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# PreTest (EMath 8) 18) A curve passes thru (1, 4) and (2, 1).

If y” =2, what is
the equation of the curve.
1) Evaluate the integral of 5(cos6x)(sin2x)dx using the
lower limit =0 and the upper limit =π/2 19) From the previous item, find the area bounded by
this curve and the lines x=0 and y=0
2) Evaluate the integral of cos73x dx with limits from 0
to π/6 20) From the previous item, if the area bounded by the
curve and the line y=9 is revolved about x=3, find the
3) Evaluate∫(1 + 𝑥 3 )2 𝑥 2 𝑑𝑥 volume generated.

from 0 to 1

3 𝑑𝑥
6) Evaluate ∫
𝑥(𝑥+3)

to π/4.

## 8) Evaluate the integral of x dx/(x +1) 8 if it has an upper

limit of 1 and lower limit of 0.

2 2𝑦
9) Evaluate ∫1 ∫0 (𝑥 2 + 𝑦 2 )𝑑𝑥 𝑑𝑦

## 10) A body moves such that its acceleration as a

function of time is a = 2 + 2t, where “t” is in minutes and
“a” is in m/min2. Its velocity after after 1 min is
11m/min. Find the velocity after 2 minutes in m/min.

## 11) A particle moves according to the parametric

equations x=t3 and y=2t2. What is the velocity of the
particle after t=2.

x=0 to x=8

## 15) Determine the area bounded by the curve y=6 cos x

and the x axis from x=π/6 to x= π/2

## 16) Determine the area bounded by the curves x=1/y,

2x-y=0, x=6 and the x axis.

## 17) A cable carrying a uniform weight is suspended in a

parabolic shape shown. Determine the length of the
cable.
Pre Test (E Surveying 1) Line Bearing Distance
AB S 70-14 E 32.24
1) A line AB m long was paced by a surveyor four times
BC S 36-30 W 31.71
with the following data: 144, 145, 143, 146. Another
CD N 65-19 W 17.54
line CB was paced for four times again with the
DE N 80-35 W 36.30
following results: 893, 892, 894, 895.
a) Determine the pace factor of the surveyor EA N 60-08 E 46.44
b) Determine the actual length of line CD.
6) Given the following data of a closed traverse,
c) If line AB was at elevation 478m above sea level
determine the missing data.
and the radius of the earth is 6400km.
a)
determine the reduced distance of line AB along
the sea level Line Bearing Distance
2) A 100m steel tape is used to measure the distance A-B S 9-18 E 39.36
of a line and found to be 1539.28m long. During B-C S 64-46 W 22.04
measurement, the tape is supported at the ends C-D N 87-49 W 19.05
under a pull of 10kg and the observed mean
D-E N 38-45 W 41.66
temperature is 310C. the tape is at standard length
E-A - -
at 200C and a tension of 12kg. The cross sectional
area of the tape is 0.035cm2. the coefficient of b)
linear expansion is 0.0000116/0C and the modulus
of elasticity of steel is 2.0x106kg/cm2. The tape Line Bearing Distance
weighs 1.5kg. A-B S 70-29 E 895
a) Determine the total correction for temperature. B-C S 26-28 E -
b) Determine the total correction due to tension. C-D - 875
c) Determine the total correction due to sag. D-E N 45-31 W 410
3) From the given data of differential leveling shown E-A N 10-00 E 650
Sta BS HI FS ELEV
BM1 1.256 100
TP1 1.116 1.886
TP2 1.228 1.527
TP3 1.189 2.246
TP4 1.07 2.017
TP5 1.831 2.656
TP6 1.489 2.723
BM2 2.548

