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PRELIM EXAM FOR EG424A REMOTE SENSING 7:00-1200 PM T

 Answer the following questions by writing the corresponding letter of choice from item B,

1.) It is the distance the energy travels from a moment of a maximum electrical energy until reaching
the maximum again

2.) Is a remote sensing method that uses light in the form of a pulsed laser to measure ranges
(variable distances) to the Earth. Also known as LIDAR

3.) collection and interpretation of information about an object without being in physical contact
with the object.

4.) Continuous sequence of electromagnetic energy arranged according to wavelength or frequency.

5.) Propagation of energy in the form of electromagnetic waves.

6.) a kind of radiation including visible light, radio waves, gamma rays, and X-rays, in which electric
and magnetic fields vary simultaneously.

7.) The number of wave oscillations per unit time or the number of wavelengths that pass a point
per unit time.

8.) penetrating electromagnetic radiation of a kind arising from the radioactive decay of atomic
nuclei.

9.) An electromagnetic wave of high energy and very short wavelength, which is able to pass through
many materials opaque to light.
10.) = 6.6262 X 10^-34 joulesecond

11.) is a radio navigation system that allows land, sea, and airborne users to determine their exact
location, velocity, and time 24 hours a day, in all weather conditions, anywhere in the world.

12.) the most common unit used to measure frequency.

13.)is a form of radiation which is not visible to the human eye. It's in an invisible part of the
"electromagnetic spectrum".

14.) Bending of electromagnetic rays as they pass from one medium into another medium.

15.)Device that receives electromagnetic radiation and converts it into a signal that can be recorded
and displayed as either numerical data or an image.

16.) The elementary quantity of EM energy that is transmitted by a particular wavelength.

17.) an artificial body placed in orbit around the earth or moon or another planet in order to collect
information or for communication.

18.)Acronym for radio detection and ranging. is an active form of remote sensing that operates in the
microwave and radio wavelength regions.

19.) Sources from which energy can be obtained to provide heat, light and power.

20.)Device for quantitatively measuring radiant energy, especially thermal radiation.

Item B;

A.) electromagnetic spectrum K.) Light Detection and Ranging

B.) Plank’s constant L.) sensor

C.) radar M.) quantum

D.) satellite N.) Global Positioning System (GPS)


E.) remote sensing O.) hertz (Hz)

F.) radiometer P.) Gamma rays

G.) wavelength Q.) X-ray

H.) refraction R.) Ultraviolet light

I.) radiation S.) electromagnetic radiation

J.) energy source T.) frequency (v )

 Fill in the blank:

1.) EMR is a dynamic form of energy that propagates as wave motion at a velocity

of c = ___________ cm/sec.

2.) Electromagnetic radiation outside the range of to μm is NOT visible to human eye.

3.) Plank’s constant (h) =

4.) write the formula for the amount of energy held by a photon relating to a specific wavelength
energy of the quantum (Q)

(Q) =

5.) BLUE light is Electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength of around _____ μm and RED light is ____ μm

1.) G.) wavelength

2.K.) Light Detection and Ranging


3.E.) remote sensing-

4. A.) electromagnetic spectrum-

5.I.) radiation:

6.S.) electromagnetic radiation

7. T.) frequency (v )

8.P.) Gamma rays

9.Q.) X-ray

10.B.) Plank’s constant

11. N.) Global Positioning System (GPS)

12 O.) herts (Hz)

13 R.) Ultraviolet light

14 H.) refraction

15 L.) sensor
16 M.) quantum

17 D.) satellite

18 C.) radar

19 J.) energy source

20 F.) radiometer
FINAL EXAM

EG 411 PROPERTY SURVEY

FRI 7:00AM-4:00PM

OCT 20 2017

PROBLEM NO.1

A Relocation survey was conducted to locate the missing corner of the SQUARE shaped lot with
100 meter length DUE NORTH. The Geodetic Engineer sets-up the Total Station with TRUE NORTH
orientation and recorder a traverse shot of 222°50’ 20.00m. , 262°39’114.54m., &
186°46’115.47m. respectively.