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Invar is an iron alloy con- taining 36 per cent, of nickel. In both cases the sign needs care, and is best confirmed by a rough diagram in the angle book. The following formulae, , give this oblique Mercator projection of the spheroid in a form ready for computation.
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Computation in rectangular coordinates and notation. Adjustment of a network. Deviations computed on Hayford’s hypothesis. The value of N is not so easily got, and is in fact at present nowhere determinable. Standardization The metre comparator. Simultaneous adjustment of a level net. Tilting an upper mark laterally. In the Library Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card.
In the United States it is Requirements depend on the accuracy of observer and instrument, the weather, the length of hne, the ultimate accuracy aimed at, and gdodesy spacing of bases and Laplace stations. But it is these exceptions that exhibit the great value of the theory, for they have enabled it to delimit, or to start delimiting, areas where for reasons not yet known the earth’s crust is in a marked state of non- equilibrium.
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The spheroid and meridional ellipse. Total mass of a body. This should be approximately e computed, and as soon as three angles bomfird any triangle have been measured, their sum should be compared with the correct value.