## a) What is the elevation in TP5?

b) What is the elevation at BM2?
4) Differential leveling is run from BM1 to BM2 at a
distance of 6km. it was observed that the leveling
rod was inclined 4 degrees from the vertical every
time the back sight is taken. The average BS reading
is 2.4m and the average length per setup is 300m.
Determine the correct elevation of BM2 if the
recorded elevation was 68.3m.
5) Calculate the area of the closed traverse given the
tabulated data.
Pre Test (E Survey 2&3) are 180 and 140 respectively. If the common tangent
1) The following data were obtained by stadia of the curve is parallel to the long chord,
measurements: a) Determine the radius of the first curve
Vertical angle =18.230 b) Find the radius of the second curve
Stadia Intercept= 2.20m c) Compute the total length of the curve
Stadia Interval Factor= 95.5 7) The perpendicular distance between two parallel
C= 0.30m tangents of the reverse curve is 35m. Azimuth of
If the height of instrument is 1.62mm and rod the back tangent is 2700 while the common tangent
reading is 1.95m, determine: is 3000. The first radius of curve is 160m and the
a) Horizontal Distance station of PRC is 2+578. Det. The ffg.:
b) Vertical Distance a) Radius of the second curve
c) Inclined distance b) Station of PT
d) Difference in elevation c) Station of PC
2) Disregarding the effects of tides and waves, 8) The back tangent with grade of +3.4% and forward
determine how far out from the sea a boat will be tangent with grade of -4.8% intersects at station
when the light on its mast 18m above the water 14+750 and elevation 76.3m. The two tangents are
disappear from the sight of a man whose eye level is connected by a 320m parabolic curve.
1.5m above the water/ a) Find the location of the highest point from PC.
3) Three hills A, B and C at elevations 135m , 146m, b) Compute the stationing of the highest point of
154m respectively above the sea level. Distance AB the curve.
is 3.9km while BC is 3.1km. c) Determine the elevation of the highest point
a) Find the effect of curvature and refraction 9) A descending grade of 6% and an ascending grade
between A & B; and B & C. of 2% intersects at Sta 12+200 whose elevation is at
b) What would be the height of the tower to be 14.375m. The two grades are to be connected by a
constructed at hill C so that the line of sight will parabolic curve, 160m long. Find the elevation of
clear hill B 2.5m considering the effects of the the first quarter points.
earth’s curvature and refraction. 10) An unsymmetrical parabolic curve connects a +4.2%
4) Considering the effects of curvature and refraction, grade and a -3.4% grade. The length of the curve on
the difference in elevation of points B & C is found the left side of the vertex is 80m and 110m on the
out to be 111.356m. From A in between B and C, other side. If the stationing of the point of
observed angles of elevation to points B and C are intersection is 4+460 and its elevation is 145.2.
18030’ and 8015’. determine the following:
a) If B is 2000m from A how far is C from A? a) Location of the summit of PT.
b) If the elevation of A is equal to 200m, find the b) Stationing of summit.
elevation of B and C. c) Elevation of the summit.
5) Two tangents adjacent to each other having 11) A spiral curve having a length of 100m is to be laid
bearings N 65-30 and S 85-10 E meets at station out in a certain portion of the road. The degree of
11+157.98. if the radius of the simple curve the central curve is 6o.
connecting these two tangents is 249.17m, a) Find the offset distance at the first quarter point
determine the following: of spiral.
a) Tangent distance b) Determine the spiral angle at the third quarter
b) Long chord point of the spiral.
c) Middle ordinate c) Compute the maximum speed of the car that
d) External distance could pass through the spiral without skidding.
e) Degree of curve
f) Length of curve
g) Station of PT.
6) The long chord of a compound curve is 200m and
the angles it makes with the tangent of the curve
12) Given the following cross section of a segment of 15) A 90x 90m square lot is to be divided into 9 square
road to be constructed: sections. The following data are the elevations at the
Sta. 1+000 corners of the sections on the ground surface of the lot.
7.55 0 3.65 If e ground is to be leveled at elevation 5m, find the
+3.64 +1.85 +0.52 total volume of earthworks to be excavated.

## Sta. 1+020 A=8.3 B=7.9 C=10.8 D=6.8

6.55 0 6.55
+2.84 +2.84 +2.84 E=7.6 F=9.2 G=10.6 H=8.6
a) Find the volume of excavation by end area
I=7.2 J=10.2 K=9.4 L=6.9
method
b) Compute the volume by prismoidal formula M=7.2 N=6.2 O=9.6 P=8.9
c) Determine the prismoidal correction
13) It is required to determine the earthwork volume
based on the following section notes:
Sta. 7+460
+0.32 +0.60 +1.92 +1.52 +1.32
4.14 3.50 0 3.5 6.14
Sta. 7+500
+2.7 +3.2 +1.6 +2.0 +2.4
8.9 3.5 0 3.5 8.3
The base of the raod is 7m and the side slope are
2:1
a) Determine the area of the first and second
section
b) Compute the volume of excavation using end
area method
14) Given the following cross sections
Base for cut = 9m Side Slope= 1:1
Base for fill = 8m Side Slope= 1.5:1
Sta. 3+000
5.48 0 5.0
+0.98 +3.05 +0.50
Sta. 3+060
6.76 0 4.63
-1.84 -1.22 -0.42
a) Compute the volume of cut using end area
b) Compute the volume of fill using end area
method

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