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01-BASIC NAVIGATION Question 1 of 181 Number: 16529 Question: The maximum difference in distance when proceeding along the great circle between two positions, in stead of the rhumb line, will occur

1. 2. 3. 4.

on East-West tracks at high latitudes. on North-South tracks at low latitudes. on North-South tracks at high latitudes. on East-West tracks at low latitudes.

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Question 2 of 181 Number: 16402 Question: An observer is situated on the parallel of 23.5°S. Which statement about the passage of the apparent sun in relation to this position is correct? 1. It passes through the zenith once a year around March 21st.

2. It passes through the zenith once a year around December 22nd. 3. It passes through the zenith twice a year around March 21st and September 23rd. 4. It passes through the zenith twice a year around June 21st and December 22nd.

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Question 3 of 181 Number: 16388 Question: The Directive Force 1. equals the vertical component of the Earth's magnetic field.

2. is the component of the Earth's magnetic field which aligns the compass needle. 3. is about twice as strong on 60°N/S as on the Equator. 4. is zero over the geographical poles.

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Question 4 of 181 Number: 16414 Question: At (54°N, 020°W) the sun rises on November 28th at 09:01 UTC. At (44°N, 020°W) the sun will rise 1. also at 09:01 UTC since both positions are situated on the same meridian. 2. later since the latter position lies further South. 3. at 07:41 LMT.

4. earlier since the latter position lies further South.

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Question 5 of 181 Number: 16416 Question: What is the correct definition of latitude of a position on the earth? 1. Latitude is the angle between the plane of the ecliptic and the parallel of the position. 2. Latitude is the angle between the plane of the Prime Meridian and the plane of the meridian of the position. 3. Latitude is the angle between the plane of the equator and the line from the centre of the earth to the

position. 4. Latitude is the angle between the earth's rotational axis and the line from the centre of the earth to the position.

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Question 6 of 181 Number: 16446 Question: When proceeding, on a given date, along a parallel towards the East, the moment of sunrise will occur one hour earlier every 15° difference in longitude when it is expressed in 1. LAT (local apparent time)

2. UTC 3. Standard Time 4. LMT

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Question 7 of 181 Number: 16536 Question: Geodetic latitude and geocentric latitude coincide

1. 2. 3. 4.

at the Poles and on the equator. only at the Poles. at 45ºN/S. only on the equator.

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Question 8 of 181 Number: 16686 Question: The time difference in Local Mean Time between sunset at positions A (50°N, 120°E) and B (50°S, 120°E) on the 21st of November is:

1. 2. 3. 4.

some hours and the sun rises earlier in B than in A. negligible small because A and B are located symmetrically to the equator. some hours and the sun rises earlier in A than in B. negligible small because A and B are located at the same meridian.

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Question 9 of 181 Number: 16341 Question: Deviation on the standby compass is

1. 2. 3. 4.

dependent on the heading of the aircraft. positive if the Compass North is to the west of Magnetic North. independent of the latitude of the aircraft's position. zero on the magnetic equator.

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Question 10 of 181 Number: 16364 Question: The long term periodic change in the Earth's Magnetic Field 1. is caused by sunspot activity.

2. is reflected in the slow movement of the magnetic poles. 3. affects mainly the compass deviation. 4. is caused by the westerly movement of the geographic North Pole.

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Question 11 of 181 Number: 16375 Question: The horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field 1. is minimum at the magnetic equator. 2. is maximum at the magnetic poles.s 3. increases with an increase of the magnetic latitude.

4. is very small close to the magnetic poles.

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Question 12 of 181 Number: 16699 Question: Which statement about ST is true? 1. In all cases the standard times at Western longitudes are slow on and at Eastern longitudes fast on UTC. 2. The standard time at 125° W is UTC - 8h20m 3. Standard time is the time that is determined by division of the longitude by 15 and rounding off the answer to the nearest integer. 4. Standard time is determined by the government of the appropriate state and does not necessarily follow

the borders of 15° wide longitude zones.

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Question 13 of 181 Number: 16763 Question: Which statement is correct about the apparent solar day?

1. The duration of the apparent solar day is constant throughout a year due to the constant velocity of the earth in its orbit around the sun. 2. The duration of the apparent solar day is constant throughout a year due to the constant rotational speed of the earth around its axis. 3. The apparent solar day is the period between two successive transits of the mean sun through the same meridian. 4. The apparent solar day is the period between two successive transits of the true sun through the same

meridian.

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Question 14 of 181 Number: 16764 Question: Which statement regarding the apparent sun and the mean sun is correct? 1. The apparent sun is not important for navigation as difference in time with the mean sun is maximal 4 seconds.

2. The apparent sun is the visible sun, the mean sun is a fictitious sun. 3. The mean sun moves along the ecliptic, the apparent sun along the celestial equator. 4. The apparent sun is a fictitious sun coupled to UTC, the mean sun is related to the local mean time.

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Question 15 of 181 Number: 16767 Question: The declination of the sun is defined as: 1. The arc from the celestial horizon to the sun measured along a vertical line perpendicular on the horizon.

2. The angular distance of the sun north or south of the Celestial equator. 3. The arc along the celestial sphere from zenith to the sun. 4. The arc of the meridian of the sun measured from the nearest pole to the sun.

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Question 16 of 181 Number: 16791 Question: The time interval between sunrise and sunset is dependent on: 1. The latitude and the longitude of the observer. 2. The date and the longitude of the observer. 3. The inclination of the axis of the earth and the longitude of the observer.

4. The declination of the sun and the latitude of the observer.

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Question 17 of 181 Number: 16799

Question: The definition of True North for any observer is

1. 2. 3. 4.

the direction of the observer's meridian to the North Pole. the direction of the observer's Magnetic North corrected for local variation. the reading of the observer's compass corrected for deviation and local variation. the direction of the Greenwich meridian to the North Pole.

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Question 18 of 181 Number: 16800 Question: A definition of a Magnetic Track angle is: 1. The direction of the longitudinal axis of an aircraft referenced to Compass North. 2. The direction of a line referenced to the isogonic line to the Magnetic North pole. Compass North.

3. The direction of a line referenced to Magnetic North. 4. The direction of the longitudinal axis of an aircraft referenced to Magnetic North.

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Question 19 of 181 Number: 16801 Question: The main reason for the occurrence of seasons on earth is 1. the distance between the sun and the earth. 2. the elliptical form of the orbit of the earth around the sun. 3. the length of the day as stated by the second law of Kepler.

4. the inclination of the earth axis with regard to the plane of the ecliptic.

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Question 20 of 181 Number: 16804 Question: Which statement is true? 1. The duration of the civil twilight on 21st of March and on 23rd of September is equal at all places on Earth independent of latitude. 2. Only the declination of the sun will affect the duration of civil twilight. 3. Civil twilight at the equator lasts longer than at 60°N or 60°S because the radius of the equator is larger than the radius of the 60°parallel. 4. The declination of the sun and the latitude of the observer will affect the duration of civil twilight.

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Question 21 of 181 Number: 16814 Question: The length of the apparent solar day varies continuously throughout a year. This is caused by: 1. the fact that the earth is closest to the sun around the 1st of January.

2. the tilt of the earth's axis and the elliptical orbit of the earth around the sun. 3. the fact that the earth is closest to the sun around the 1st of July. 4. the equation of time.

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Question 22 of 181 Number: 16815 Question: Which definition of the equator is correct? 1. The equator is a small circle, the plane is parallel to the earth rotational axis. 2. The equator is a small circle with its plane perpendicular to the earth rotational axis. 3. The equator is a greatcircle with its plane parallel to the earth rotational axis.

4. The equator is a greatcircle with its plane perpendicular to the earth rotational axis.

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Question 23 of 181 Number: 16816 Question: Standard time for some areas is listed in the Air Almanac as UTC +13 instead of UTC -11. The reason for this is 1. the sense of earth rotation. 2. the setup of the sunrise/sunset tables. 3. the fact that they are keeping daylight saving time.

4. keeping the same date as the political and or economical entity to which they belong.

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Question 24 of 181 Number: 16826 Question: The direction "magnetic north" at a position on the earth is: 1. the isogonal to the magnetic North pole.

2. the direction of the horizontal component of the of the earth's magnetic field at that position. 3. the compass North at that position corrected for variation. 4. the great circle between the position and the magnetic north pole.

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Question 25 of 181 Number: 16855 Question: In which statement is the "Mean Sun" best described? 1. The mean sun is a fictitious sun coinciding each year with the apparent sun at the Spring Equinox and travelling along the ecliptic at uniform speed. 2. The mean sun is a fictitious sun the orbit of which coincides with that of the apparent sun, but is corrected for the mean difference in hour angle.

3. The mean sun is a fictitious sun the orbit of which coincides with that of the apparent sun, but is corrected for mean astronomical and atmospheric refraction. 4. The mean sun is a fictitious sun coinciding each year with the apparent sun at the Spring Equinox and

travelling along the celestial equator at uniform speed.

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Question 26 of 181 Number: 16865 Question: Which statement about the orbit of the earth is correct? 1. The orbit of the Earth is a circle with the sun at a point next to its centre.

2. The orbit of the earth around the sun is an ellipse with the sun at one of the foci. 3. The orbit of the earth around the sun is a circle with the sun at its centre. 4. The orbit of the earth around the sun is an ellipse with the sun at a point halfway between the two foci.

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Question 27 of 181 Number: 16866 Question: The reason that the solar day lasts longer than the sidereal day is that 1. the orbital speed of the earth around its axis diminishes slowly. 2. the sun has an own movement through the universe opposite to the movement of the earth due to the gravitational forces of celestial bodies. 3. the orbital track of the earth around the sun is an ellipse. 4. both the direction of rotation of the Earth around its axis and its orbital rotation around the sun are the

same.

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Question 28 of 181 Number: 196 Question: Position A is located on the equator at longitude 130°00E. Position B is located 100 NM from A on a bearing of 225°(T). The coordinates of position B are: 1. 01°11'N 131°11'E 2. 01°11'N 128°49'E

3. 01°11'S 128°49'E 4. 01°11'S 131°11'E

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Question 29 of 181 Number: 197 Question: In order to fly from position A (10°00'N, 030°00'W) to position B (30°00'N, 050°00'W), maintaining a constant true course, it is necessary to fly: 1. a straight line plotted on a Lambert chart

2. a rhumb line track 3. the great-circle route 4. the constant average drift route

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Question 30 of 181 Number: 198 Question: The rhumb line track between position A (45°00'N, 010°00'W) and position B (48°30'N, 015°00'W) is approximately: 1. 300 2. 345 3. 330

4. 315

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Question 31 of 181 Number: 199 Question: The diameter of the Earth is approximately: 1. 40 000 km

2. 12 700 km 3. 6 350 km 4. 18 500 km

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Question 32 of 181 Number: 200 Question: The maximum difference between geocentric and geodetic latitude occurs at about: 1. 60° North and South 2. 0° North and South (equator)

3. 45° North and South 4. 90° North and South

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Question 33 of 181 Number: 314 Question: If an aeroplane was to circle around the Earth following parallel 60°N at a ground speed of 480 kt. In order to circle around the Earth along the equator in the same amount of time, it should fly at a ground speed of: 1. 550 kt 2. 480 kt

3. 960 kt 4. 240 kt

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Question 34 of 181 Number: 320 Question: An aircraft passes position A (60°00'N 120°00'W) on route to position B (60°00'N 140°30'W). What is the great circle track on departure from A? 1. 270° 2. 288°

3. 279° 4. 261°

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Question 35 of 181 Number: 321 Question: A great circle track joins position A (59°S 141°W) and B (61°S 148°W). What is the difference between the great circle track at A and B?

1. 2. 3. 4.

It increases by 6° It decreases by 3° It increases by 3° It decreases by 6°

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Question 36 of 181 Number: 322 Question: What is the longitude of a position 6 NM to the east of 58°42'N 094°00'W? 1. 093°54.0'W 2. 094°12.0'W 3. 093°53.1'W

4. 093°48.5'W

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Question 37 of 181 Number: 20 Question: An aircraft departs from position A (04°10' S 178°22'W) and flies northward following the meridian for 2950 NM. It then flies westward along the parallel of latitude for 382 NM to position B. The coordinates of position B are? 1. 53°20'N 172°38'E 2. 45°00'N 169°22W 3. 53°20'N 169°22W

4. 45°00'N 172°38'E

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Question 38 of 181 Number: 21 Question: The angle between the true great-circle track and the true rhumb-line track joining the following points: A (60° S 165° W) B (60° S 177° E), at the place of departure A, is: 1. 9° 2. 15.6° 3. 5.2°

4. 7.8°

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Question 39 of 181 Number: 22 Question: Given: Waypoint 1. 60°S 030°W, Waypoint 2. 60°S 020°W. What will be the approximate latitude shown on the display unit of an inertial navigation system at longitude 025°W? 1. 060°11'S 2. 060°00'S 3. 059°49'S

4. 060°06'S

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Question 40 of 181 Number: 23 Question: What is the time required to travel along the parallel of latitude 60° N between meridians 010° E and 030° W at a groundspeed of 480 kt?

1. 2. 3. 4.

2 HR 30 MIN 1 HR 15 MIN 5 HR 00 MIN 1 HR 45 MIN

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Question 41 of 181 Number: 1171 Question: The angle between the plane of the ecliptic and the plane of equator is approximately: 1. 25.3°

2. 23.5°

3. 66.5° 4. 27.5°

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Question 42 of 181 Number: 1172 Question: The duration of civil twilight is the time:

1. 2. 3. 4.

between sunset and when the centre of the sun is 6° below the celestial horizon between sunset and when the centre of the sun is 12° below the celestial horizon needed by the sun to move from the apparent height of 0° to the apparent height of 6° agreed by the international aeronautical authorities which is 12 minutes

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Question 43 of 181 Number: 1173 Question: On the 27th of February, at 52°S and 040°E, the sunrise is at 0243 UTC. On the same day, at 52°S and 035°W, the sunrise is at: 1. 0523 UTC 2. 2143 UTC 3. 0243 UTC

4. 0743 UTC

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Question 44 of 181 Number: 1174 Question: An aeroplane flies from A (59°S 142°W) to B (61°S 148°W) with a TAS of 480 kt. The autopilot is engaged and coupled with an Inertial Navigation System in which AB track is active. On route AB, the true track: 1. decreases by 6° 2. varies by 10° 3. varies by 4°

4. increases by 5°

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Question 45 of 181 Number: 1175 Question: The rhumb-line distance between points A (60°00'N 002°30'E) and B (60°00'N 007°30'W) is: 1. 450 NM 2. 150 NM 3. 600 NM

4. 300 NM

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Question 46 of 181 Number: 1176 Question: An aircraft is over position HO (55°30'N 060°15'W), where YYR VOR (53°30'N 060°15'W) can be received. The magnetic variation is 31°W at HO and 28°W at YYR. What is the radial from YYR? 1. 208° 2. 332° 3. 031°

4. 028°

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Question 47 of 181 Number: 872 Question: The great circle distance between position A (59°34.1'N 008°08.4'E) and B (30°25.9'N 171°51.6'W) is:

1. 2. 3. 4.

5 400 NM 10 800 NM 2 700 NM 10 800 km

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Question 48 of 181 Number: 875 Question: Given: Position A 45°N, ?°E, Position B 45°N, 45°15'E, Distance A-B = 280 NM, B is to the East of A. Required: longitude of position A? 1. 40°33'E

2. 38°39'E 3. 51°51'E 4. 49°57'E

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Question 49 of 181 Number: 2314 Question: When is the magnetic compass most effective? 1. On the geographic equator 2. In the region of the magnetic North Pole.

