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how do i calculate contour line? here is one triangle of the contour map

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    |dw:1353134091614:dw|

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    yes

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    how did you get 42.5 below 40.5?

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    it was written down on my map

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    hmm doesnt make sense... i find the scale factor

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    126 is the true height difference?

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    and i had to measure the triangle to find the elevation which i measured out to be 126

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    @chemENGINEER do you know how to do this?

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    the thing is i dont really understand your question... maybe if i had the original question then i can do it

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    i measure the triangles 1:20" scale

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    i'll try and upload it tomorrow because its huge

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    it is contour interpolation @AbhimanyuPudi

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    the elevation from 42.5 to 40.5 is correct in w/c you got elevation=2

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    average slope = rise / run

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    what do i do next?

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    do i multiply the 2 by 126 and divide by 2?

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    hmm i think you need to give all the info or the whole prob and pictures here, look like theyre incomplete

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