16 Multiple choice questions
plan view that shows the building for with boundaries, countours,
existing roads utilities and other details such as existing trees and
person that deals with the design and construction of the physical and
natural built environment, including works such as bridges, roads,
canals, dams and buildings.
- the vertical distance between two adjacent contour lines
- The legal boundary of a parcel of land.
- United States Geological Survey. Responsible for making topographic maps and other maps
- the plan for the design and arrangement of plants. trees, flowers or other built elements that cover the ground on a site
- represented by closed contour lines on plot plan
- north pointing arrow
- a line connecting points which have the same elevation
- angles recorded in degrees,minutes, and seconds used to create property lines on plot plans. Example (S 63 degrees 13' 05" W)
- represented by short dash lines on plot plans
- a person that uses special tools to measure land.
- a reference point used on topographical surveys
- These contour lines have a number written on them, usually darker than other contour lines
distance that the zoning ordinance requires must be maintained between a
structure and property lines or between two structures.
- elevation, layout, and shape of the land