3. About midway between the magnetic poles 4. In the region of the magnetic South Pole.

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Question 50 of 181 Number: 2308 Question: An aircraft flies a great circle track from 56° N 070° W to 62° N 110° E. The total distance travelled is? 1. 2040 NM 2. 1788 NM

3. 3720 NM 4. 5420 NM

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Question 51 of 181 Number: 2309 Question: Isogrives are lines that connect positions that have: 1. O° magnetic dip 2. the same variation 3. the same horizontal magnetic field strength

4. the same grivation

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Question 52 of 181 Number: 2310 Question: What is the meaning of the term "standard time" ? 1. It is another term for UTC 2. It is the time zone system applicable only in the USA

3. It is the time set by the legal authorities for a country or part of a country 4. It is an expression for local mean time

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Question 53 of 181 Number: 2311 Question: What is the local mean time, position 65°25'N 123°45'W at 2200 UTC? 1. 2200 2. 0615 3. 0815

4. 1345

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Question 54 of 181 Number: 2312

Question: An Agonic line is a line that connects: 1. points of equal magnetic horizontal field strength

2. positions that have 0° variation 3. positions that have the same variation 4. points of equal magnetic dip

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Question 55 of 181 Number: 2893 Question: The main reason that day and night, throughout the year, have different duration, is due to the:

1. 2. 3. 4.

inclination of the ecliptic to the equator gravitational effect of the sun and moon on the speed of rotation of the earth earth's rotation relative speed of the sun along the ecliptic

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Question 56 of 181 Number: 2894 Question: The lines on the earth's surface that join points of equal magnetic variation are called: 1. isotachs 2. isogrives 3. isoclines

4. isogonals

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Question 57 of 181 Number: 2895 Question: An aircraft departing A(N40º 00´ E080º 00´) flies a constant true track of 270º at a ground speed of 120 kt. What are the coordinates of the position reached in 6 HR? 1. N40º 00´ E068º 10´

2. N40º 00´ E064º 20´ 3. N40º 00´ E060º 00´ 4. N40º 00´ E070º 30´

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Question 58 of 181 Number: 3079 Question: Compass deviation is defined as the angle between: 1. the horizontal and the total intensity of the earth's magnetic field 2. True North and Magnetic North 3. True North and Compass North

4. Magnetic North and Compass North

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Question 59 of 181 Number: 3083 Question: The angle between True North and Magnetic North is called: 1. drift

2. variation 3. compass error 4. deviation

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Question 60 of 181 Number: 3084 Question: Deviation applied to magnetic heading gives: 1. magnetic track 2. magnetic course

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Question 61 of 181 Number: 3085 Question: A nautical mile is equivalent to: 1. 1012 m 2. 1500 m 3. 1609 m

4. 1852 m

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Question 62 of 181 Number: 3086 Question: An aircraft flies the following rhumb line tracks and distances from position 04°00'N 030°00'W: 600 NM South, then 600 NM East, then 600 NM North, then 600 NM West. The final position of the aircraft is: 1. 04°00'N 030°02'W 2. 03°58'N 030°02'W 3. 04°00'N 030°00'W

4. 04°00'N 029°58'W

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Question 63 of 181 Number: 3087 Question: What is the final position after the following rhumb line tracks and distances have been followed from position 60°00'N 030°00'W? South for 3600 NM, East for 3600 NM, North for 3600 NM, West for 3600 NM. The final position of the aircraft is: 1. 59°00'N 060°00'W

2. 60°00'N 090°00'W 3. 59°00'N 090°00'W 4. 60°00'N 030°00'E

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Question 64 of 181 Number: 12810 Question: How many small circles can be drawn between any two points on a sphere? 1. None. 2. One. 3. Two.

4. An unlimited number.

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Question 65 of 181 Number: 12814 Question: An island is observed to be 30° to the right of the nose of the aircraft. The aircraft heading is 290°(M), variation 10°(E). The bearing °(T) from the aircraft to the island is: 1. 250

2. 330 3. 310 4. 270

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Question 66 of 181 Number: 12815 Question: An aircraft was over 'Q' at 1320 hours flying direct to 'R'. Given: Distance 'Q' to 'R' 3016 NM True airspeed 480 kt Mean wind component 'out' -90 kt Mean wind component 'back' +75 kt. Safe endurance 10:00 HR. The distance from 'Q' to the Point of Safe Return (PSR) 'Q' is: 1. 1510 NM

2. 2290 NM 3. 2370 NM 4. 1310 NM

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Question 67 of 181 Number: 12817 Question: An aircraft is following the 45°N parallel of latitude. The track followed is a: 1. constant-drift track

2. rhumb line 3. great circle 4. constant-heading track

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Question 68 of 181 Number: 12822 Question: A great circle on the Earth running from the North Pole to the South Pole is called: 1. a longitude.

2. a meridian. 3. a difference of longitude. 4. a parallel of latitude.

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Question 69 of 181 Number: 12847 Question: If you are flying along a parallel of latitude, you are flying: 1. on a track which is constantly changing direction. 2. on a north - south track. 3. a great circle track.

4. a rhumb line track.

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Question 70 of 181 Number: 12867 Question: If the Compass Heading is 265°, variation is 33° W and deviation is 3°E, what is the True Heading? 1. 229° 2. 295°

3. 235° 4. 301°

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Question 71 of 181 Number: 12906 Question: What is the length of one degree of longitude at latitude 60° South? 1. 60 NM

2. 30 NM 3. 90 NM 4. 52 NM

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Question 72 of 181 Number: 12909 Question: The north and south magnetic poles are the only positions on the earth's surface where:

1. 2. 3. 4.

a freely suspended compass needle would stand vertical the value of magnetic variation equals 90° a freely suspended compass needle will stand horizontal a position where the horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field is a maximum

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Question 73 of 181 Number: 12910 Question: The initial great circle track from A to B is 080° and the rhumb line track is 083°. What is the initial great circle track from B to A and in which Hemisphere are the two positions located? 1. 266° and in the southern hemisphere. 2. 260° and in the southern hemisphere. 3. 260° and in the northern hemisphere.

4. 266° and in the northern hemisphere.

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Question 74 of 181 Number: 12914 Question: When the time is 2000 UTC, it is: 1. 1200 LMT at 60° East.

2. 1400 LMT at 90° West. 3. 0800 LMT at the Prime meridian.

4. 2400 LMT at 120° West.

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Question 75 of 181 Number: 12915 Question: The distance along a meridian between 63°55'N and 13°47'S is: 1. 7702 NM 2. 3008 NM

3. 4662 NM 4. 5008 NM

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Question 76 of 181 Number: 12918 Question: In which occasions does the rhumb line track and the great circle track coincide on the surface of the Earth? 1. On East - West tracks in the northern hemisphere north of the magnetic equator. 2. On high latitude tracks directly East - West. 3. On East - West tracks in polar areas.

4. On tracks directly North - South and on East - West tracks along the Equator.

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Question 77 of 181 Number: 12919 Question: In the Northern Hemisphere the rhumb line track from position A to B is 230°, the covergency is 6° and the difference in longitude is 10°. What is the initial rhumb line track from B to A?

1. 2. 3. 4.

050° 056° 047° 053°

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Question 78 of 181 Number: 12921 Question: How many degrees has the mean sun moved along the celestial equator in 8 hours and 8 minutes?

1. 2. 3. 4.

122° 56° 18° 148°

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Question 79 of 181 Number: 12922 Question: The great circle bearing of position B from position A in the Northern Hemisphere is 040°. If the Conversion Angle is 4°, what is the great circle bearing of A from B?

1. 2. 3. 4.

228° 212° 224° 220°

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Question 80 of 181 Number: 12929 Question: How does the convergency of any two meridians on the Earth change with varying latitude? 1. It is of constant value and does not change with latitude.

2. It changes as sine of latitude. 3. It increases with decrease of latitude. 4. It changes as cosine of latitude.

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Question 81 of 181 Number: 12931 Question: When flying on a westerly great circle track in the Southern Hemisphere you will: 1. always have the rhumb line track between the departure point and the destination to the left of your great circle track.

2. experience an increase in the value of true track. 3. experience a decrease in the value of true track. 4. fly a spiral and finally end up at the south pole.

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Question 82 of 181 Number: 12932 Question: Given: True Track 245° Drift 5° right Variation 3° E Compass Hdg 242° Calculate the deviation.

1. 2. 3. 4.

5° W 1° E 11° E 5° E

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Question 83 of 181

Number: 12933 Question: When the time is 1400 LMT at 90° West, it is: 1. 0600 LMT at the Prime meridian. 2. 1400 LMT at 90° East. 3. 1000 LMT at 60° West.

4. 1200 LMT at 120° West.

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Question 84 of 181 Number: 12938 Question: Which of the following alternatives is correct when you cross the international date line? 1. If you are crossing from westerly longitude to easterly longitude the date will remain the same.

2. The date will increase if you are crossing on a westerly heading. 3. The date will always be the same. 4. The date will increase if you are crossing on a easterly heading.

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Question 85 of 181 Number: 12939 Question: Which is the highest latitude listed below at which the sun will rise above the horizon and set every day? 1. 66° 2. 68°

3. 62° 4. 72°

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Question 86 of 181 Number: 12942 Question: Given: True Track 245° Drift 5° right Variation 3° E Compass Hdg 242° Calculate the Magnetic Heading. 1. 253° 2. 247°

3. 237° 4. 243°

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Question 87 of 181 Number: 15901 Question: Which figure in the Appendix represents the geocentric latitude of position P, which is situated above the surface of the ellipsoid?

1. figure A 2. figure D

3. figure B 4. figure C

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Question 88 of 181 Number: 15908 Question: Which figure in the Appendix represents the geographic latitude of position P, which is situated above the surface of the ellipsoid? 1. figure B

2. figure A 3. figure D 4. figure C

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Question 89 of 181 Number: 15929 Question: An aircraft is in the position (86ºN, 020ºE). When following a rhumb line track of 085º(T) it will: 1. fly to the north via an arbitrary line. 2. follow a line which lies at first to the North of the parallel of 86ºN but after having passed a DL of 180º to the South of it. 3. follow a small circle which lies to the North of the parallel of 86ºN.

4. fly via a spiral to the North Pole.

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Question 90 of 181 Number: 15773 Question: Which statement about the duration of daylight is true? 1. In summer the length of the period of daylight decreases with increasing latitude. 2. On September 10th the duration of daylight is longer on the Southern Hemisphere than on the Northern Hemisphere. 3. Close to the solstices the influence of latitude on the duration of daylight is at its smallest.

4. Close to the equinoxes the influence of latitude on the duration of daylight is at its smallest.

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Question 91 of 181 Number: 15664 Question: With an increase in magnetic latitude there will be a decrease in the 1. total magnetic force of the Earth's magnetic field. 2. angle of dip.

3. directive force. 4. vertical component of the Earth's magnetic field.

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Question 92 of 181 Number: 15476 Question: On the earth's ellipsoid one degree of latitude near the equator is 1. more than 60 NM but less than 61 NM

2. less than 60 NM 3. more than 60 NM 4. 60 NM

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Question 93 of 181 Number: 15452 Question: Two places on the parallel of 47ºS lie 757.8 km apart. Calculate the difference in longitude. 1. 4º51' 2. 9º19'

3. 10º00' 4. 4º39'

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Question 94 of 181 Number: 15453 Question: In a sunrise/sunset table given for the 28th of June at a certain latitude, sunrise is gven as 0239 and sunset is given as 2127. What is the latitude? 1. 80°N 2. 55°S 3. 00° N/S

4. 60°N

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Question 95 of 181 Number: 15383 Question: A VOR is situated at position (74ºN, 094ºW); local variation is 50ºW. A Polar Stereographic chart supplied with a Greenwich grid is used for navigation. To proceed along (magnetic) radial 238 inbound an aircraft has to follow a Grid Track of:

1. 103º

2. 193º 3. 013º 4. 283º

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Question 96 of 181 Number: 15384 Question: Thule VOR is located at (76°32'N, 68°15'W). A Polar Stereographic chart with the grid aligned with the Greenwich meridian is to be used. The local variation is 75°W. Which grid track must be maintained to track radial 210(M) inbound? 1. 323°(G) 2. 203°(G) 3. 285°(G)

4. 023°(G)

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Question 97 of 181 Number: 15386 Question: A route is drawn from (75°00'N, 060°00'E) to (75°00'N, 030°00'W) on a Polar Stereographic chart with the grid aligned with the Greenwich meridian. The Grid Track (GT) is:

1. 2. 3. 4.

255º(G) 285º(G) 225º(G) 315º(G)

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Question 98 of 181 Number: 15377 Question: A route is flown from (80°S, 100°W) to (80°S, 140°E). At 160°W the Grid Track (GT) and True Track (TT) on a Polar Stereographic chart with a grid orientated on the 180º meridian are respectively:

1. 2. 3. 4.

290°(G) and 270°(T) 270°(G) and 110°(T) 110°(G) and 270°(T) 270°(G) and 290°(T)

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Question 99 of 181 Number: 15421 Question: Route A - B is drawn on a Southern Polar Stereographic chart whose grid is aligned with the Greenwich meridian. The true track of the straight line at A is 120°. When passing the meridian of 100°E the true track is 090°. The grid track of this route on the chart is: 1. 030º(G) 2. 120º(G)

3. 190º(G) 4. 350º(G)

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Question 100 of 181 Number: 16882 Question: Which definition describes best the notion "Poles"? 1. The poles are the points on the surface of the earth where gravity acts under an angle of exactly 90º. 2. The Poles are the points on the surface of the earth which have the same distance to all points of the ecliptic.

3. The Poles are the points of intersection between the earth's axis and the surface of the earth. 4. The Poles are the points of intersection between the surface of the earth and the extended line joining the star Polaris with the centre of the earth.

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Question 101 of 181 Number: 1509 Question: The outer marker of an ILS with a 3° glide slope is located 4.6 NM from the threshold. Assuming a glide slope height of 50 FT above the threshold, the approximate height of an aircraft passing the outer marker is:

1. 2. 3. 4.

1450 FT 1350 FT 1300 FT 1400 FT

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Question 102 of 181 Number: 1520 Question: Use the Air Almanac Tables. The UTC of sunrise on 6 December at WINNIPEG (Canada) (49°50'N 097°30'W) is: 1. 2230

2. 1413 3. 0113 4. 0930

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Question 103 of 181 Number: 1521 Question: Use the Air Almanac Tables. When it is 1000 Standard Time in Kuwait, the Standard Time in Algeria is: 1. 0700

2. 0800 3. 1200 4. 1300

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Question 104 of 181 Number: 1522 Question: The value of magnetic variation: 1. must be 0° at the magnetic equator

2. has a maximum of 180° 3. cannot exceed 90° 4. varies between a maximum of 45° East and 45° West

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Question 105 of 181 Number: 1527 Question: The Great Circle bearing from A (70°S 030°W) to B (70°S 060°E) is approximately: 1. 312°(T)

2. 132°(T) 3. 090°(T) 4. 048°(T)

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Question 106 of 181 Number: 1536 Question: The horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field: 1. weakens with increasing distance from the nearer magnetic pole 2. is approximately the same at all magnetic latitudes less than 60°

3. is stronger closer to the magnetic equator 4. weakens with increasing distance from the magnetic poles

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Question 107 of 181 Number: 1541 Question: Use the Air Almanac Tables. When it is 0600 Standard Time in Queensland (Australia) the Standard Time in Hawaii (USA) is: 1. 0200 2. 1200 3. 0600

4. 1000

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Question 108 of 181 Number: 2148 Question: Given: true track is 348°, drift 17° left, variation 32° W, deviation 4°E. What is the compass heading?

1. 2. 3. 4.

033° 337° 359° 007°

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Question 109 of 181 Number: 2149 Question: The circumference of the earth is approximately:

1. 2. 3. 4.

21600 NM 10800 NM 43200 NM 5400 NM

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Question 110 of 181 Number: 2150 Question: Isogonic lines connect positions that have: 1. the same angle of magnetic dip 2. 0° variation 3. the same elevation

4. the same variation

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Question 111 of 181 Number: 2151 Question: The Local Mean Time at longitude 095°20'W, at 0000 UTC, is: 1. 0621:20 same day

2. 1738:40 previous day 3. 1738:40 same day 4. 0621:20 previous day

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Question 112 of 181 Number: 2152 Question: 5 HR 20 MIN 20 SEC corresponds to a longitude difference of: 1. 78°45' 2. 75°00'

3. 80°05' 4. 81°10'

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Question 113 of 181 Number: 2153 Question: What is the value of the magnetic dip at the magnetic south pole ? 1. 0°

2. 90° 3. 60° 4. 45°

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Question 114 of 181 Number: 2143 Question: A Rhumb line is: 1. any straight line on a Lambert projection

2. a line on the surface of the earth cutting all meridians at the same angle 3. a line convex to the nearest pole on a Mercator projection 4. the shortest distance between two points on a Polyconic projection

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Question 115 of 181 Number: 4295 Question: In which two months of the year is the difference between the transit of the Apparent Sun and Mean Sun across the Greenwich Meridian the greatest?

1. 2. 3. 4.

