A theodolite is a measuring device so without more information, that question is pretty much unanswerable.
Transit and non-transit theodolite.
advantage and disadvantage of theodolite
1728 cm cubed
Theodolite light is the correct spelling
least count of theodolite is 1 second
5 mm is the least count of theodolite.
principle of theodolite is based on the principle of trigonometry.
A theodolite measures angles and axis needed for site surveying. The horizontal and vertical angles are measured using a theodolite. A theodolite is actually a mounted telescope used in building.
12mm + 12cm
12cm = 12 cm
Yes, they are similar.
A theodolite that shows a digital rather than analogue display.
theodolite is a surveying instrument.It is is used for measure the horizontal & vertical angles also.parts of theodolite trivet,upper plate lower plate,plomb bob,telescope,vernierscale,leveling screw,tribrach,etc.,
theodolite are use in construction calculate the angle and horizantal distance and for fixed the point
12cm x 12cm
Since there are 100cm in a metre - 12cm is 0.12m
Close to 12cm
A theodolite is an instrument that is used in archaeoastronomy. To change the face for taking angle measurements when using a theodolite you must turn the telescope by 180 degrees.
12cm : 1.2 cm = 10 : 1
12cm is bigger than 98mm (9.8cm)
To operate a Theodolite, first drive a surveyor's nail into the ground where Theodolite will be set up. Second, set up tripod legs and gently place the instrument on the mounting plate then screw in the mounting knob beneath the instrument. Finally, adjust the vertical plummet of the Theodolite.
To check a tower vertically by using a theodolite, you must first check for collimation and check the vertical axis of the theodolite. If all is okay, then set up your theodolite a bit away from the tower and clamp the horizontal plate, then check the tower zenith transit.