NE base corner of entrance/way - 3 feet, 1 inch.
From a point on the floor directly below the leading edge of the front
sight blade to:
NW base corner of the bed - 4 feet, 6-3/4 inches.
SW base corner of the bed - 3 feet, 7-1/2 inches.
From the open end where it meets the floor to:
NE base corner of the dresser - 3 feet, 2-1/2 inches.
SE base corner of the wall locker - 2 feet, 5 inches.
From the closed (primer) end where it touches the floor to:
NW base corner of the bed - 2 feet, 1/2 inch.
SW base corner of the chair - 3 feet, 8-1/2 inches.
Pattern size - 8 inches by 6 inches.
From the center-of-mass to:
NE top corner of the chair seat - 11 inches.
SE top corner of the chair seat - 10 inches.
Began making the required measurements of the N wall of room #6 and
triangulating the evidence. The attached rough cross-projection sketch
of the wall is drawn as though it had been folded flat on the floor
with the inside surface projected up.
(See Figure 2-3.) Each
measurement should be recorded on the notes and plotted on the sketch.
7 feet, 9 inches long (SE to NE corners).
9 feet, 6 inches wide (SW to SE corners).
Reference Point #1 is a point on the N edge of the N wall, 3 feet 2
inches east of the NW corner of the N wall.
Reference Point #2 is a point on the E edge of the N wall, 4 feet 7
inches south of the NE corner of the N wall.