February and November June and December April and August March and September

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Question 116 of 181

Number: 4296 Question: What is the highest latitude listed below at which the sun will reach an altitude of 90° above the horizon at some time during the year? 1. 0° 2. 45°

3. 23.5° 4. 66°

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Question 117 of 181 Number: 4297 Question: Assuming mid-latitudes (40° to 50°N/S). At which time of year is the relationship between the length of day and night, as well as the rate of change of declination of the sun, changing at the greatest rate? 1. Winter solstice and autumn equinox

2. Spring equinox and autumn equinox 3. summer solstice and winter solstice 4. Summer solstice and spring equinox

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Question 118 of 181 Number: 4298 Question: At what approximate date is the earth closest to the sun (perihelion)? 1. End of June 2. Beginning of July

3. Beginning of January 4. End of March

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Question 119 of 181 Number: 4299 Question: At what approximate date is the earth furthest from the sun (aphelion)? 1. End of September

2. Beginning of July 3. End of December 4. Beginning of January

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Question 120 of 181 Number: 4300 Question: A flight is to be made from 'A' 49°S 180°E/W to 'B' 58°S, 180°E/W. The distance in kilometres from 'A' to 'B' is approximately:

1. 540 2. 804 3. 1222

4. 1000

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Question 121 of 181 Number: 4301 Question: An aircraft at position 60°N 005°W tracks 090°(T) for 315 km. On completion of the flight the longitude will be: 1. 000°15'E 2. 002°10'W

3. 000°40'E 4. 005°15'E

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Question 122 of 181 Number: 4302 Question: The 'departure' between positions 60°N 160°E and 60°N 'x' is 900 NM. What is the longitude of 'x'? 1. 175°E 2. 140°W 3. 145°E

4. 170°W

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Question 123 of 181 Number: 4303 Question: An aircraft at latitude 02°20'N tracks 180°(T) for 685 km. On completion of the flight the latitude will be: 1. 09°05'S 2. 04°30'S

3. 03°50'S 4. 04°10'S

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Question 124 of 181 Number: 4304 Question: An aircraft at latitude 10° South flies north at a GS of 890 km/HR. What will its latitude be after 1.5 HR? 1. 12°15'N

2. 02°00'N 3. 03°50'N 4. 22°00'N

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Question 125 of 181 Number: 4305 Question: An aircraft at latitude 10°North flies south at a groundspeed of 445 km/HR. What will be its latitude after 3 HR? 1. 03°50'S 2. 12°15'S 3. 22°00'S

4. 02°00'S

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Question 126 of 181 Number: 5563 Question: The circumference of the parallel of latitude at 60°N is approximately: 1. 34 641 NM

2. 10 800 NM 3. 18 706 NM 4. 20 000 NM

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Question 127 of 181 Number: 5565 Question: Seasons are due to the: 1. Earth's rotation on its polar axis 2. Earth's elliptical orbit around the Sun 3. variable distance between Earth and Sun

4. inclination of the polar axis with the ecliptic plane

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Question 128 of 181 Number: 5566 Question: Given: Position 'A' N60 W020, Position 'B' N60 W021, Position 'C' N59 W020. What are, respectively, the distances from A to B and from A to C? 1. 60 NM and 30 NM 2. 60 NM and 52 NM 3. 52 NM and 60 NM

4. 30 NM and 60 NM

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Question 129 of 181 Number: 5569 Question: A negative (westerly) magnetic variation signifies that: 1. Compass North is East of Magnetic North

2. True North is East of Magnetic North 3. Compass North is West of Magnetic North 4. True North is West of Magnetic North

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Question 130 of 181 Number: 5572 Question: Given: The coordinates of the heliport at Issy les Moulineaux are N48°50' E002°16.5'. What are the coordinates of the position directly on the opposite side of the earth? 1. S41°10' E177°43.5' 2. S41°10' W177°43.5' 3. S48°50' E177°43.5'

4. S48°50' W177°43.5'

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Question 131 of 181 Number: 5575 Question: Isogonals are lines of equal: 1. wind velocity. 2. pressure. 3. compass deviation.

4. magnetic variation.

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Question 132 of 181 Number: 5580 Question: Given : A is N55° 000°, B is N54° E010°, The average true course of the great circle is 100°. The true course of the rhumbline at point A is:

1. 100° 2. 107° 3. 096°

4. 104°

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Question 133 of 181 Number: 5582 Question: Given: Position 'A' is N00° E100°, Position 'B' is 240°(T), 200 NM from 'A'. What is the position of 'B'? 1. S01°40' E101°40' 2. N01°40' E097°07' 3. N01°40' E101°40'

4. S01°40' E097°07'

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Question 134 of 181 Number: 5545 Question: At the magnetic equator, when accelerating after take off on heading West, a direct reading pivot suspended compass: 1. overreads the heading

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Question 135 of 181 Number: 5739 Question: The angle between Magnetic North and Compass North is called: 1. magnetic variation 2. alignment error 3. compass error

4. compass deviation

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Question 136 of 181 Number: 5740 Question: The north and south magnetic poles are the only positions on the earth's surface where: 1. a position where the horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field is a maximum 2. the value of magnetic variation equals 90°

3. a freely suspended compass needle would stand vertical 4. a freely suspended compass needle will stand horizontal

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Question 137 of 181 Number: 11394 Question: A nautical mile is:

1. 2. 3. 4.

1852 metres 1500metres 1609 metres 1012 metres

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Question 138 of 181 Number: 11405 Question: Morning Civil twilight begins when: 1. the centre of the sun is 12° below the celestial horizon 2. the sun's upper edge is tangential to the celestial horizon

3. the centre of the sun is 6° below the celestial horizon 4. the centre of the sun is 18° below the celestial horizon

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Question 139 of 181 Number: 11007 Question: Given: value for the flattening of the Earth is 1/298. Earth's semi-major axis, as measured at the equator, equals 6378.4 km. What is the semi-minor axis (km) of the earth at the axis of the poles? 1. 6 378.4 2. 6 399.9 3. 6 367.0

4. 6 357.0

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Question 140 of 181 Number: 14255 Question: Given: Variation is 6°W. Isogonic lines Jan 2002. Average annual increase 10'. Calculate: Variation in 2005. 1. 6.3°W

2. 6.5°W 3. 5.5°W 4. 5.5°E

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Question 141 of 181

Number: 14256 Question: Position A = (56°00.0''S, 163°57.2''E) Position B = (56°00.0''S, 171°47.4''W) For the route from A to B the 1. rhumb line distance is 1206.6 NM.

2. great circle direction at B is 080.7° 3. great circle direction at B is 100.1°. 4. rhumb line distance is 1455.4 NM.

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Question 142 of 181 Number: 14258 Question: The first law of Kepler states: 1. Planets move around the sun in a circular orbit. 2. The angular speed of the planet in the orbit around the sun is constant.

3. Planets move in elliptic orbits with the sun in one of the foci. 4. All planets orbit around the sun at the same speed.

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Question 143 of 181 Number: 14259 Question: What is meant by "Aphelion"? 1. The point of the sun''s orbit closest to the earth.

2. The point of the earth''s orbit furthest away from the sun. 3. The point of the sun''s orbit furthest away from the earth. 4. The point of the earth''s orbit closest to the sun.

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Question 144 of 181 Number: 14260 Question: Which statement about meridians is correct? 1. The plane of a meridian is parallel to the equator. 2. All meridians are parallel to the Meridian of Greenwich. 3. A meridian is a complete great circle of 360°.

4. A meridian and its anti-meridian form a complete great circle.

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Question 145 of 181 Number: 14212 Question: Keplar's second law states: 1. each planet's radius vector, sun to earth, moves at a constant angular speed

2. each planet revolves so that the radius vector, sun to earth, sweeps out equal area in equal intervals of

time 3. the area swept out by the radius vector of each planet, sun to earth, per hour, increasing with increasing length of the radius vector 4. the length of the radius vector, sun to earth, is proportional to the square root of its angular speed

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Question 146 of 181 Number: 14213 Question: The local hour angle of the mean sun at 1200 LMT is: 1. 090 2. 270

3. 000 4. 180

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Question 147 of 181 Number: 14214 Question: Location A is at 50ºN 030ºW and location B is at 50ºS 030ºW. On 27th November it is noted that: 1. Sunrise will be earlier at A than it is at B and sunset will be later at A than it is at B.

2. Sunrise will be later at A than it is at B and sunset will be earlier at A than it is at B. 3. Sunrise will be earlier at A than it is at B and sunset will be earlier at A than it is at B 4. Sunrise and sunset will be at the same time at A and B.

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Question 148 of 181 Number: 14357 Question: A rhumb line from a position 86°N 30°W has an initial track of 085°T is it:

1. 2. 3. 4.

a spiral to the North pole a small circle north of 86°N a random northerly track to the pole initially North 86°N and 180° later South of 86°N

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Question 149 of 181 Number: 14362 Question: When crossing the International Date Line, which of the following statements can be considered correct? 1. when crossing from a west to east longitude the date will stay the same 2. the date will increase crossing on an easterly heading

3. the date will increase crossing on a westerly heading 4. there will be no change to the date

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Question 150 of 181 Number: 14377 Question: The direction of Magnetic North at a certain position coincides with the direction of: 1. the great circle to the magnetic North pole. 2. the isoclinic line to the Magnetic North pole. 3. the isogonic line to the Magnetic North pole.

4. the horizontal component of the Earth''s magnetic field.

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Question 151 of 181 Number: 14523 Question: Which statement is true? 1. Civil twilight at the equator lasts longer than at 60°N or 60°S because the radius of the equator is larger than the radius of the 60°parallel. 2. The declination of the sun and the latitude of the observer will affect the duration of civil twilight.

3. Only the declination of the sun will affect the duration of civil twilight. 4. The duration of the civil twilight on 21st of March and on 23rd of September is equal at all places on Earth independent of latitude.

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Question 152 of 181 Number: 14524 Question: The reason that the solar day lasts longer than the sidereal day is that 1. the sun has an own movement through the universe opposite to the movement of the earth due to the gravitational forces of celestial bodies. 2. the orbital track of the earth around the sun is an ellipse. 3. the orbital speed of the earth around its axis diminishes slowly. 4. both the direction of rotation of the Earth around its axis and its orbital rotation around the sun are the

same.

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Question 153 of 181 Number: 14525 Question: Which statement about ST is true? 1. In all cases the standard times at Western longitudes are slow on and at Eastern longitudes fast on UTC.

2. Standard time is determined by the government of the appropriate state and does not necessarily follow

the borders of 15° wide longitude zones. 3. The standard time at 125° W is UTC - 8h20m 4. Standard time is the time that is determined by division of the longitude by 15 and rounding off the answer to the nearest integer.

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Question 154 of 181 Number: 15361 Question: An aircraft departs from Schiphol airport (where ST = UT+1) and flies to Santa Cruz in Bolivia (South America) via Miami in Florida. The departure time (off blocks) is 07:45 ST at the 10th of November, taxi time before take off at Schiphol is 25 minutes. The flight time to Miami over the Atlantic Ocean is 09h20m. The total taxi time in Miami to and from the gate is 25 minutes. The time spend at the gate is 02h40m. From Miami to Santa Cruz the airborne time is 06h30m. Calculate the time and date of touch down in Santa Cruz in ST Bolivia if the difference between ST and UTC is 5 hours. (Note: use the information given, not ST tables) 1. 09:05 11th Nov.

2. 21:05 10th Nov. 3. 22:05 10th Nov. 4. 07:05 11th Nov.

Question 155 of 181 Number: 15349 Question: Given: Compass Heading = 233° True Track = 256° Drift Angle = 10°R Deviation = -3° What is the variation?

1. 2. 3. 4.

16°E 20°W 10°W 36°E

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Question 156 of 181 Number: 15247 Question: Route A - B is drawn on a Polar Stereographic chart with the grid aligned with the Greenwich meridian. The true track of the straight line at A (75°S, 010°W) is 080°. What is the Grid Track when passing the meridian of 050°E? 1. 090º(G) 2. 330º(G)

3. 070º(G) 4. 110º(G)

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Question 157 of 181

Number: 15248 Question: Route A - B is drawn on a Polar Stereographic chart with the grid aligned with the Greenwich meridian. The True Track of the straight line at A (75°N, 010°W) is 080°. What is the Grid Track when passing the meridian 050°E? 1. 150º(G)

2. 090º(G) 3. 070º(G) 4. 110º(G)

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Question 158 of 181 Number: 15180 Question: Position A is (31º00'S, 176º17'W) Rhumb line track (T) from A to B is 270º. Initial great circle track (T) from A to B is 266.2º. The Approximate position of B is: 1. (31º00'S, 173º24'E) 2. (31º00'S, 161º32'W)

3. (31º00'S, 168º58'E) 4. (31º00'S, 173º24'W)

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Question 159 of 181 Number: 15181 Question: A great circle intersects the equator in 030°W with a great circle direction of 035°(T). An aircraft tracking the great circle will reach the maximum Northern/Southern latitude in position 1. (35°N, 120°W) 2. (35°S, 120°W) 3. (55°S, 060°E)

4. (55°N, 060°E)

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Question 160 of 181 Number: 14693 Question: At 0000 Local Mean Time of an observer: 1. the apparent sun is in transit with the observer's anti-meridian. 2. the apparent sun is in transit with the observer's meridian.

3. the mean sun is in transit with the observer's anti-meridian. 4. the mean sun is in transit with the observer's meridian.

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Question 161 of 181 Number: 14791

Question: Route A - B is drawn on a Polar Stereographic chart with the grid aligned with the Greenwich meridian. The true track of the straight line at A is 060°. When passing the meridian 100°E, the true track is 090°. The grid track of this route on the chart is 1. 060º(G) 2. 010º(G) 3. 130º(G)

4. 350º(G)

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Question 162 of 181 Number: 14910 Question: Consider the positions (00ºN/S, 000ºE/W) and (00ºN/S, 180ºE/W) on the ellipsoid. Which statement about the distances between these positions is correct? 1. The route via the South pole is shorter than the route via the North Pole.

2. The route via the North Pole is shorter than the route along the equator. 3. The route via the equator is shorter than the route via the South Pole. 4. The route via either pole and the route via the equator are of equal length.

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Question 163 of 181 Number: 14898 Question: Kepler's second law states that 1. the area swept out by the radius vector sun-earth per hour increases with increasing length of the radius vector. 2. the radius vector sun-earth moves at constant angular speed.

3. the radius vector sun-earth sweeps out equal areas in equal time. 4. the length of the radius vector sun-earth is directly proportional to the square root of its angular speed.

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Question 164 of 181 Number: 14929 Question: Which statement is correct?

1. 2. 3. 4.

The earth is one of the planets which are all moving in elliptical orbit around the sun. The planets move around the sun like all stars of the Solar System. The sun moves in an elliptical orbit around the Earth. The Solar System consists of the sun, planets and stars.

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Question 165 of 181 Number: 14930

Question: The SR/SS table for the 23rd of February at latitude 40ºN gives: SR = 06:44 SS = 17:44 At 12:00 Central European Time (UTC+1) at 40ºN: 1. the sun sets at 86ºE. 2. the sun sets at 116ºE. 3. the sun rises at 79ºW.

4. the sun rises at 64ºW.

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Question 166 of 181 Number: 14953 Question: Near the magnetic pole 1. the vertical component of the earth's magnetic field is too small to permit the use of a magnetic compass. 2. the angle of dip is maximal whereby a freely suspended compass needle will be almost fully horizontally aligned. 3. the angle of dip is minimal whereby a freely suspended compass needle will be almost fully vertically aligned. 4. the horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field is too small to permit the use of a magnetic

compass.

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Question 167 of 181 Number: 15001 Question: An aircraft follows a great circle in the Northern Hemisphere. At a certain moment the aircraft is in the position on the great circle where the great circle direction is 270°(T). Continuing on the great circle the 1. track angle will increase and the latitude will increase. 2. track angle will decrease and the latitude will increase.

3. track angle will decrease and the latitude will decrease. 4. track angle will increase and the latitude will decrease.

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Question 168 of 181 Number: 15115 Question: Given: A (56°N , 145°E) B (57°N , 165°W) What is the difference in longitude between A and B? 1. 001° 2. 020°

3. 050° 4. 130°

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Question 169 of 181 Number: 15116 Question: Mu'a, Tonga Islands, is situated at (21°11'S, 175°07'W) In the Air Almanac the standard time of Tonga Islands is listed as UTC +13. For August 21st the sunrise table in the Air Almanac shows: 20°S: 06:18 30°S: 06:28 What is the Standard Time of sunrise at Mu'a? 1. 07:39 on August 22nd. 2. 06:59 on August 21st. 3. 07:39 on August 21st.

4. 06:59 on August 22nd.

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Question 170 of 181 Number: 15117 Question: A route is flown from (80°S, 100°W) to (80°S, 140°E). At 180°E/W the Grid Track (GT) and True Track (TT) on a Polar Stereographic chart, whose grid is aligned with the Greenwich meridian, are respectively: 1. 250°(G) and 070°(T) 2. 290°(G) and 110°(T)

3. 110°(G) and 290°(T) 4. 070°(G) and 250°(T)

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Question 171 of 181 Number: 15118 Question: A route is flown from (85°S, 100°E) to (85°S, 140°W). At 180°E/W the Grid Track (GT) and True Track (TT) on a Polar Stereographic chart, whose grid is aligned with the Greenwich meridian, are respectively:

1. 2. 3. 4.

