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    Angry School Project Help!!

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    hi,

    I have been working on this project, need help!!

    Benchmark 312, exists at the northwest corner of the survey area. it has a elevation of 88.9 feet and its coordinates are 521662,44895
    For the BM symbol, use a 10-foot diameter circle bisected by a horizontal line and a vetical line. it asking me to use hatch apttern ans131, scale 2, angle 45,slelct two
    points in the symbol,point within the northwest and southeast quarter of the symbol. I'm not able to do this, please help

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    What exactly can't you do of that?

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    One minor correction...

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    What [part of your homework] exactly can't you do?
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    all of it

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    sorry it just every project I have been working on has not cime out right, I work all day on 20/20 for kitchen designs, so this is getting me up set

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    No worries.

    Sometimes a picture helps things make more sense:

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    Perhaps this thread will help

    http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showth...ht=penn+foster

    This is another Penn Foster drawing assignment. I wish Penn Foster would correct the instructions.

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    me too, It may help

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    ok, the pic. help, but how did you break the hatching up

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    breaking hatching up (exploding) is an offence punishable by death in these parts

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