PACING ON LEVEL GROUND
1. To obtain individual Pace factor.
2. To determine an unknown distance by individual pacing.
3. To know the significance of using pace factor.
4. To to apply the value of excellence in pacing on level ground.
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A range pole, which may also be called a lining pole, is a pole painted with alternating stripes of different colors in consistent widths used often to site measurements. The tool may be a common one for surveyors, where the colors for the stripes are usually red and white or red and yellow. The colors are picked based on their visibility. One end of the pole will typically have either a pointed tip or gripping shoe to aid in standing it on edge. Longer range poles may be equipped with a tripod or stand.
is a soft, white, porous sedimentary rock, a form of limestone composed of the mineral calcite. This is used in marking measurements on ground.
is a short nail or pin with a circular, sometimes domed, head, used to fasten items such as documents to a wall or board for display. Various designs and names are used. This is used to stick the metering tape to the ground.
50 meter tape
A tape measure or measuring tape is a flexible form of ruler. It consists of a ribbon of cloth, plastic, fiber glass, or metal strip with linear-measurement markings. It is a common measuring tool. Its flexibility allows for a measure of great length to be easily carried in pocket or toolkit and permits one to measure around curves or corners. Today it is ubiquitous, even appearing in miniature form as a keychain fob, or novelty item. Surveyors use tape measures in lengths of over 100 m (300+ ft).
A) Determination of Individual Pace Factor
1. The professor measures and designates a 50m course on a level ground.