250°(G) and 070°(T) 070°(G) and 250°(T) 110°(G) and 290°(T) 290°(G) and 110°(T)

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Question 172 of 181 Number: 15120 Question: Position "Elephant Point" is situated at (58°00'N, 135°30'W). Standard time for this location is listed in the Air Almanac as UTC -8. If sunset occurs at 00:57 UTC on 21st January, what is the time of Sunset in LMT? 1. 16:57 on January 20th. 2. 09:59 on January 21st.

3. 15:55 on January 20th. 4. 08:57 on January 21st.

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Question 173 of 181 Number: 15122 Question: What is the duration of morning Civil Twilight at (66º48'N, 095º26'W) on 27th of January? 1. 01h 02m

2. 01h 13m 3. 08h 14m 4. 09h 27m

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Question 174 of 181 Number: 15123 Question: The great circle track measured at A (45 00'N 010 00'W) from A to B (45 00'N 019 00'W) is approximately: 1. 090° 2. 270° 3. 093°

4. 273°

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Question 175 of 181 Number: 15124 Question: A route is flown from (85°S, 100°E) to (85°S, 140°W). At 160°E the Grid Track (GT) and True track (TT) on a Polar Stereographic chart with a grid orientated on the 180º meridian are respectively: 1. 090°(G) and 250°(T) 2. 090°(G) and 070°(T)

3. 070°(G) and 090°(T) 4. 250°(G) and 090°(T)

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Question 176 of 181 Number: 15125 Question: The GMT of Morning Civil Twilight at (66º48'N, 095º26'W) on 27th of January is? 1. 0927 GMT 2. 0814 GMT 3. 1541 GMT

4. 1436 GMT

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Question 177 of 181 Number: 15126 Question: The GMT of Sunrise at (66º48'N, 095º26'W) on 27th of January is? 1. 0927 GMT 2. 0814 GMT 3. 1541 GMT

4. 1549 GMT

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Question 178 of 181 Number: 15090 Question: On an oblate spheroid representing the earth's shape 1. 1 minute of arc along the meridian at low latitudes measures a greater distance than 1 minute of arc along the meridian at high latitudes. 2. 1 minute of arc along the equator measures the same distance as 1 minute of arc along the meridian at a latitude of 45ºN/S. 3. 1 minute of arc along the meridian at 0ºN/S measures the same distance as 1 minute of arc at 90ºN/S. 4. 1 minute of arc along the equator measures a greater distance than 1 minute of arc along the meridian at

a latitude of 45ºN/S.

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Question 179 of 181 Number: 15096 Question: Which of the following variables affect deviation? 1. magnetic latitude 2. aircraft heading 3. aircraft altitude 4. aircraft electronic equipment 1. 1, 2 and 3.

2. 1, 2 and 4 3. 3 and 4. 4. 2 and 3.

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Question 180 of 181 Number: 6536 Question: "A" latitude is 00°N/S "B" is located at 33°N, 101°E. True track (great circle) from "A" to "B", at "B", is 090°. The initial true track of the great circle at "A" is: 1. 303°

2. 057° 3. 237° 4. 123°

Question 181 of 181 Number: 6537 Question: The horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field:

1. 2. 3. 4.

Is approximately the same at magnetic latitudes 50°N and 50°S. Weakens with increasing distance from the nearer magnetic pole. Weakens with increasing distance from the magnetic poles. Is approximately the same at all magnetic latitudes lass than 60°.

02-MANYETIZM AND COMPASSES Question 1 of 28 Number: 1291 Question: The annunciator of a remote indicating compass system is used when: 1. setting the 'heading' pointer 2. setting local magnetic variation 3. compensating for deviation

4. synchronising the magnetic and gyro compass elements

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Question 2 of 28 Number: 1295 Question: An aircraft in the northern hemisphere is making an accurate rate one turn to the right. If the initial heading was 135°, after 30 seconds the direct reading magnetic compass should read: 1. less than 225° 2. more or less than 225° depending on the pendulous suspension used 3. 225°

4. more than 225°

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Question 3 of 28 Number: 1296 Question: When accelerating on a westerly heading in the northern hemisphere, the compass card of a direct reading magnetic compass will turn: 1. anti-clockwise giving an apparent turn towards the south 2. clockwise giving an apparent turn towards the south

3. anti-clockwise giving an apparent turn towards the north 4. clockwise giving an apparent turn towards the north

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Question 4 of 28 Number: 2315 Question: When an aircraft on a westerly heading on the northern hemisphere accelerates, the effect of the acceleration error causes the magnetic compass to:

1. 2. 3. 4.

indicate a turn towards the north to turn faster than the actual turning rate of the aircraft lag behind the turning rate of the aircraft indicate a turn towards the south

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Question 5 of 28 Number: 12920 Question: In a remote indicating compass system the amount of deviation caused by aircraft magnetism and electrical circuits may be minimised by: 1. using a vertically mounted gyroscope instead of a horizontally mounted one. 2. mounting the flux valve in the cockpit.

3. mounting the detector unit (flux valve) in the wingtip. 4. positioning the gyroscope in the centre of the aircraft.

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Question 6 of 28 Number: 1523 Question: When decelerating on a westerly heading in the Northern hemisphere, the compass card of a direct reading magnetic compass will turn: 1. clockwise giving an apparent turn towards the north

2. clockwise giving an apparent turn toward the south 3. anti-clockwise giving an apparent turn towards the north 4. anti-clockwise giving an apparent turn towards the south

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Question 7 of 28 Number: 1535 Question: A line drawn on a chart which joins all points where the value of magnetic variation is zero is called an:

1. 2. 3. 4.

agonic line aclinic line isotach isogonal

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Question 8 of 28 Number: 1537 Question: An aircraft in the northern hemisphere makes an accurate rate one turn to the right/starboard. If the initial heading was 330°, after 30 seconds of the turn the direct reading magnetic compass should read:

1. 2. 3. 4.

less than 060° more than 060° more or less than 060° depending on the pendulous suspension used 060°

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Question 9 of 28 Number: 1538 Question: When turning right from 330°(C) to 040°(C) in the northern hemisphere, the reading of a direct reading magnetic compass will:

1. 2. 3. 4.

under-indicate the turn and liquid swirl will increase the effect over-indicate the turn and liquid swirl will increase the effect over-indicate the turn and liquid swirl will decrease the effect under-indicate the turn and liquid swirl will decrease the effect

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Question 10 of 28 Number: 1539 Question: When accelerating on an easterly heading in the Northern hemisphere, the compass card of a direct reading magnetic compass will turn: 1. anti-clockwise giving an apparent turn toward the north

2. clockwise giving an apparent turn toward the north 3. anti-clockwise giving an apparent turn toward the south 4. clockwise giving an apparent turn toward the south

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Question 11 of 28 Number: 1544 Question: A direct reading compass should be swung when: 1. there is a large change in magnetic longitude 2. the aircraft is stored for a long period and is frequently moved 3. the aircraft has made more than a stated number of landings

4. there is a large, and permanent, change in magnetic latitude

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Question 12 of 28 Number: 1545

Question: The direct reading magnetic compass is made aperiodic (dead beat) by: 1. using long magnets 2. using the lowest acceptable viscosity compass liquid

3. keeping the magnetic assembly mass close to the compass point and by using damping wires 4. pendulous suspension of the magnetic assembly

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Question 13 of 28 Number: 2212 Question: Which of the following statements is correct concerning the effect of turning errors on a direct reading compass? 1. Turning errors are greatest on east/west headings, and are least at high latitudes 2. Turning errors are greatest on east/west headings, and are greatest at high latitudes 3. Turning errors are greatest on north/south headings, and are least at high latitudes

4. Turning errors are greatest on north/south headings, and are greatest at high latitudes

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Question 14 of 28 Number: 2213 Question: Which of the following is an occasion for carrying out a compass swing on a Direct Reading Compass? 1. Whenever an aircraft carries a large freight load regardless of its content 2. Before an aircraft goes on any flight that involves a large change of magnetic latitude 3. After any of the aircraft radio equipment has been changed due to unserviceability

4. After an aircraft has passed through a severe electrical storm, or has been struck by lightning

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Question 15 of 28 Number: 3345 Question: Complete the following statement regarding magnetic variation. The charted values of magnetic variation on earth normally change annually due to: 1. an increasing field strength causing numerical values at all locations to increase. 2. a reducing field strength causing numerical values at all locations to decrease.

3. magnetic pole movement causing numerical values at all locations to increase or decrease 4. magnetic pole movement causing numerical values at all locations to increase.

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Question 16 of 28 Number: 4306 Question: The main reason for mounting the detector unit of a remote reading compass in the wingtip of an aeroplane is:

1. to minimise the amount of deviation caused by aircraft magnetism and electrical circuits 2. to ensure that the unit is in the most accessible position on the aircraft for ease of maintenance 3. by having detector units on both wingtips, to cancel out the deviation effects caused by the aircraft structure 4. to maximise the units exposure to the earth's magnetic field

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Question 17 of 28 Number: 4739 Question: Permanent magnetism in aircraft arises chiefly from: 1. exposure to the earth's magnetic field during normal operation 2. the effect of internal wiring and exposure to electrical storms

3. hammering, and the effect of the earth's magnetic field, whilst under construction 4. the combined effect of aircraft electrical equipment and the earth's magnetic field

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Question 18 of 28 Number: 4740 Question: The main reason for usually mounting the detector unit of a remote indicating compass in the wingtip of an aeroplane is to:

1. 2. 3. 4.

reduce the amount of deviation caused by aircraft magnetism and electrical circuits place it where it will not be subjected to electrical or magnetic interference from the aircraft place it in a position where there is no electrical wiring to cause deviation errors facilitate easy maintenance of the unit and increase its exposure to the Earth's magnetic field

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Question 19 of 28 Number: 5557 Question: Concerning direct reading magnetic compasses, in the northern hemisphere, it can be said that:

1. 2. 3. 4.

on an Easterly heading, a longitudinal acceleration causes an apparent turn to the North on a Westerly heading, a longitudinal deceleration causes an apparent turn to the North on a Westerly heading, a longitudinal acceleration causes an apparent turn to the South on an Easterly heading, a longitudinal acceleration causes an apparent turn to the South

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Question 20 of 28 Number: 5570 Question: In northern hemisphere, during an acceleration in an easterly direction, the magnetic compass will indicate: 1. a heading of East 2. an apparent turn to the South

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Question 21 of 28 Number: 5576 Question: At a specific location, the value of magnetic variation: 1. depends on the type of compass installed 2. depends on the true heading 3. depends on the magnetic heading

4. varies slowly over time

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Question 22 of 28 Number: 11406 Question: One purpose of a compass calibration is to reduce the difference, if any, between: 1. true north and magnetic north.

2. compass north and magnetic north. 3. compass north and the lubber line. 4. compass north and true north.

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Question 23 of 28 Number: 11407 Question: One purpose of compass calibration is to determine the deviation: 1. at any latitude 2. on N, S, E and W only

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Question 24 of 28 Number: 11408 Question: The force acting on the needle of a direct reading compass varies: 1. directly with the vertical component of the earth's magnetic field 2. inversely with the horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field

3. directly with the horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field 4. inversely with both vertical and horizontal components of the earth's magnetic field

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Question 25 of 28 Number: 14252 Question: Which of the following statements about hard and soft iron in relation to magnetism is correct? 1. Both hard and soft hard iron are of a permanent nature. 2. Hard iron is is of a non-permanent nature and soft iron is of a permanent nature.

3. Hard iron magnetism is of a permanent nature and soft iron is of a non-permanent nature 4. Both hard and soft iron are of a non-permanent nature.

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Question 26 of 28 Number: 6538 Question: Direct reading compass (DRC) deviation table is: Course: 000 030 060 090 120 150 180 210 240 270 300 330 Steer: 359 030 061 092 121 150 178 209 242 272 298 331 Direct reading compass indicates a heading 242°. Magnetic variation in this area is 22°E. The true aircraft heading is: 1. 214° 2. 218° 3. 258°

4. 262°

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Question 27 of 28 Number: 6539 Question: Direct reading compass (DRC) deviation table is: Course: 000 030 060 090 120 150 180 210 240 270 300 330 Steer: 359 030 061 092 121 150 178 209 242 272 298 331 You have to maintain the heading 155°(T). Magnetic variation is 10°W. The compass heading to follow is: 1. 165° 2. 146°

3. 164° 4. 145°

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Question 28 of 28 Number: 6540 Question: During pre-flight check, serviceability of a direct reading standby compass indication can be compared preferably with: 1 - runway direction during line-up 2 - main compass indication 3 - test VOR indication 4 - an ADF bearing 5 - an Airborne Weather Radar bearing The combination regrouping all the correct statements is: 1. 1,2,3,4 and 5

2. 1 and 2

3. 1,4 and 5 4. 1,2 and 3

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03-CHARTS Question 1 of 191 Number: 16376 Question: Given: Lambert conformal conical projection, scale 1: 1 234 000. Standard parallels 36°N and 60°N.. A (53°N, 010°W), B (53°N, 020°W). The distance on the map between position A and position B measured along the rhumb line: 1. is more than 57.13 cm 2. is 55.66 cm 3. is between 54.19 cm and 57.13 cm

4. is less than 54.19 cm

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Question 2 of 191 Number: 16787 Question: Two places are situated on the same parallel in the Southern Hemisphere. The great circle, rhumb line and the straight line between these places are drawn on a Polar Stereographic Projection. Which statement is correct? 1. The rhumb line is situated between the great circle and the straight line because the shortest distance between to places on Earth is the great circle. 2. The great circle is situated between the parallel and the straight line, because the concave side of the great circle is always pointed towards the equator. 3. The great circle is situated between the parallel and the straight line, because the concave side of the

great circle is always pointed towards the pole. 4. The correct sequence from North to South is: Great circle, straight line, rhumb line.

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Question 3 of 191 Number: 16798 Question: From Rakovnik (50° 05.9' N, 013° 41.5' E) to Frankfurt FFM (50° 05.9' N, 008° 38.3' E) the True Track of departure along the straight line is 272.0°. The constant of the cone of this Lambert conformal projection is: 1. 0.20 2. 0.77 3. 0.40

4. 0.79

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Question 4 of 191 Number: 16850

Question: An aeronautical chart is conformal when: 1. At any point the scale over a short distance in the direction of the parallel is equal to the scale in the

direction of the meridian and the meridians are perpendicular to the parallels. 2. the meridians and parallels are perpendicular to each other. 3. every great circle is represented by a straight line in the map. 4. the map is an equidistant normal projection.A

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Question 5 of 191 Number: 16871 Question: Which statement is true about the parallel of origin of a conformal chart? 1. The parallel of origin is the parallel at which the scale reaches its maximum value. 2. The parallel of origin together with the standard parallel(s), are the only parallels at which the chart is conformal. 3. The parallel of origin is the only parallel at which the chart is conformal.

4. The parallel of origin is the parallel at which the scale reaches its minimum value.

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Question 6 of 191 Number: 201 Question: The nominal scale of a Lambert conformal conic chart is the: 1. mean scale between the parallels of the secant cone 2. mean scale between pole and equator 3. scale at the equator

4. scale at the standard parallels

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Question 7 of 191 Number: 1292 Question: The convergence factor of a Lambert conformal conic chart is quoted as 0.78535. At what latitude on the chart is earth convergency correctly represented?

1. 2. 3. 4.

