The following items will test your grasp of the material covered in this lesson. When you have
completed the exercise, check your answer with the answer key that follows. If you answer any item
incorrectly, study again that part which contains the portion involved.
What type of viewing magnification does the hand level have?
How many leveling screws are on the automatic level?
When should you make use of holes or cracks in the ground for the tripod legs when setting up
When the tripod is set up on a hill.
When the tripod is set up on a smooth or slippery surface.
When the tripod is used in conjunction with a range pole.
Every time the tripod is set up.
When would it be recommended to use a target on a leveling rod?
When sights are obstructed through leaves and brush.
When a constant grade is needed from one instrument setup.
When there is poor visibility.
All of the above.
How is a 2- by 2-inch semipermanent wooden hub placed?
Flush or almost flush with the ground.
As a guard stake.
As the centerline of a road.
As a grade stake.