Q: How do you calculate height of instrument in leveling?

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21cm and 16cm.what is the difference in height?

To calculate volume simply do length x width x height

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The height and longer diagonal do not provide enough information to calculate the sides.

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Inverse leveling is a method in surveying where the difference in elevation between two points is calculated by taking reciprocal leveling observations. This technique helps to determine the height difference between points that cannot be directly measured due to obstacles or long distances. By using the principle of reciprocal leveling, the accuracy of leveling measurements can be improved.

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A heightometer.

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A barometer or a GPS device is commonly used to measure the height of a mountain. Barometric pressure changes with altitude, so by measuring the pressure at the base and summit of a mountain, you can calculate its height. GPS devices can also provide accurate elevation readings.

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When surveying using a "level" instrument , the "level" instrument is set-up and adjusted to level by adjusting the screws. When surveying you have an instrument person and a rod person. When trying to find the height of the instrument, the rod person places there rod over a "known" elevation, either a benchmark or a temporary benchmark that has a known elevation. To get the height of the instrument, you need to "shoot" the level to the rod person holding the rod on the known elevation, this is called the "Backsight". This elevation will be read by the instrument person, and recorded in the survey field book. This value backsight elevation will then be added to the known elevation of the benchmark or the temporary benchmark, to get the height of instrument. HI = known elevation + BS Height

21cm and 16cm.what is the difference in height?

You just cube the height....like height to the 3rd power (height*height*height)

You can calculate the volume by multiplying height, width, and mass. Then, divide the mass by the density to find the volume. Finally, calculate the length by dividing the volume by the height and width.

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