 ### Search result related to8 A survey line ABC crosses a river Point B is on the near bank and point C on the other bank of the river A perpendicular BD is set out at B equal to 120m on the left hand side The bearings observed from D to C and A wear 60 0 and 150 0 respectively The chain age of the point A is 1050m and that of B is 1300m Find the chain age of C

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