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What is triangulation of structures?

Triangulation Triangulation is a structure that is used on bridges and they are made up of lots of little triangles. Triangles are so strong because they have a bigger base th (MORE)

Explain 345 method of triangulation?

  if you have a base line of say 10FT then all you have to do is go to your stop point and count back say 3FT then go back to you stop point and go up 4FT then all you hav (MORE)

Triangulation refers to the?

need to find field site that has not been studied before. Triangulation can also refer to a way of finding an unknown location by knowing that it's between other given point (MORE)

What is triangulation in a qualitative research study?

It refers to the application and combination of several research methodologies in the study of the same phenomenon. By combining multiple observers, theories, methods, and emp (MORE)

Does the Brooklyn bridge use triangulation?

Yes the Brooklyn bridge does use triangulation. If you want proof look at a really big picture or use this link below. Zoom in and you can see the triangulation at the sides.
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What is triangulation in psychology?

triangulation is when more than one method is used for studying human behavior   Not quite. The question referred to triangulation within psychology, but the above given an (MORE)

Who discovered triangulation?

Triangulation was first introduced in 1971 by Swiss psychiatrist  Dr. Ernest L. Abelin. It was used to describe transitions in  psychoanalytic object relations theory and pa (MORE)

How do you use triangulation?

Triangulation is a process of locating a certain point by measuring  the distance between that point and other points. A compass is used  for triangulation to measure angles (MORE)
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What is triangulation in rigid structures?

Triangulation is a technique or a method that   uses the shape of a triangle on structures that require a lot of strength to   serve its purpose, this is why it is popul (MORE)