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ReMark

The bearing you said you got vs. the bearing you were looking for are opposites of each other. One is NW while the other is SE. Test it and see.

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kamila

does it mean its the same?

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kamila

...and if i put the directions opposite my text will be the right way? ....I did it and the text is fine but is it correct way to do that?

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ReMark

No one at Penn-Foster will care in which direction the line was drawn simply because they are not going to take the time to check. All they care about is whether or not the bearing is correct.

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kamila

thank you so much for your help. i have read the posts and you are doing great job trying to help everybody with whatever issues they have. thank you again :)

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ReMark

Your kind words are much appreciated.

 

You're entirely welcomed. :)

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kamila

hi,

it looks like i am going to have more questions. i am already so tired of this project.

right now i cant figure out those dashed line for total length. "locate two small dashed arcs on the drawing"???where are they? "draw the text describing the boundaries..."???

please, help...

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ReMark

The short dashed line segments would appear at each end of a boundary line. The distance of the boundary line would then be centered between the ends of the line.

 

Ex. ------ 234.56 ------

 

Got it?

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kamila

no :(. does it supposed to come out be itself? do i have to make it? could you give me some directions how to do it?

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ReMark

BoundaryDim.PNG

This is what one student did. Pay particular attention to the objects circled in red.

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kamila

thank you again for your help. i am sure i will come back soon :)

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kamila

hi,

i got it. but i have another problem and i dont know what is wrong. few times all the lines changed to continuous. i fixed it but i dont know how. suddenly the ltscale is 1 for some of the lines to come back to what they supposed to be, but not all of them. when i change ltscale to 50 they cont again. what did i do wrong again? everything was fine so what happened? help me, please. its been over 3 weeks now and i am ready to quit :(

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ReMark

The linetype scale does not change all by itself.

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davper13

Can someone please tell me you please tell me where the offset lines from 1 and 4 came from. I don't see where it is at or what the offset number is for those lines?

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ReMark

The source for those property lines would be the boundary line on the north side of lot #1.

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davper13

Excuse my ignorance but how much are these boundary lines offset by? From the looks of it they don't look like they are offset the same amount.

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ReMark

Offset the boundary line 60 feet. That will give you the south property line of lot #1. The next two property lines are also 60 feet apart. Very simple.

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davper13

I'm sorry if your not understanding me. I am probably not explaining myself well enough. I am talking about the boundary lines outside of the subdivision. The ones that make the roads at the southern and eastern sides of the map. I don't see were those come in. I have the property lines for lots 1, 2 and 3 already done. Do to the instructions that part was very simple. Thanks again!

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ReMark

Those roads are created by offsetting the boundary lines. The ROW (right-of-way) distances are included in the instructions.

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