51°45' 80°39' 38°15' 52°05'

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Question 8 of 191 Number: 1293 Question: At 47° North the chart distance between meridians 10° apart is 12.7 cm. The scale of the chart at 47° North approximates:

1. 1: 3 000 000 2. 1: 2 500 000

3. 1: 6 000 000 4. 1: 8 000 000

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Question 9 of 191 Number: 1294 Question: On a Direct Mercator chart a great circle will be represented by a: 1. complex curve 2. straight line

3. curve concave to the equator 4. curve convex to the equator

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Question 10 of 191 Number: 1178 Question: Assume a North polar stereographic chart whose grid is aligned with the Greenwich meridian. An aircraft flies from the geographic North pole for a distance of 480 NM along the 110°E meridian, then follows a grid track of 154° for a distance of 300 NM. Its position is now approximately: 1. 79°15'N 074°E 2. 70°15'N 080°E 3. 78°45'N 087°E

4. 80°00'N 080°E

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Question 11 of 191 Number: 863 Question: The chart that is generally used for navigation in polar areas is based on a: 1. Lambert conformal projection 2. Gnomonic projection 3. Direct Mercator projection

4. Stereographical projection

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Question 12 of 191 Number: 864 Question: A Mercator chart has a scale at the equator = 1: 3 704 000. What is the scale at latitude 60° S? 1. 1: 185 200 2. 1: 3 208 000 3. 1: 7 408 000

4. 1: 1 852 000

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Question 13 of 191 Number: 865 Question: The distance measured between two points on a navigation map is 42 mm (millimetres). The scale of the chart is 1:1 600 000. The actual distance between these two point is approximately: 1. 370.00 NM

2. 36.30 NM 3. 3.69 NM 4. 67.20 NM

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Question 14 of 191 Number: 866 Question: The standard parallels of a Lambert's conical orthomorphic projection are 07°40'N and 38°20' N. The constant of the cone for this chart is: 1. 0.42 2. 0.92 3. 0.60

4. 0.39

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Question 15 of 191 Number: 867 Question: On a Lambert conformal conic chart the convergence of the meridians: 1. is zero throughout the chart

2. is the same as earth convergency at the parallel of origin 3. equals earth convergency at the standard parallels 4. varies as the secant of the latitude

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Question 16 of 191 Number: 868 Question: A straight line drawn on a chart measures 4.63 cm and represents 150 NM. The chart scale is: 1. 1: 5 000 000 2. 1: 1 000 000

3. 1: 6 000 000

4. 1: 3 000 000

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Question 17 of 191 Number: 869 Question: On a Polar Stereographic chart, the initial great circle course from A 70°N 060°W to B 70°N 060°E is approximately: 1. 330° (T) 2. 210° (T)

3. 030° (T) 4. 150° (T)

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Question 18 of 191 Number: 870 Question: On a Direct Mercator chart, a rhumb line appears as a: 1. small circle concave to the nearer pole 2. curve convex to the nearer pole 3. spiral curve

4. straight line

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Question 19 of 191 Number: 873 Question: On a Lambert Conformal Conic chart great circles that are not meridians are: 1. straight lines within the standard parallels 2. straight lines regardless of distance

3. curves concave to the parallel of origin 4. curves concave to the pole of projection

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Question 20 of 191 Number: 874 Question: On a direct Mercator projection, at latitude 45° North, a certain length represents 70 NM. At latitude 30° North, the same length represents approximately: 1. 70 NM

2. 86 NM 3. 81 NM 4. 57 NM

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Question 21 of 191 Number: 876 Question: On a polar stereographic projection chart showing the South Pole, a straight line joins position A (70°S 065°E) to position B (70°S 025°W). The true course on departure from position A is approximately:

1. 2. 3. 4.

225° 315° 250° 135°

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Question 22 of 191 Number: 877 Question: On a direct Mercator projection, the distance measured between two meridians spaced 5° apart at latitude 60°N is 8 cm. The scale of this chart at latitude 60°N is approximately: 1. 1: 6 000 000 2. 1: 7 000 000

3. 1: 3 500 000 4. 1: 4 750 000

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Question 23 of 191 Number: 878 Question: Two positions plotted on a polar stereographic chart, A (80°N 000°) and B (70°N 102°W) are joined by a straight line whose highest latitude is reached at 035°W. At point B, the true course is: 1. 247° 2. 305°

3. 203° 4. 023°

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Question 24 of 191 Number: 880 Question: Given: Magnetic heading 311°, Drift angle 10° left, Relative bearing of NDB 270°. What is the magnetic bearing of the NDB measured from the aircraft? 1. 180°

2. 221° 3. 208° 4. 211°

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Question 25 of 191 Number: 2334 Question: Parallels of latitude on a Direct Mercator chart are:

1. 2. 3. 4.

parallel straight lines unequally spaced arcs of concentric circles equally spaced straight lines converging above the pole parallel straight lines equally spaced

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Question 26 of 191 Number: 2896 Question: The parallels on a Lambert Conformal Conic chart are represented by: 1. straight lines 2. hyperbolic lines 3. parabolic lines

4. arcs of concentric circles

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Question 27 of 191 Number: 5858 Question: Given: SHA VOR (N5243.3 W00853.1) radial 120°, CRK VOR (N5150.4 W00829.7) radial 033°. What is the aircraft position? 1. N5225 W00805 2. N5240 W00750 3. N5220 W00750

4. N5230 W00800

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Question 28 of 191 Number: 5859 Question: Given: SHA VOR (N5243.3 W00853.1) radial 129°, CRK VOR (N5150.4 W00829.7) radial 047°. What is the aircraft position? 1. N5205 W00755 2. N5215 W00755 3. N5210 W00750

4. N5220 W00750

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Question 29 of 191 Number: 5860

Question: Given: SHA VOR (N5243.3 W00853.1) radial 143°, CRK VOR (N5150.4 W00829.7) radial 050°. What is the aircraft position? 1. N5205 W00805

2. N5210 W00800 3. N5200 W00800 4. N5155 W00810

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Question 30 of 191 Number: 5861 Question: Given: SHA VOR/DME (N5243.3 W00853.1) radial 120°/35 NM. What is the aircraft position?

1. 2. 3. 4.

N5230 W00800 N5240 W00750 N5225 W00805 N5220 W00750

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Question 31 of 191 Number: 5862 Question: Given: SHA VOR/DME (N5243.3 W00853.1) radial 165°/36 NM. What is the aircraft position?

1. 2. 3. 4.

N5210 W00830 N5315 W00915 N5317 W00908 N5208 W00840

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Question 32 of 191 Number: 5863 Question: Given: SHA VOR/DME (N5243.3 W00853.1) radial 232°/32 NM. What is the aircraft position? 1. N5303 W00810 2. N5228 W00935 3. N5305 W00815

4. N5220 W00930

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Question 33 of 191 Number: 5864 Question: Given: SHA VOR/DME (N5243.3 W00853.1) radial 025°/49 NM. What is the aircraft position? 1. N5200 W0925 2. N5155 W00915 3. N5328 W00820

4. N5330 W00830

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Question 34 of 191 Number: 5865 Question: Given: SHA VOR/DME (N5243.3 W00853.1) radial 048°/22 NM. What is the aircraft position? 1. N5258 W00825 2. N5228 W00920 3. N5225 W00917

4. N5300 W00830

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Question 35 of 191 Number: 5866 Question: Given: SHA VOR N5243.3 W00853.1, CRK VOR N5150.4 W00829.7. Aircraft position N5220 W00910 Which of the following lists two radials that are applicable to the aircraft position? 1. SHA 025° CRK 141° 2. SHA 205° CRK 321°

3. SHA 214° CRK 330° 4. SHA 033° CRK 149°

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Question 36 of 191 Number: 5867 Question: Given: SHA VOR N5243.3 W00853.1, CRK VOR N5150.4 W00829.7. Aircraft position N5230 W00820 Which of the following lists two radials that are applicable to the aircraft position? 1. SHA 304° CRK 189° 2. SHA 124° CRK 009° 3. SHA 312° CRK 197°

4. SHA 131° CRK 017°

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Question 37 of 191 Number: 5868 Question: Given: SHA VOR N5243.3 W00853.1, CRK VOR N5150.4 W00829.7. Aircraft position N5230 W00930 Which of the following lists two radials that are applicable to the aircraft position? 1. SHA 240° CRK 137°

2. SHA 248° CRK 325°

3. SHA 060° CRK 138° 4. SHA 068° CRK 145°

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Question 38 of 191 Number: 5869 Question: Given: SHA VOR N5243.3 W00853.1, CON VOR N5354.8 W00849.1, Aircraft position N5330 W00800 Which of the following lists two radials that are applicable to the aircraft position? 1. SHA 033° CON 130°

2. SHA 042° CON 138° 3. SHA 221° CON 318° 4. SHA 213° CON 310°

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Question 39 of 191 Number: 5870 Question: Given: SHA VOR N5243.3 W00853.1, CON VOR N5354.8 W00849.1. Aircraft position N5320 W00950 Which of the following lists two radials that are applicable to the aircraft position? 1. SHA 317° CON 226° 2. SHA 145° CON 055°

3. SHA 325° CON 235° 4. SHA 137° CON 046°

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Question 40 of 191 Number: 5871 Question: Given: SHA VOR (N5243.3 W00853.1) DME 50 NM, CRK VOR (N5150.4 W00829.7) DME 41 NM, Aircraft heading 270°(M), Both DME distances increasing. What is the aircraft position? 1. N5215 W00940 2. N5215 W00745 3. N5235 W00750

4. N5200 W00935

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Question 41 of 191 Number: 5872 Question: Given: SHA VOR (N5243.3 W00853.1) DME 41 NM, CRK VOR (N5150.4 W00829.7) DME 30 NM, Aircraft heading 270°(M), Both DME distances decreasing. What is the aircraft position? 1. N5215 W00915

2. N5215 W00805 3. N5225 W00810

4. N5205 W00915

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Question 42 of 191 Number: 5873 Question: Given: CRN VOR (N5318.1 W00856.5) DME 18 NM, SHA VOR (N5243.3 W00853.1) DME 30 NM, Aircraft heading 270°(M), Both DME distances decreasing. What is the aircraft position?

1. 2. 3. 4.

N5310 W00830 N5252 W00923 N5355 W00825 N5307 W00923

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Question 43 of 191 Number: 5874 Question: Given: CRN VOR (N5318.1 W00856.5) DME 34 NM, SHA VOR (N5243.3 W00853.1) DME 26 NM, Aircraft heading 090°(M), Both DME distances increasing. What is the aircraft position?

1. 2. 3. 4.

N5255 W00815 N5310 W00820 N5305 W00930 N5250 W0030

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Question 44 of 191 Number: 5875 Question: Given: CON VOR (N5354.8 W00849.1) DME 30 NM, CRN VOR (N5318.1 W00856.5) DME 25 NM, Aircraft heading 270°(M), Both DME distances decreasing. What is the aircraft position? 1. N5335 W00925 2. N5343 W00925 3. N5337 W00820

4. N5330 W00820

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Question 45 of 191 Number: 5876 Question: Given: CRK VOR/DME (N5150.4 W00829.7) Kerry aerodrome (N5210.9 W00931.4). What is the CRK radial and DME distance when overhead Kerry aerodrome? 1. 119° - 44 NM

2. 307° - 43 NM 3. 299° - 42 NM 4. 127° - 45 NM

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Question 46 of 191 Number: 5877 Question: Given: SHA VOR/DME (N5243.3 W00853.1), Birr aerodrome (N5304 W00754). What is the SHA radial and DME distance when overhead Birr aerodrome?

1. 2. 3. 4.

068° - 41 NM 240° - 41 NM 248° - 42 NM 060° - 42 Nm

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Question 47 of 191 Number: 5878 Question: Given: SHA VOR/DME (N5243.3 W00853.1), Connemara aerodrome (N5314 W00928), What is the SHA radial and DME distance when overhead Connemara aerodrome? 1. 146° - 38 NM

2. 333° - 37 NM 3. 154° - 38 NM 4. 326° - 37 NM

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Question 48 of 191 Number: 5879 Question: Given: CON VOR/DME (N5354.8 W00849.1), Castlebar aerodrome (N5351 W00917), What is the CON radial and DME distance when overhead Castlebar aerodrome? 1. 077° - 18 NM

2. 265° - 17 NM 3. 086° - 18 NM 4. 257° - 17 NM

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Question 49 of 191 Number: 5880 Question: Given: CON VOR/DME (N5354.8 W00849.1), Abbey Shrule aerodrome (N5335 W00739), What is the CON radial and DME distance when overhead Abbey Shrule aerodrome? 1. 296° - 46 NM 2. 116° - 47 NM 3. 304° - 47 NM

4. 123° - 46 NM

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Question 50 of 191 Number: 5881 Question: What feature is shown on the chart at position N5211 W00931? 1. Waterford NDB 2. Punchestown aerodrome

3. KERRY/Farranfore aerodrome 4. Connemara aerodrome

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Question 51 of 191 Number: 5882 Question: What feature is shown on the chart at position N5212 W00612?

1. 2. 3. 4.

TUSKAR ROCK LT.H. NDB Clonbullogue aerodrome KERRY/Farranfore aerodrome WTD NDB

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Question 52 of 191 Number: 5883 Question: What feature is shown on the chart at position N5311 W00637? 1. Connemara aerodrome 2. Clonbullogue aerodrome 3. KERRY/Farranfore aerodrome

4. Punchestown aerodrome

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Question 53 of 191 Number: 5884 Question: What feature is shown on the chart at position N5351 W00917?

1. 2. 3. 4.

Castlebar aerodrome Brittas Bay aerodrome Connemara aerodrome Connaught aerodrome

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Question 54 of 191 Number: 5885 Question: What feature is shown on the chart at position N5417 W01005?

1. Belmullet aerodrome 2. Carnmore aerodrome 3. Clonbullogue aerodrome

4. EAGLE ISLAND LT.H. NDB

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Question 55 of 191 Number: 5886 Question: Which of the following lists all the aeronautical chart symbols shown at position N5150.4 W00829.7? 1. VOR: DME: NDB: ILS 2. VOR: DME: NDB:compulsory reporting point 3. civil airport: VOR: non-compulsory reporting point

4. civil airport: VOR: DME: compulsory reporting point

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Question 56 of 191 Number: 5887 Question: Which of the following lists all the aeronautical chart symbols shown at position N5318.0 W00626.9?

1. 2. 3. 4.

military airport: VOR: DME VOR: DME: danger area civil airport: VOR: DME military airport: VOR: NDB

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Question 57 of 191 Number: 5888 Question: Which of the following lists all the aeronautical chart symbols shown at position N5416.7 W00836.0? 1. civil airport: VOR: DME: non-compulsory reporting point 2. VOR: DME: NDB: non-compulsory reporting point

3. civil airport: NDB: DME: compulsory reporting point 4. VOR: DME: NDB: compulsory reporting point

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Question 58 of 191 Number: 5889 Question: Which of the following lists all the aeronautical chart symbols shown at position N5318.1 W00856.5?

1. 2. 3. 4.

civil airport: NDB: DME: non-compulsory reporting point VOR: DME: NDB: compulsory reporting point VOR: DME: NDB: compulsory reporting point civil airport: VOR: DME: non-compulsory reporting point

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Question 59 of 191 Number: 5890 Question: Which of the following lists all the aeronautical chart symbols shown at position N5211 W00705? 1. civil airport: ILS

2. civil airport: NDB 3. NDB: ILS 4. VOR: NDB

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Question 60 of 191 Number: 5891 Question: Which of the aeronautical chart symbols indicates a VOR/DME? 1. 7

2. 5 3. 2 4. 6

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Question 61 of 191 Number: 5892 Question: Which of the aeronautical chart symbols indicates a DME? 1. 3

2. 4 3. 5 4. 6

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Question 62 of 191 Number: 5893 Question: Which of the aeronautical chart symbols indicates a VOR? 1. 2 2. 5

3. 3 4. 6

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Question 63 of 191 Number: 5894 Question: Which of the aeronautical chart symbols indicates an NDB? 1. 6 2. 4

3. 2 4. 3

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Question 64 of 191 Number: 5895 Question: Which of the aeronautical chart symbols indicates a basic, non-specified, navigation aid? 1. 6

2. 1 3. 3 4. 2

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Question 65 of 191 Number: 5896 Question: Which of the aeronautical chart symbols indicates a TACAN? 1. 2

2. 6 3. 7 4. 1

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Question 66 of 191 Number: 5897 Question: Which of the aeronautical chart symbols indicates a VORTAC? 1. 3

2. 7 3. 6 4. 1

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Question 67 of 191 Number: 5898 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates a Flight Information Region (FIR) boundary?

1. 2. 3. 4.

1 4 5 3

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Question 68 of 191 Number: 5899 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates a Control Zone boundary?

1. 2. 3. 4.

2 5 3 4

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Question 69 of 191 Number: 5900 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates an uncontrolled route? 1. 5 2. 2 3. 3

4. 4

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Question 70 of 191 Number: 5901 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates the boundary of advisory airspace? 1. 4 2. 2 3. 3

4. 5

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Question 71 of 191 Number: 5902

Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates a non-compulsory reporting point? 1. 7 2. 8 3. 15

4. 6

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Question 72 of 191 Number: 5903 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates a compulsory reporting point? 1. 15 2. 6 3. 8

4. 7

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Question 73 of 191 Number: 5904 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates a Way-point? 1. 7

2. 8 3. 5 4. 6

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Question 74 of 191 Number: 5905 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates an unlighted obstacle? 1. 11 2. 10 3. 12

4. 8

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Question 75 of 191 Number: 5906 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates a lighted obstacle?

1. 9

2. 12 3. 11 4. 10

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Question 76 of 191 Number: 5907 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates a group of unlighted obstacles? 1. 12

2. 10 3. 13 4. 9

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Question 77 of 191 Number: 5908 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates a group of lighted obstacles?

