42836

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3. Compute the latitudes and departures, linear misclosure, and relative precision for the traverse above if the lengths of the sides (in feet) are as follows: AB =2157.34; BC = 1722.58; CD= 1318.15; DE =1536.06;= 1785.58. (Note: all latitudes and departures expressed to .000)

### Question 42835

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2. Balance the following interior angles (angles-to-the-right) of a five-sided closed polygon traverse using method 1. If the azimuth of sideAB is 74°31'17", calculate the azimuths of the remaining sides. A =105°13'14"; B = 92°36'06"; C = 67°15'22"; D=217°24'30"; E =57°30'38". (Note: Line BC bears NW.) Convert each azimuth to a bearing.

### Question 42834

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1. The sum of six interior angles of a closed-polygon traverse each read to the nearest 1" is 719°59’44". What is the misclosure, and what correction would be applied to each angle in using Method 1.

### Question 39248

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(a) Calculate your own pre-pandemic total carbon footprint in tons of CO2 from Mar2019 to Feb 2020. You should summarize your carbon footprint in the following (but not limited to) categories: Household, transportation, secondary...
(b) Repeat (a) for “during" pandemic, from April 2020 to March 2021
(c) Convert your carbon footprint to as CH4, and N2O
(d) Discuss and predict the pandemic's impact emissions (in less than 100 words)on the global post-pandemic carbon

### Question 39247

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2. (20 pts) Assume you are a project engineer that is evaluating the characteristics of solid waste planning in the County of Orange, CA (Orange County)
(a) Estimate the total population of Orange County (tips:indicate your sources)use internet. Remember to
(b) Estimate the total household solid waste generation in tons of Orange County per year(tips: use the information in the Topic No. 2 Handout)
(c) Estimate the total tonnage that can be recovered?
(d) Assume among the total waste, by weight: 10% plastics, 18% food, 10% paper, and5% wood. Estimate the total heat value in Btu (make necessary assumptions and quote your sources)

### Question 30328

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3.21 Repeat Problem 3.20 if instead of having a 4% grade the road makes a 3° angle with the horizontal.38,453

### Question 30327

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3.20 A section of a road with a constant 4% slope or grade(i.e., 4ft vertically for each 100 ft horizontally) is to be paved.If the road is 32.000 ft wide and its total horizontal length is1,200 ft, compute the road area to be paved.

### Question 30325

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3.18 tis desired to determine the height of a church steeple.Assuming that the ground is level, a 350.00-ft length is to measured out from the base of the steeple and a 40°15vertical angle is determined from that point on the ground to the top of the steeple. How tall is the steeple?

### Question 30324

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3.17 The angles at the comers of a triangular field are 24°, 66",and 90° and the hypotenuse is 751.92ft. How many feet of fencing will be needed to enclose this field? (Ans.:1744.66 f)

### Question 30323

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3.16 A surveyor measures an inclined distance and finds it to be 1752.46ft. In addition, the angle between the horizontal and the line is measured and found to be 4°14'52". Determine the horizontal distance measured and the difference in elevation between the two ends of the line.