What is the difference between a theodolite and a transit?
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Theodolite is an optical instrument used for measuring both horizontal and vertical angles, while a transit is a combination of a theodolite and a level that is used to measure and mark off exact horizontal and vertical distances. The theodolite is used to measure the angle between two points, while the transit is used to measure and mark off distances over a surface.