1. 2. 3. 4.

11 10 9 12

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Question 78 of 191 Number: 5909 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates an exceptionally high unlighted obstacle?

1. 2. 3. 4.

12 10 9 11

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Question 79 of 191 Number: 5910 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates an exceptionally high lighted obstacle? 1. 10 2. 12

3. 13 4. 14

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Question 80 of 191 Number: 5911 Question: What is the meaning of aeronautical chart symbol No. 15? 1. Hazard to aerial navigation 2. Lighthouse 3. Visual reference point

4. Aeronautical ground light

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Question 81 of 191 Number: 5912 Question: What is the meaning of aeronautical chart symbol No. 16? 1. Off-shore lighthouse

2. Lightship 3. Shipwreck showing above the surface at low tide 4. Off-shore helicopter landing platform

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Question 82 of 191 Number: 5913 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates an aeronautical ground light? 1. 16

2. 15 3. 14 4. 10

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Question 83 of 191 Number: 5914 Question: Which aeronautical chart symbol indicates a lightship?

1. 2. 3. 4.

16 10 14 12

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Question 84 of 191 Number: 12790 Question: If the chart scale is 1: 500 000, what earth distance would be represented by 7 cm on the chart?

1. 0.35 km 2. 3.5 km 3. 35 NM

4. 35 000 m

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Question 85 of 191 Number: 12813 Question: Calculate the constant of the cone on a Lambert Chart given chart convergency between 010°E and 030°W as being 30° 1. 0.50

2. 0.75 3. 0.64 4. 0.40

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Question 86 of 191 Number: 12820 Question: A rhumb line on a Direct Mercator chart appears as a: 1. small circle concave to the nearer pole. 2. curve convex to the nearer pole.

3. straight line. 4. complex curve.

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Question 87 of 191 Number: 12905 Question: What is the rhumb line distance, in nautical miles, between two positions on latitude 60°N, that are separated by 10° of longitude? 1. 520 NM 2. 866 NM 3. 600 NM

4. 300 NM

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Question 88 of 191 Number: 12907 Question: What is the constant of the cone for a Lambert conic projection whose standard parallels are at 50°N and 70°N? 1. 0.941 2. 0.766

3. 0.500

4. 0.866

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Question 89 of 191 Number: 12916 Question: On a chart a straight line is drawn between two points and has a length of 4.63 cm. What is the chart scale if the line represents 150 NM? 1. 1: 1 000 000

2. 1: 6 000 000 3. 1: 5 000 000 4. 1: 3 000 000

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Question 90 of 191 Number: 12917 Question: On a Direct Mercator projection a particular chart length is measured at 30°N. What earth distance will the same chart length be if measured at 60°N?

1. 2. 3. 4.

A smaller distance. The same distance. A larger distance. Twice the distance.

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Question 91 of 191 Number: 12927 Question: How does the scale vary in a Direct Mercator chart?

1. 2. 3. 4.

The scale increases with increasing distance from the Equator. The scale increases south of the Equator and decreases north of the Equator. The scale is constant. The scale decreases with increasing distance from the Equator.

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Question 92 of 191 Number: 12928 Question: How does the chart convergency change with latitude in a Lambert Conformal projection?

1. It is constant and does not change with latitude. 2. It changes with cosine of latitude.

3. It changes with sine of latitude. 4. It increases with increase of latitude.

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Question 93 of 191 Number: 12930 Question: Grid heading is 299°, grid convergency is 55° West and magnetic variation is 90° West. What is the corresponding magnetic heading? 1. 334° 2. 264°

3. 084° 4. 154°

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Question 94 of 191 Number: 12940 Question: Where on a Direct Mercator projection is the chart convergency correct compared to the earth convergency? 1. At the two parallels of tangency. 2. All over the chart. 3. At the poles.

4. At the equator.

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Question 95 of 191 Number: 15455 Question: The constant of the cone in a Lambert chart is 0.8666500. The angle between the north directions of the meridian in position A (65°00'N, 018°00'W) and the meridian of position B (75°00'N, 023°00'W) on the chart is: 1. 5.0º

2. 4.3° 3. 10.0º 4. 5.8º

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Question 96 of 191 Number: 15380 Question: A VOR is situated at position (N55°26', W005°42'). The variation at the VOR is 9°W. The position of the aircraft is (N60°00'N, W010°00'). The variation at the aircraft-position is 11°W. The initial TT-angle of the great circle from the aircraft position to the VOR is 101.5°. Which radial is the aircraft on? 1. 276 2. 296 3. 278

4. 294

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Question 97 of 191 Number: 15385 Question: A straight line from A (75ºN, 120ºE) to B (75ºN, 160ºE) is drawn on a Polar Stereographic chart. When passing the meridian 155ºE, the True Track is: 1. 255º

2. 105º 3. 285º 4. 075º

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Question 98 of 191 Number: 15375 Question: An aircraft is flying from SALCO to BERRY HEAD on Magnetic Track 007º, TAS 445 kt. The wind is 050º(T)/40 kt. Variation 5ºW, deviation +2º At 1000 UTC the RB of locator PY is 311º. At 1003 UTC the RB of locator PY is 266º. Calculate the True bearing of locator PY at 1003 UTC from the aircraft. 1. 277º (T) 2. 268º (T) 3. 275º (T)

4. 272º (T)

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Question 99 of 191 Number: 15370 Question: A straight line from A (53ºN, 155ºW) to B (53ºN, 170ºE) is drawn on a Lambert Conformal conical chart with standard parallels at 50ºN and 56ºN. When passing the meridian 175ºE, the True Track is: 1. 102.5º 2. 257.5º 3. 100.0º

4. 260.0º

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Question 100 of 191 Number: 15378 Question: Given: Position NDB (55°10´N, 012°55´E) DR Position (54°53´N, 009°58´E) NDB on the RMI reads 090° Magnetic variation = 10°W The position line has to be plotted on a Lamberts conformal chart with standard parallels at 40°N and 48°N. Calculate the direction (T) of the bearing to be plotted from the NDB. 1. 265°

2. 272°

3. 262° 4. 258°

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Question 101 of 191 Number: 15399 Question: On a Mercator's projection a straight line is drawn between (40°N, 050°W) and (50°N, 060°W). Calculate the angle between the straight line and the great circle in position A. 1. 7.0° 2. 3.2°

3. 3.5° 4. 1.8°

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Question 102 of 191 Number: 15427 Question: The fix of the aircraft position is determined by radials from three VOR-stations. The measurements contain small random errors, known systematic errors and unknown systematic errors. The measured radials are corrected for known systematic errors and are plotted on a navigation chart. The result is shown at the reference. What is the most probable position of the aircraft? 1. 2 2. 3

3. 1 4. 4

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Question 103 of 191 Number: 1572 Question: On a Lambert Conformal Conic chart earth convergency is most accurately represented at the: 1. north and south limits of the chart 2. Equator

3. parallel of origin 4. standard parallels

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Question 104 of 191 Number: 1525 Question: The constant of cone of a Lambert conformal conic chart is quoted as 0.3955. At what latitude on the chart is earth convergency correctly represented? 1. 21°35'

2. 23°18' 3. 66°42' 4. 68°25'

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Question 105 of 191 Number: 1526 Question: On a Lambert Conformal chart the distance between meridians 5° apart along latitude 37° North is 9 cm. The scale of the chart at that parallel approximates: 1. 1: 3 750 000 2. 1: 2 000 000 3. 1: 6 000 000

4. 1: 5 000 000

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Question 106 of 191 Number: 1528 Question: In a navigation chart a distance of 49 NM is equal to 7 cm. The scale of the chart is approximately:

1. 2. 3. 4.

1: 1 300 000 1: 7 000 000 1: 700 000 1: 130 000

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Question 107 of 191 Number: 1529 Question: At 60° N the scale of a direct Mercator chart is 1: 3 000 000. What is the scale at the equator? 1. 1: 3 000 000 2. 1: 1 500 000 3. 1: 3 500 000

4. 1: 6 000 000

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Question 108 of 191 Number: 1530 Question: What is the chart distance between longitudes 179°E and 175°W on a direct Mercator chart with a scale of 1: 5 000 000 at the equator? 1. 167 mm 2. 72 mm 3. 106 mm

4. 133 mm

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Question 109 of 191 Number: 1531 Question: The total length of the 53°N parallel of latitude on a direct Mercator chart is 133 cm. What is the approximate scale of the chart at latitude 30°S? 1. 1: 21 000 000

2. 1: 25 000 000 3. 1: 18 000 000 4. 1: 30 000 000

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Question 110 of 191 Number: 1532 Question: A Lambert conformal conic projection, with two standard parallels: 1. the scale is only correct at parallel of origin 2. shows lines of longitude as parallel straight lines 3. shows all great circles as straight lines

4. the scale is only correct along the standard parallels

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Question 111 of 191 Number: 1533 Question: The constant of the cone, on a Lambert chart where the convergence angle between longitudes 010°E and 030°W is 30°, is: 1. 0.40

2. 0.75 3. 0.64 4. 0.50

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Question 112 of 191 Number: 1542 Question: The chart distance between meridians 10° apart at latitude 65° North is 9.5 cm. The chart scale at this latitude approximates:

1. 1: 5 000 000 2. 1: 3 000 000

3. 1: 2 500 000 4. 1: 6 000 000

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Question 113 of 191 Number: 1543 Question: On a Lambert conformal conic chart, with two standard parallels, the quoted scale is correct:

1. 2. 3. 4.

along the two standard parallels along the prime meridian along the parallel of origin in the area between the standard parallels

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Question 114 of 191 Number: 2141 Question: A chart has the scale 1: 1 000 000. From A to B on the chart measures 3.8 cm, the distance from A to B in NM is:

1. 2. 3. 4.

20.5 38.1 54.2 44.5

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Question 115 of 191 Number: 2142 Question: Contour lines on aeronautical maps and charts connect points:

1. 2. 3. 4.

having the same elevation above sea level of equal latitude having the same longitude with the same variation

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Question 116 of 191 Number: 2144 Question: A straight line on a Lambert Conformal Projection chart for normal flight planning purposes: 1. is a Rhumb line 2. can only be a parallel of latitude 3. is a Loxodromic line

4. is approximately a Great Circle

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Question 117 of 191 Number: 3681 Question: What is the radial and DME distance from BEL VOR/DME (N5439.7 W00613.8) to position N5410 W00710? 1. 223° - 36 NM

2. 236° - 44 NM 3. 333° - 36 NM 4. 320° - 44 NM

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Question 118 of 191 Number: 3682 Question: What is the radial and DME distance from BEL VOR/DME (N5439.7 W00613.8) to position N5440 W00730? 1. 098° - 45 NM 2. 278° - 10 NM

3. 278° - 44 NM 4. 090° - 46 NM

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Question 119 of 191 Number: 3683 Question: What is the radial and DME distance from BEL VOR/DME (N5439.7 W00613.8) to position N5500 W00700? 1. 296° - 65 NM 2. 222° - 48 NM

3. 315° - 34 NM 4. 126° - 33 NM

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Question 120 of 191 Number: 3684 Question: What is the average track (°M) and distance between WTD NDB (N5211.3 W00705.0) and KER NDB (N5210.9 W00931.5)? 1. 270° - 89 NM 2. 090° - 91 NM 3. 098° - 90 NM

4. 278° - 90 NM

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Question 121 of 191 Number: 3685 Question: What is the average track (°M) and distance between CRK VOR (N5150.4 W00829.7) and CRN NDB (N5318.1 W00856.5)? 1. 177° - 92 NM 2. 169° - 91 NM

3. 357° - 89 NM 4. 349° - 90 NM

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Question 122 of 191 Number: 3686 Question: What is the average track (°M) and distance between CRN NDB (N5318.1 W00856.5) and WTD NDB (N5211.3 W00705.0)? 1. 315° - 94 NM 2. 135° - 96 NM 3. 322° - 95 NM

4. 142° - 95 NM

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Question 123 of 191 Number: 3687 Question: What is the average track (°M) and distance between WTD NDB (N5211.3 W00705.0) and BAL VOR (N5318.0 W00626.9)? 1. 198° - 72 NM 2. 206° - 71 NM 3. 018° - 153 NM

4. 026° - 71 NM

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Question 124 of 191 Number: 3688 Question: What is the average track (°M) and distance between KER NDB (N5210.9 W00931.5) and CRN NDB (N5318.1 W00856.5)?

1. 2. 3. 4.

025° - 70 NM 017° - 70 NM 197° - 71 NM 205° - 71 NM

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Question 125 of 191

Number: 3689 Question: What is the average track (°M) and distance between BAL VOR (N5318.0 W00626.9) and SLG NDB (N5416.7 W00836.0)? 1. 308° - 98 NM 2. 128° - 99 NM 3. 262° - 86 NM

4. 316° - 96 NM

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Question 126 of 191 Number: 3325 Question: Approximately how many nautical miles correspond to 12 cm on a map with a scale of 1: 2 000 000? 1. 150

2. 130 3. 43 4. 329

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Question 127 of 191 Number: 3333 Question: A Lambert conformal conic chart has a constant of the cone of 0.75. The initial course of a straight line track drawn on this chart from A (40°N 050°W) to B is 043°(T) at A; course at B is 055°(T). What is the longitude of B?

1. 2. 3. 4.

34°W 38°W 41°W 36°W

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Question 128 of 191 Number: 3340 Question: A Lambert conformal conic chart has a constant of the cone of 0.80. A straight line course drawn on this chart from A (53°N 004°W) to B is 080° at A; course at B is 092°(T). What is the longitude of B? 1. 008°E 2. 019°E

3. 011°E 4. 009°36'E

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Question 129 of 191

Number: 4212 Question: On a Direct Mercator chart at latitude 15°S, a certain length represents a distance of 120 NM on the earth. The same length on the chart will represent on the earth, at latitude 10°N, a distance of:

1. 2. 3. 4.

122.3 NM 118.2 NM 124.2 NM 117.7 NM

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Question 130 of 191 Number: 4213 Question: On a Direct Mercator chart at latitude 45°N, a certain chart length along 45°N represents a distance of 90nm on the surface of the earth. The same length on a chart along latitude 30°N will represent a distance on the earth of: 1. 73.5 NM 2. 78 NM 3. 45 NM

4. 110 NM

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Question 131 of 191 Number: 4923 Question: Given: An aircraft is flying a track of 255°(M), 2254 UTC, it crosses radial 360° from a VOR station, 2300 UTC, it crosses radial 330° from the same station. At 2300 UTC, the distance between the aircraft and the station is:

1. 2. 3. 4.

the same as it was at 2254 UTC randomly different than it was at 2254 UTC less than it was at 2254 UTC greater than it was at 2254 UTC

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Question 132 of 191 Number: 4925 Question: The scale on a Lambert conformal conic chart: 1. varies slightly as a function of latitude and longitude 2. is constant across the whole map 3. is constant along a meridian of longitude

4. is constant along a parallel of latitude

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Question 133 of 191

Number: 4926 Question: A direct Mercator graticule is based on a projection that is:

1. 2. 3. 4.

cylindrical conical concentric spherical

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Question 134 of 191 Number: 5551 Question: On a Mercator chart, at latitude 60°N, the distance measured between W002° and E008° is 20 cm. The scale of this chart at latitude 60°N is approximately:

1. 2. 3. 4.

1: 2 780 000 1: 278 000 1: 556 000 1: 5 560 000

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Question 135 of 191 Number: 5553 Question: Assume a Mercator chart. The distance between positions A and B, located on the same parallel and 10° longitude apart, is 6 cm. The scale at the parallel is 1: 9 260 000. What is the latitude of A and B? 1. 30° N or S 2. 45° N or S

3. 60° N or S 4. 0°

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Question 136 of 191 Number: 5554 Question: On a Lambert chart (standard parallels 37°N and 65°N), with respect to the straight line drawn on the map between A ( N49° W030°) and B (N48° W040°), the: 1. great circle and rhumb line are to the north 2. great circle is to the north, the rhumb line is to the south 3. rhumb line is to the north, the great circle is to the south

4. great circle and rhumb line are to the south

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Question 137 of 191 Number: 5558

Question: At 0020 UTC an aircraft is crossing the 310° radial at 40 NM of a VOR/DME station. At 0035 UTC the radial is 040° and DME distance is 40 NM. Magnetic variation is zero. The true track and ground speed are:

1. 2. 3. 4.

