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Choose the correct complement (complements) for the following statements by checking mark in the box. The shortest distance on a sphere may be: an arc of a great circle. an arc of a meridian. an arc of a parallel. an arc of the equator. The shortest distance on a sphere may be: an arc of a great circle. an arc of a meridian. an arc of a parallel. an arc of the equator. Answer

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Polar spherical triangle formed by: tow meridians and one parallel. tow meridians and an arc of great circle. tow meridians and arc of the equator. three meridians. Polar spherical triangle formed by: tow meridians and one parallel. tow meridians and an arc of great circle. tow meridians and arc of the equator. three meridians. Choose the correct complement (complements) for the following statements by checking mark in the box. Answer

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On an ellipsoid we can consider that: N > M always. N ≥ M. M > N always. M = N at the equator. M = N at the pole. On an ellipsoid we can consider that: N > M always. N ≥ M. M > N always. M = N at the equator. M = N at the pole. Choose the correct complement (complements) for the following statements by checking mark in the box. Answer

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Spherical excess is: a negative value. a positive value. positive or negative value. sometime equal to zero. Spherical excess is: a negative value. a positive value. positive or negative value. sometime equal to zero. Choose the correct complement (complements) for the following statements by checking mark in the box. Answer

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For locations on the meridian of Makka city, Qibla direction may be: 180°. 0° or 180°. 90°. 90° or 270°. For locations on the meridian of Makka city, Qibla direction may be: 180°. 0° or 180°. 90°. 90° or 270°. Choose the correct complement (complements) for the following statements by checking mark in the box. Answer

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The shortest distance on a sphere may be: an arc of a great circle. an arc of a meridian. an arc of a parallel. an arc of the equator. The shortest distance on a sphere may be: an arc of a great circle. an arc of a meridian. an arc of a parallel. an arc of the equator. Choose the correct complement (complements) for the following statements by checking mark in the box.

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Polar spherical triangle formed by: tow meridians and one parallel. tow meridians and an arc of great circle. tow meridians and an arc of the equator. three meridians. Polar spherical triangle formed by: tow meridians and one parallel. tow meridians and an arc of great circle. tow meridians and an arc of the equator. three meridians. Choose the correct complement (complements) for the following statements by checking mark in the box.

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On an ellipsoid we can consider that: N > M always. N ≥ M. M > N always. M = N at the equator. M = N at the pole. On an ellipsoid we can consider that: N > M always. N ≥ M. M > N always. M = N at the equator. M = N at the pole. Choose the correct complement (complements) for the following statements by checking mark in the box.

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Spherical excess is: a negative value. a positive value. positive or negative value. sometime equal to zero. Spherical excess is: a negative value. a positive value. positive or negative value. sometime equal to zero. Choose the correct complement (complements) for the following statements by checking mark in the box.

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For locations on the meridian of Makka city, Qibla direction may be: 180°. 0° or 180°. 90°. 90° or 270°. For locations on the meridian of Makka city, Qibla direction may be: 180°. 0° or 180°. 90°. 90° or 270°. Choose the correct complement (complements) for the following statements by checking mark in the box.

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Find out the coordinates of points A and B In Mercator Projection; Equivalent Cylindrical Projection and Equidistance Cylindrical Projection, considering the sphere as a reference. where: A(40N, 20E); B(60N, 80E); R = 6371 km cylinder is tangent. Find out the coordinates of points A and B In Mercator Projection; Equivalent Cylindrical Projection and Equidistance Cylindrical Projection, considering the sphere as a reference. where: A(40N, 20E); B(60N, 80E); R = 6371 km cylinder is tangent. Answers

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Find out the difference between the Loxodrome and the Orthodrome connecting points A and B, considering the sphere as a reference. Where: A(40N, 20E); B(60N, 80E); R = 6371 km Find out the difference between the Loxodrome and the Orthodrome connecting points A and B, considering the sphere as a reference. Where: A(40N, 20E); B(60N, 80E); R = 6371 km Answers

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XA =XA =XA =XA = YA =YA =YA =YA = XB =XB =XB =XB = YB =YB =YB =YB = XA =XA =XA =XA = YA =YA =YA =YA = XB =XB =XB =XB = YB =YB =YB =YB = XA =XA =XA =XA = YA =YA =YA =YA = XB =XB =XB =XB = YB =YB =YB =YB = In Mercator Projection Equivalent Cylindrical Projection Equidistance Cylindrical Projection

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Loxodrome distance Orthodrome distance Difference

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