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In this video, the narrator explains the concept of a cota rasante, or "rasante line." This line is used to determine the equilibrium between excavation and fill material during construction. The narrator explains that, in order to ensure the stability of the project, a first approach should be made before any real construction begins. After establishing the rasante line, geotechnical studies can be done to ensure that the project will be safe.

**00:00:00**In this video, the narrator discusses the concept of a cota rasante, or "rasante line." The rasante line is a predetermined point that is used to determine the equilibrium between excavation and fill material during construction. The narrator explains that, in order to ensure the stability of the project, a first approach should be made before any real construction begins. After establishing the rasante line, geotechnical studies can be done to ensure that the project will be safe.**00:05:00**In this video, the presenter demonstrates how to calculate the slope of a line, using the first form of the factorial. The first number in the equation is the vertical slope, and the second number is the horizontal slope. This means that for every meter vertical, the presenter will move an additional meter horizontally. The presenter then moves to a plan view, and shows how the slope of the line changes depending on the location. For example, in a valley, the vertical slope will be greater than in a ridge. The presenter then explains how to calculate the slope of a line using this information. Finally, the presenter demonstrates how to calculate the slope of a line using a calculator.**00:10:00**The possibility exists that not only is it a talud, but that it could be a line as the one being expressed at this moment, but we will have the possibility of having more prominence with the topic of cuts. I have at this moment that the cut that is used the most is the middle cut, because if I'm allowed to have a very good stability of health and at the same time an economy in the movement of land, then here simply we say that for a vertical meter mix a horizontal and projects and lines from where from the rasante to the intersection of the natural terrain that area may vary by one third, where for each vertical meter I have a horizontal displacement of a third, the third being the point number 33. The line k to show it and obtain a relationship at the fourth is that for each meter of the project I move a quarter of the horizontal meter, that is, 25 cm. When we pass to these types of cuts, because we are guaranteeing that the ground has very good stability, it is possible that an negative talud at the fourth may be, for example, many of our roads where the situation is this: All of this space 13 This perimeter that I am cancelling the

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