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This video explains how to level a ground using geometric leveling techniques. The problem that is being discussed is a numerical problem explained completely on level calibration. The video also covers how to calculate the error of closure of level.

**00:00:00**This 1-minute video explains how to level a ground using geometric leveling techniques. The problem that is being discussed is a numerical problem explained completely on level calibration. The usual instruction given describes all the operations that were made, for example, he level [sic] a ground, established the distance, the number of stations that had to be made that is based on level leveling in-and-out and was asked to determine the most probable level between the two extreme points of the leveling operation determine the height of one of the points that, in the end, is the fundamental topic of this video and determine the ground level level and compare it with tolerance. In the end, to know if the work was done with precision necessary on the ground, we have the two points between which to close the leveling and in green the places we will select to establish the stations both in the journey going in and coming back and in blue the points intermediate that we will have to take into account. First, we make a small drawing where we give name to our stations and in our what is what was written in the consigna of the problem here we are seeing it in reality like where the points are and what each one means for students to have a real and accurate idea of what**00:05:00**This video explains how to calculate the level difference between two points, and demonstrates an example using a map. The video also covers how to calculate the error of closure of level.

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