Posted by Pin Cushion 

Who still does direct and reverse angles?

I know that several states require redundancy of measurements; however, the same states have closure requirements of 1' in 10,000'... that being said there is no reason to have redundant measurements to achieve this accuracy using  a modern total station of 5" or better.

I rarely measure direct and reverse anymore.

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