085° - 226 kt 088° - 232 kt 090° - 232 kt 080° - 226 kt

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Question 138 of 191 Number: 5559 Question: A straight line on a chart 4.89 cm long represents 185 NM. The scale of this chart is approximately: 1. 1: 3 500 000 2. 1: 5 000 000 3. 1: 6 000 000

4. 1: 7 000 000

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Question 139 of 191 Number: 5577 Question: Parallels of latitude, except the equator, are: 1. Great circles 2. are neither Rhumb lines nor Great circles

3. Rhumb lines 4. both Rhumb lines and Great circles

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Question 140 of 191 Number: 5579 Question: At latitude 60°N the scale of a Mercator projection is 1: 5 000 000. The length on the chart between 'C' N60° E008° and 'D' N60° W008° is: 1. 19.2 cm

2. 17.8 cm 3. 35.6 cm 4. 16.2 cm

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Question 141 of 191 Number: 5581

Question: The two standard parallels of a conical Lambert projection are at N10°40'N and N41°20'. The cone constant of this chart is approximatively: 1. 0.66

2. 0.44 3. 0.18 4. 0.90

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Question 142 of 191 Number: 5835 Question: What is the radial and DME distance from CRK VOR/DME (N5150.4 W00829.7) to position N5220 W00810? 1. 220° - 40 NM

2. 030° - 33 NM 3. 048° - 40 NM 4. 014° - 33 NM

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Question 143 of 191 Number: 5836 Question: What is the radial and DME distance from CRK VOR/DME (N5150.4 W00829.7) to position N5210 W00920? 1. 295° - 38 NM 2. 350° - 22 NM 3. 170° - 22 NM

4. 311° - 38 NM

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Question 144 of 191 Number: 5837 Question: What is the radial and DME distance from CRK VOR/DME (N5150.4 W00829.7) to position N5230 W00750? 1. 017° - 43 NM 2. 023° - 48 NM

3. 039° - 48 NM 4. 024° - 43 NM

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Question 145 of 191 Number: 5838

Question: What is the radial and DME distance from CRK VOR/DME (N5150.4 W00829.7) to position N5140 W00730? 1. 106° - 38 NM 2. 293° - 39 NM 3. 104° - 76 NM

4. 113° - 38 NM

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Question 146 of 191 Number: 5839 Question: What is the radial and DME distance from SHA VOR/DME (N5243.3 W00853.1) to position N5300 W00940?

1. 2. 3. 4.

309° - 33 NM 324° - 17 NM 057° - 27 NM 293° - 33 NM

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Question 147 of 191 Number: 5840 Question: What is the radial and DME distance from SHA VOR/DME (N5243.3 W00853.1) to position N5310 W00830? 1. 019° - 31 NM 2. 207° - 31 NM 3. 070° - 58 NM

4. 035° - 30 NM

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Question 148 of 191 Number: 5841 Question: What is the radial and DME distance from SHA VOR/DME (N5243.3 W00853.1) to position N5220 W00810? 1. 212° - 26 NM

2. 139° - 35 NM 3. 129° - 46 NM 4. 132° - 36 NM

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Question 149 of 191 Number: 5842

Question: What is the radial and DME distance from SHA VOR/DME (N5243.3 W00853.1) to position N5210 W00920? 1. 354° - 34 NM

2. 214° - 37 NM 3. 346° - 34 NM 4. 198° - 37 NM

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Question 150 of 191 Number: 5843 Question: What is the radial and DME distance from CON VOR/DME (N5354.8 W00849.1) to position N5430 W00900? 1. 169° - 35 NM 2. 049° - 45 NM

3. 358° - 36 NM 4. 214° - 26 NM

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Question 151 of 191 Number: 5844 Question: What is the radial and DME distance from CON VOR/DME (N5354.8 W00849.1) to position N5400 W00800? 1. 094° - 64 NM

2. 088° - 29 NM 3. 260° - 30 NM 4. 320° - 8 NM

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Question 152 of 191 Number: 5845 Question: What is the radial and DME distance from CON VOR/DME (N5354.8 W00849.1) to position N5340 W00820? 1. 119° - 42 NM 2. 240° - 24 NM 3. 311° - 22 NM

4. 140° - 23 NM

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Question 153 of 191 Number: 5846

Question: What is the radial and DME distance from CON VOR/DME (N5354.8 W00849.1) to position N5330 W00930? 1. 165° - 27 NM 2. 025° - 38 NM 3. 335° - 43 NM

4. 233° - 35 NM

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Question 154 of 191 Number: 5847 Question: What is the average track (°M) and distance between CRN NDB (N5318.1 W00856.5) and BEL VOR (N5439.7 W00613.8)? 1. 229° - 125 NM

2. 058° - 128 NM 3. 089° - 95 NM 4. 237° - 130 NM

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Question 155 of 191 Number: 5848 Question: What is the average track (°T) and distance between CON VOR (N5354.8 W00849.1) and BEL VOR (N5439.7 W00613.8)? 1. 071° - 100 NM 2. 113° - 97 NM 3. 293° - 98 NM

4. 063° - 101 NM

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Question 156 of 191 Number: 5849 Question: What is the average track (°T) and distance between SLG NDB (N5416.7 W00836.0) and CFN NDB (N5502.6 W00820.4)?

1. 2. 3. 4.

011° - 47 NM 348° - 46 NM 191° - 45 NM 020° - 46 NM

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Question 157 of 191 Number: 5850

Question: What is the average track (°T) and distance between WTD NDB (N5211.3 W00705.0) and FOY NDB (N5234.0 W00911.7)? 1. 294° - 80 NM

2. 286° - 81 NM 3. 277° - 83 NM 4. 075° - 81 NM

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Question 158 of 191 Number: 5851 Question: What is the average track (°T) and distance between WTD NDB (N5211.3 W00705.0) and SLG NDB (N5416.7 W00836.0)? 1. 164° - 138 NM 2. 156° - 136 NM

3. 336° - 137 NM 4. 344° - 139 NM

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Question 159 of 191 Number: 5852 Question: What is the average track (°T) and distance between SHA VOR (N5243.3 W00853.1) and CON VOR (N5354.8 W00849.1)? 1. 006° - 71 NM 2. 010° - 71 NM 3. 358° - 72 NM

4. 002° - 72 NM

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Question 160 of 191 Number: 5853 Question: What is the average track (°T) and distance between BAL VOR (N5318.0 W00626.9) and CRN NDB (N5318.1 W00856.5)? 1. 272° - 89 NM 2. 268° - 91 NM

3. 270° - 90 NM 4. 278° - 89 NM

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Question 161 of 191 Number: 5854

Question: What is the average track (°T) and distance between BAL VOR (N5318.0 W00626.9) and CFN NDB (N5502.6 W00820.4)? 1. 330° - 130 NM 2. 335° - 128 NM 3. 320° - 127 NM

4. 327° - 124 NM

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Question 162 of 191 Number: 5855 Question: What is the average track (°T) and distance between CRN NDB (N5318.1 W00856.5) and EKN NDB (N5423.6 W00738.7)? 1. 031° - 81 NM 2. 044° - 82 NM 3. 042° - 83 NM

4. 035° - 80 NM

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Question 163 of 191 Number: 5856 Question: Given: SHA VOR (N5243.3 W00853.1) radial 223°, CRK VOR (N5150.4 W00829.7) radial 322°. What is the aircraft position? 1. N5210 W00910

2. N5220 W00920 3. N5210 W00930 4. N5230 W00910

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Question 164 of 191 Number: 5857 Question: Given: SHA VOR (N5243.3 W00853.1) radial 205°, CRK VOR (N5150.4 W00829.7) radial 317°. What is the aircraft position? 1. N5215 W00917

2. N5210 W00910 3. N5118 W00913 4. N5205 W00915

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Question 165 of 191 Number: 5546

Question: On a chart, the distance along a meridian between latitudes 45°N and 46°N is 6 cm. The scale of the chart is approximately:

1. 2. 3. 4.

1: 1 850 000 1: 18 500 000 1: 1 000 000 1: 185 000

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Question 166 of 191 Number: 5547 Question: Given: Chart scale is 1: 1 850 000. The chart distance between two points is 4 centimetres. Earth distance is approximately: 1. 74 NM 2. 4 NM

3. 40 NM 4. 100 NM

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Question 167 of 191 Number: 5741 Question: On a Direct Mercator chart, meridians are: 1. inclined, equally spaced, straight lines that meet at the nearer pole 2. inclined, unequally spaced, curved lines that meet at the nearer pole 3. parallel, unequally spaced, vertical straight lines

4. parallel, equally spaced, vertical straight lines

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Question 168 of 191 Number: 5742 Question: On which of the following chart projections is it NOT possible to represent the north or south poles? 1. Polar stereographic 2. Transverse Mercator 3. Lambert's conformal

4. Direct Mercator

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Question 169 of 191 Number: 5743 Question: Which one of the following, concerning great circles on a Direct Mercator chart, is correct? 1. They approximate to straight lines between the standard parallels

2. They are all curves convex to the equator

3. With the exception of meridians and the equator, they are curves concave to the equator 4. They are all curves concave to the equator

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Question 170 of 191 Number: 5744 Question: On a Lambert conformal conic chart, the distance between parallels of latitude spaced the same number of degrees apart: 1. is larger between the standard parallels and is smaller outside them 2. is constant between the standard parallels and is greater outside them 3. is constant throughout the chart

4. is smaller between the standard parallels than outside them

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Question 171 of 191 Number: 5745 Question: Which one of the following statements is correct concerning the appearance of great circles, with the exception of meridians, on a Polar Stereographic chart whose tangency is at the pole ? 1. Any straight line is a great circle 2. They are curves convex to the Pole

3. The higher the latitude the closer they approximate to a straight line 4. They are complex curves that can be convex and/or concave to the Pole

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Question 172 of 191 Number: 5746 Question: Which one of the following describes the appearance of rhumb lines, except meridians, on a Polar Stereographic chart? 1. Curves convex to the Pole 2. Straight lines

3. Curves concave to the Pole 4. Ellipses around the Pole

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Question 173 of 191 Number: 5747 Question: What is the value of the convergence factor on a Polar Stereographic chart?

1. 2. 3. 4.

1.0 0.0 0.5 0.866

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Question 174 of 191 Number: 5748 Question: On a Direct Mercator, rhumb lines are: 1. curves concave to the equator 2. curves convex to the equator 3. ellipses

4. straight lines

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Question 175 of 191 Number: 5780 Question: A course of 120°(T) is drawn between 'X' (61°30'N) and 'Y' (58°30'N) on a Lambert Conformal conic chart with a scale of 1: 1 000 000 at 60°N. The chart distance between 'X' and 'Y' is:

1. 2. 3. 4.

66.7 cm 38.5 cm 36.0 cm 33.4 cm

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Question 176 of 191 Number: 5782 Question: Given: Direct Mercator chart with a scale of 1: 200 000 at equator; Chart length from 'A' to 'B', in the vicinity of the equator, 11 cm. What is the approximate distance from 'A' to 'B'? 1. 22 NM 2. 14 NM 3. 21 NM

4. 12 NM

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Question 177 of 191 Number: 11395 Question: A straight line is drawn on a Lamberts conformal conic chart between two positions of different longitude. The angular difference between the initial true track and the final true track of the line is equal to: 1. earth convergency

2. chart convergency 3. difference in longitude 4. conversion angle

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Question 178 of 191 Number: 14257 Question: Position A = (30°00.0''N, 175°23.2''W) Position B = (30°00.0''N, 173°48.1''E) For the route from A to B the 1. rhumb line distance is 648.7 NM. 2. great circle direction at B is 092.7°. 3. great circle direction at A is 275.4°.

4. rhumb line distance is 578NM.

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Question 179 of 191 Number: 14216 Question: Variation at an NDB is 9W. Variation at the aircraft is 11W. The true track of the great circle to the NDB from the aircraft, at the aircraft, is 101.5. The magnetic bearing of the NDB from the aircraft is: 1. 110.5 2. 114.5 3. 108.5

4. 112.5

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Question 180 of 191 Number: 14358 Question: A great circle track crosses the equator at 30°W has an initial track of 035°T. It''s highest or lowest North/South point is: 1. 55°S 060°W 2. 35°S 150°E

3. 55°N 060°E 4. 35°N 150°W

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Question 181 of 191 Number: 14379 Question: An aircraft is in the position (86°N, 020°E). When following a rhumb line track of 085°(T) it will: 1. follow a line which lies at first to the North of the parallel of 86°N but after having passed a DL of 180° to the South of it.

2. fly to the north via an arbitrary line. 3. follow a small circle which lies to the North of the parallel of 86°N.

4. fly via a spiral to the North Pole.

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Question 182 of 191 Number: 15239 Question: A straight line from A (53ºS, 155ºE) to B (53ºS, 170ºW) is drawn on a Lambert Conformal conical chart with standard parallels at 50ºS and 56ºS. When passing 175ºW, the True Track is: 1. 258.0º

2. 078.0º 3. 282.0º 4. 102.0º

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Question 183 of 191 Number: 15240 Question: An NDB is located at position (N55°26', W005°42'). The variation at the NDB is 9°W. The position of the aircraft is (56°00'N, 010°00'W). The variation at the aircraft-position is 11°W. The initial TTof the great circle from the aircraft position to the NDB position, is 101.5°. What is the Magnetic Bearing of the NDB from the aircraft?

1. 2. 3. 4.

112.5° 114.5° 108.5° 110.5°

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Question 184 of 191 Number: 14919 Question: The standard parallels of a Lambert chart are 26°N and 48°N and the stated scale is 1:2 500 000. Which statement is correct? 1. The scale at 30°N is smaller than the scale at 37°N. 2. The scale at 37°N is larger than the scale at 20°N. 3. The scale at 46°N is larger than the scale at 50°N.

4. The scale at 28°N is smaller than the scale at 24°N.

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Question 185 of 191 Number: 14920 Question: Which statement is correct about the scale of a Polar Stereographic projection of the Northern polar area?

1. 2. 3. 4.

The scale reaches its minimum value at the North pole. The scale reaches its maximum value at the North pole. The scale reaches its maximum value at the 45°N. The scale reaches its minimum value at the equator.

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Question 186 of 191 Number: 14921 Question: Which statement is correct about the scale of a Lambert projection? 1. The scale reaches its minimum value at the standard parallels. 2. The scale reaches its maximum value at the parallel of origin. 3. The scale reaches its maximum value at the standard parallels.

4. The scale reaches its minimum value at the parallel of origin.

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Question 187 of 191 Number: 15136 Question: On a Mercator's projection the distance between (17°N, 035°E) and (17°N, 040°E) is 5 cm. The scale at 57°N is approximately: 1. 1 :10 626 460 2. 1 : 5 556 000A 3. 1 :18 658 470

4. 1 : 6 052 030

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Question 188 of 191 Number: 15132 Question: A straight line from A (75ºS, 120ºE) to B (75ºS, 160ºE) is drawn on a Polar Stereographic chart. When passing the meridian 155ºE, the True Track is: 1. 095º 2. 255º 3. 105º

4. 075º

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Question 189 of 191 Number: 15121 Question: The positions A (30°00'N, 017°30'E) and B at longitude (30°00'N, 023°30'E) are plotted on a Lambert chart with a constant of the cone of 0.5. A and B are connected by a straight line. The True Track measured at A is 088.5°. What is the True Track measured at B? 1. 094.5°

2. 085.5° 3. 082.5°

4. 091.5°

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Question 190 of 191 Number: 6541 Question: Levels curve on a hypsometric chart refer to: 1. latitude

2. altitude 3. magnetic variation 4. longitude

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Question 191 of 191 Number: 6543 Question: Correct statement about a polar stereographic chart is: 1. Generally, distance in NM on the straight line chart will be closer of the rhumb line distance than the great circle distance.

2. The closer the pole the higher straight line chart approximates the great circle. 3. Distance in NM between 2 positions on the straight line chart is shorter that the distance on the rhumb line. 4. Exact great circle turns his curve to the pole.

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04- DEAD REACKONİNG NAVIGATION Question 1 of 163 Number: 16746 Question: The accuracy of the, manually calculated, DR-position of an aircraft is, among other things, affected by 1. the accuracy of the adjustment of the position lines for the motion of the aircraft between the last fix and the DR-position.

2. the accuracy of the forecasted wind. 3. the accuracy of the adjustment of the position lines for the motion of the aircraft between the last and the new DR-position. 4. the accuracy of the actual wind.

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Question 2 of 163 Number: 16748

Question: The accuracy of the, manually calculated, DR-position of an aircraft is, among other things, affected by 1. the accuracy of the actual wind.

2. the flight time since the last position update. 3. the accuracy of the adjustment of the position lines for the motion of the aircraft between the last and the new DR-position. 4. the accuracy of the adjustment of the position lines for the motion of the aircraft between the last fix and the DR-position.

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Question 3 of 163 Number: 16796 Question: What may cause a difference between a DR-position and a Fix?

1. 2. 3. 4.

