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By Siemon W. Muller, Stanford University PHYSICAL Tracing of beds or recognition of a known normal sequence. The top and bottom of ver- tical or steeply inclined beds may be determined by tracing to or correlating with the known normal (upright) sequence (A) in the area where these strata are either only gently folded (at B) or not at all deformed (at A). ~~~~~1~~J~~i~~~~l- Conglomerates. Basal and intraformational conglomerates may contain pebbles and boulders which can be recognized as having been derived from the beds below.
73 1o. 34 2u . 3! 2~ 1~. 9! 12 applicable for modern, interne focusing ordinory work with older, external focusing instruments. struments, add (I foot X sine vertical angle) to total computed vertical distance. 1 Trigonometric Formulas and Functi~o~n~s_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Compiled by R. V. '! tan n And: A=C sin a =B tan n c and cot " = E:l A ~:§: etc. Also: sin u =cos d ; tan u =cot ;1 ; etc. B=C cos" =A cot« Furthermore: C' = A2 + 8 2 C=-£- =-Bsm n cos ct And: rr + :3 = 90° OBLIQUE TRIANGLES A B sin ;i sin,, Therefore: A = ~~~l B =A sin J__ Sin a etc.