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What total error would be expected in elevation of bm pond
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Same as Problem 5.35, except for 64 setups and readings to the nearest 0.01 ft with possible error of ±0.005 ft. each.

Problem 5.35:

A line of levels with 42 setups (84 rod readings) was run from BM Rock to BM Pond with readings taken to the nearest 3.0 mm; hence any observed value could have an error of ±1.5 mm. For reading errors only, what total error would be expected in the elevation of BM Pond?




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