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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES

SANTA MARIA BULACAN CAMPUS

CIEN 3053 – ELEMENTARY SURVEYING

NAME: _ DATE:
COURSE AND SECTION: PROFESSOR:

MIDTERM EXAMINATION

MEASUREMENT OF VERTICAL DISTANCES

Note: Read and understand each statement carefully. Five words, phrases, or figures follow each statement
and only one of which may be the correct answer. If, however, an answer is not listed among the five choices
given, indicates an X – mark in your answer sheet on all the given choices for the particular number. Questions
requiring numerical computed solutions in order to be credited. Do not write anything or make identifying marks
on the questionnaire, and submit it back upon completion of the examination.

1. Leveling is the process of directly or indirectly measuring vertical distances to determine the elevation
of points of their

a) differences in elevation
b) clearances above mean sea level
c) horizontal distances from each other
d) relationship to natural and man-made features
e) respective positions with respect to the true meridian

2.