Hello,

Just got this time off..., i'm not abandoning this thread, just happened we are just so aware of our priorities and been multi-tasking.

Yes, i agree with DB's point in saying---

* "A Triangulation problem is one quite complex surveying topic and in in computing too. It needs at least 3 reference point, and a distance of 1 or 2 sides so to compute the unknown sides of angle.*

It will take you at least 4 semesters to know most of the basics theories…and quite a few years to master the actual practice and application.

Sorry, I cannot attach the scanned pictures of the triangulation problems in surveying for proof. I tried but I think it is too large a picture to post."Yes, It will take someone 5 years of complete schooling to finish B.S in Geodetic Engineering as of present curriculum (just inquired in one College School in Davao that offered such course since my pretty daughter is now contemplating on becoming like his grandpa and uncles!--so no need for me to enroll for a 4th course

)..

Somehow, i'll try to post some topics about Area computations and or methods of determining an area of a tract of land.

There are actually 6 ways, that's according to Juny Pilapil La Putt, the author of the book ELEMENTARY SURVEYING INSTRUCTIONAL MANUAL...

I'll try to attach let me see....