The difference between the actual wind and the forecasted wind. The difference between the magnetic and the true wind direction. The difference between no-wind and the actual wind. The difference between no-wind and the forecasted wind.

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Question 4 of 163 Number: 316 Question: Given: True Heading = 090°, TAS = 200 kt, W/V = 220° / 30 kt. Calculate the GS? 1. 200 kt

2. 220 kt 3. 230 kt 4. 180 kt

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Question 5 of 163 Number: 317 Question: An aeroplane is flying at TAS 180 kt on a track of 090°. The W/V is 045° / 50kt. How far can the aeroplane fly out from its base and return in one hour?

1. 2. 3. 4.

85 NM 56 NM 176 NM 88 NM

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Question 6 of 163 Number: 318

Question: The following information is displayed on an Inertial Navigation System: GS 520 kt, True HDG 090°, Drift angle 5° right, TAS 480 kt. SAT (static air temperature) -51°C. The W/V being experienced is: 1. 220° / 60 kt 2. 325° / 60 kt 3. 225° / 60 kt

4. 320° / 60 kt

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Question 7 of 163 Number: 319 Question: The reported surface wind from the Control Tower is 240°/35 kt. Runway 30 (300°). What is the cross-wind component? 1. 24 kt

2. 30 kt 3. 21 kt 4. 27 kt

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Question 8 of 163 Number: 306 Question: Given the following: Magnetic heading: 060°, Magnetic variation: 8°W, Drift angle: 4° right, What is the true track?

1. 2. 3. 4.

056° 048° 072° 064°

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Question 9 of 163 Number: 307 Question: An aircraft is following a true track of 048° at a constant TAS of 210 kt. The wind velocity is 350° / 30 kt. The GS and drift angle are: 1. 192 kt, 7° left 2. 225 kt, 7° left 3. 200 kt, 3.5° right

4. 192 kt, 7° right

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Question 10 of 163 Number: 308

Question: Given: FL 350, Mach 0.80, OAT -55°C. Calculate the values for TAS and local speed of sound (LSS)?

1. 2. 3. 4.

461 kt , LSS 576 kt 461 kt , LSS 296 kt 237 kt, LSS 296 kt 490 kt, LSS 461 kt

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Question 11 of 163 Number: 310 Question: Given: Magnetic heading = 255°, VAR = 40°W, GS = 375 kt, W/V = 235°(T) / 120 kt, Calculate the drift angle? 1. 9° left 2. 3° left 3. 6° right

4. 6° left

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Question 12 of 163 Number: 311 Question: Given: True Heading = 180°, TAS = 500 kt, W/V 225° / 100 kt, Calculate the GS? 1. 600 kt 2. 535 kt 3. 450 kt

4. 435 kt

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Question 13 of 163 Number: 312 Question: Given: True heading = 310°, TAS = 200 kt, GS = 176 kt, Drift angle 7° right. Calculate the W/V? 1. 360° / 33 kt 2. 180° / 33 kt 3. 090° / 33 kt

4. 270° / 33 kt

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Question 14 of 163 Number: 1144 Question: 265 US-GAL equals? (Specific gravity 0.80)

1. 2. 3. 4.

803 kg 862 kg 940 kg 895 kg

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Question 15 of 163 Number: 1177 Question: Given: TAS = 485 kt, OAT = ISA +10°C, FL 410. Calculate the Mach Number? 1. 0.85

2. 0.825 3. 0.87 4. 0.90

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Question 16 of 163 Number: 1180 Question: At reference. 1215 UTC LAJES VORTAC (38°46'N 027°05'W) RMI reads 178°, range 135 NM. Calculate the aircraft position at 1215 UTC?

1. 2. 3. 4.

40°55'N 027°55'W 41°00'N 028°10'W 41°05'N 027°50'W 40°50'N 027°30'W

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Question 17 of 163 Number: 1181 Question: At reference. 1300 UTC DR position 37°30'N 021°30'W alter heading PORT SANTO NDB (33°03'N 016°23'W) TAS 450 kt, Forecast W/V 360°/30kt. Calculate the ETA at PORT SANTO NDB? 1. 1344

2. 1348 3. 1354 4. 1341

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Question 18 of 163 Number: 1182 Question: For a distance of 1860 NM between Q and R, a ground speed "out" of 385 kt, a ground speed "back" of 465 kt and an endurance of 8 HR (excluding reserves) the distance from Q to the point of safe return (PSR) is: 1. 930 NM

2. 1865 NM 3. 1532 NM

4. 1685 NM

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Question 19 of 163 Number: 1183 Question: Two points A and B are 1000 NM apart. TAS = 490 kt. On the flight between A and B the equivalent headwind is -20 kt. On the return leg between B and A, the equivalent tailwind is +40 kt. What distance from A, along the route A to B, is the the Point of Equal Time (PET)? 1. 470 NM 2. 500 NM

3. 530 NM 4. 455 NM

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Question 20 of 163 Number: 1184 Question: Given: AD = Air distance, GD = Ground distance, TAS = True Airspeed GS = Groundspeed. Which of the following is the correct formula to calculate ground distance (GD) gone? 1. GD = (AD - TAS)/TAS 2. GD = TAS/(GS X AD)

3. GD = (AD X GS)/TAS 4. GD = AD X (GS -TAS)/GS

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Question 21 of 163 Number: 882 Question: Given the following: True track: 192°, Magnetic variation: 7°E, Drift angle: 5° left. What is the magnetic heading required to maintain the given track? 1. 204° 2. 180° 3. 194°

4. 190°

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Question 22 of 163 Number: 2327 Question: Given: M 0.80, CAT -50°C, FL 330, GS 490 kt, VAR 20°W, Magnetic heading 140°, Drift is 11° Right. Calculate the true W/V? 1. 025°/45 kt

2. 200°/95 kt

3. 020°/95 kt 4. 025°/47 kt

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Question 23 of 163 Number: 2316 Question: What is the ISA temperature value at FL 330? 1. -66°C 2. -56°C 3. -81°C

4. -51°C

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Question 24 of 163 Number: 2333 Question: How many NM would an aircraft travel in 1 MIN 45 SEC if GS is 135 kt? 1. 39.0 2. 2.36

3. 3.94 4. 3.25

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Question 25 of 163 Number: 2324 Question: Given: TAS 487kt, FL 330, Temperature ISA + 15.Calculate the MACH Number? 1. 0.84 2. 0.78 3. 0.76

4. 0.81

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Question 26 of 163 Number: 2897 Question: The ICAO definition of ETA is the: 1. estimated time en route

2. estimated time of arrival at destination 3. actual time of arrival at a point or fix

4. estimated time of arrival at an en-route point or fix

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Question 27 of 163 Number: 2898 Question: An aircraft travels 100 statute miles in 20 MIN, how long does it take to travel 215 NM? 1. 100 MIN 2. 90 MIN 3. 80 MIN

4. 50 MIN

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Question 28 of 163 Number: 2899 Question: Given: TAS = 220 kt; Magnetic course = 212 º, W/V 160 º(M)/ 50kt, Calculate the GS?

1. 2. 3. 4.

186 kt 250 kt 246 kt 290 kt

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Question 29 of 163 Number: 2900 Question: Given: FL250, OAT -15 ºC, TAS 250 kt.Calculate the Mach No.? 1. 0.39 2. 0.44

3. 0.40 4. 0.42

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Question 30 of 163 Number: 2903 Question: Given: Magnetic track = 315 º, HDG = 301 º(M), VAR = 5ºW, TAS = 225 kt, The aircraft flies 50 NM in 12 MIN. Calculate the W/V(°T)?

1. 2. 3. 4.

190 º/63 kt 195 º/63 kt 355 º/15 kt 195 º/61 kt

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Question 31 of 163 Number: 2304 Question: 730 FT/MIN equals: 1. 1.6 m/sec 2. 2.2 m/sec

3. 3.7 m/sec 4. 5.2 m/sec

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Question 32 of 163 Number: 2305 Question: How long will it take to fly 5 NM at a groundspeed of 269 Kt ?

1. 2. 3. 4.

1 MIN 07 SEC 1 MIN 55 SEC 0 MIN 34 SEC 2 MIN 30 SEC

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Question 33 of 163 Number: 2306 Question: An aircraft travels 2.4 statute miles in 47 seconds. What is its groundspeed? 1. 183 kt 2. 131 kt 3. 209 kt

4. 160 kt

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Question 34 of 163 Number: 3078 Question: Given: True track 180°, Drift 8°R, Compass heading 195°, Deviation -2°, Calculate the variation? 1. 25°W 2. 5°W 3. 9°W

4. 21°W

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Question 35 of 163 Number: 3080 Question: Given: True course 300°, drift 8°R, variation 10°W, deviation -4° . Calculate the compass heading? 1. 294°

2. 278° 3. 322°

4. 306°

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Question 36 of 163 Number: 3081 Question: Given: true track 352°, variation 11° W, deviation is -5°, drift 10°R. Calculate the compass heading?

1. 2. 3. 4.

358° 025° 346° 018°

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Question 37 of 163 Number: 3082 Question: Given: true track 070°, variation 30°W, deviation +1°, drift 10°R, Calculate the compass heading? 1. 091° 2. 100° 3. 101°

4. 089°

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Question 38 of 163 Number: 3088 Question: Given: TAS = 270 kt, True HDG = 270°, Actual wind 205°(T)/30kt. Calculate the drift angle and GS?

1. 2. 3. 4.

6R - 259kt 8R - 259kt 6L - 256kt 6R - 251kt

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Question 39 of 163 Number: 3089 Question: Given: TAS = 270 kt, True HDG = 145°, Actual wind = 205°(T)/30kt. Calculate the drift angle and GS? 1. 6°R - 259 kt

2. 6°L - 256 kt 3. 8°R - 261 kt 4. 6°R - 251 kt

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Question 40 of 163 Number: 3090 Question: Given: TAS = 470 kt, True HDG = 317°, W/V = 045°(T)/45kt. Calculate the drift angle and GS? 1. 3°R - 470 kt 2. 5°R - 475 kt

3. 5°L - 470 kt 4. 5°L - 475 kt

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Question 41 of 163 Number: 3091 Question: Given: TAS = 140 kt, True HDG = 302°, W/V = 045°(T)/45kt. Calculate the drift angle and GS?

1. 2. 3. 4.

16°L - 156 kt 18°R - 146 kt 9°R - 143 kt 9°L - 146 kt

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Question 42 of 163 Number: 3092 Question: Given: TAS = 290 kt, True HDG = 171°, W/V = 310°(T)/30kt. Calculate the drift angle and GS? 1. 4°L - 310 kt 2. 4°R - 314 kt

3. 4°L - 314 kt 4. 4°R - 310 kt

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Question 43 of 163 Number: 3093 Question: Given: TAS = 485 kt, True HDG = 226°, W/V = 110°(T)/95kt. Calculate the drift angle and GS? 1. 8°L - 435 kt 2. 7°R - 531 kt 3. 9°R - 433 kt

4. 9°R - 533 kt

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Question 44 of 163 Number: 3094 Question: Given: TAS = 472 kt, True HDG = 005°, W/V = 110°(T)/50kt. Calculate the drift angle and GS? 1. 6°R/462 kt 2. 6°L/402 kt 3. 6°R/490 kt

4. 6°L/490 kt

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Question 45 of 163 Number: 3095 Question: Given: TAS = 190 kt, True HDG = 085°, W/V = 110°(T)/50kt. Calculate the drift angle and GS? 1. 4°L - 168 kt

2. 8°L - 146 kt 3. 4°L - 145 kt 4. 7°L - 156 kt

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Question 46 of 163 Number: 3096 Question: Given: TAS = 132 kt, True HDG = 257°, W/V = 095°(T)/35kt. Calculate the drift angle and GS? 1. 2°R - 166 kt 2. 3°L - 166 kt

3. 4°R - 165 kt 4. 4°L - 167 kt

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Question 47 of 163 Number: 3097 Question: Given: TAS = 370 kt, True HDG = 181°, W/V = 095°(T)/35kt. Calculate the true track and GS? 1. 176 - 370 kt 2. 189 - 370 kt 3. 192 - 370 kt

4. 186 - 370 kt

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Question 48 of 163 Number: 3098 Question: Given: TAS = 375 kt, True HDG = 124°, W/V = 130°(T)/55kt. Calculate the true track and GS? 1. 125 - 322 kt 2. 125 - 318 kt 3. 126 - 320 kt

4. 123 - 320 kt

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Question 49 of 163 Number: 3099 Question: Given: TAS = 125 kt, True HDG = 355°, W/V = 320°(T)/30kt. Calculate the true track and GS? 1. 348 - 102 kt 2. 002 - 98 kt

3. 005 - 102 kt 4. 345 - 100 kt

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Question 50 of 163 Number: 3100 Question: Given: TAS = 198 kt, HDG (°T) = 180, W/V = 359/25. Calculate the Track(°T) and GS? 1. 179 - 220 kt 2. 180 - 183 kt 3. 181 - 180 kt

4. 180 - 223 kt

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Question 51 of 163 Number: 3101 Question: Given: TAS = 135 kt, HDG (°T) = 278, W/V = 140/20kt. Calculate the Track (°T) and GS? 1. 272 - 121 kt

2. 283 - 150 kt 3. 275 - 150 kt 4. 279 - 152 kt

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Question 52 of 163 Number: 3102 Question: Given: TAS = 225 kt, HDG (°T) = 123°, W/V = 090/60kt. Calculate the Track (°T) and GS?

1. 134 - 188 kt

2. 134 - 178 kt 3. 128 - 180 kt 4. 120 - 190 kt

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Question 53 of 163 Number: 3103 Question: Given: TAS = 480 kt, HDG (°T) = 040°, W/V = 090/60kt. Calculate the Track (°T) and GS?

1. 2. 3. 4.

034 - 445 kt 032 - 425 kt 036 - 435 kt 028 - 415 kt

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Question 54 of 163 Number: 3104 Question: Given: TAS = 155 kt, HDG (T) = 216°, W/V = 090/60kt. Calculate the Track (°T) and GS? 1. 224 - 175 kt 2. 226 - 186 kt

3. 231 - 196 kt 4. 222 - 181 kt

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Question 55 of 163 Number: 12812 Question: Calibrated Airspeed (CAS) is Indicated Airspeed (IAS) corrected for: 1. density.

2. instrument error and position error. 3. temperature and pressure error. 4. compressibility error.

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Question 56 of 163 Number: 12808 Question: An aircraft is flying at FL180 and the outside air temperature is -30°C. If the CAS is 150 kt, what is the TAS?

1. 195 kt

2. 180 kt 3. 145 kt 4. 115 kt

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Question 57 of 163 Number: 12819 Question: An aircraft is flying at FL150, with an outside air temperature of -30°, above an airport where the elevation is 1660 ft and the QNH is 993 hPa. Calculate the true altitude. (Assume 30 ft = 1 hPa)

1. 2. 3. 4.

13 660 ft 17 160 ft 15 210 ft 14 120 ft

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Question 58 of 163 Number: 12923 Question: Given: True Track 239° True Heading 229° TAS 555 kt G/S 577 kt Calculate the wind velocity. 1. 165°/100kt 2. 310°/100kt

3. 130°/100kt 4. 300°/100kt

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Question 59 of 163 Number: 12935 Question: Given: TAS = 472 kt, True HDG = 005°, W/V = 110°(T)/50kt. Calculate the drift angle and GS.

1. 2. 3. 4.

6°L/490 kt 6°R/490 kt 6°R/462 kt 6°L/402 kt

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Question 60 of 163 Number: 12936 Question: Given: Magnetic heading = 255° VAR = 40°W GS = 375 kt W/V = 235°(T) / 120 kt Calculate the drift angle? 1. 6° right 2. 9° left 3. 3° left

4. 6° left

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Question 61 of 163 Number: 12937 Question: Given: True Track = 095°, TAS = 160 kt, True Heading = 087°, GS = 130 kts; Calculate W/V 1. 124°/36 kt

2. 057°/36 kt 3. 237°/36 kt 4. 307°/36 kt

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Question 62 of 163 Number: 15511 Question: Given: An aircraft is flying at FL100, OAT = ISA - 15ºC. The QNH, given by a meteorological station with an elevation of 100 ft below MSL is 1032 hPa. 1 hPa = 27 ft Calculate the approximate True Altitude of this aircraft. 1. 11200 ft 2. 9400 ft

3. 9900 ft 4. 10600 ft

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Question 63 of 163 Number: 15498 Question: An aircraft is flying at FL200. The QNH, given by a meteorological station at an elevation of 1300ft is 998.2 hPa. OAT = - 40ºC. The elevation of the highest obstacle along the route is 8 000 ft. Calculate the aircraft's approximate clearance above the highest obstacle on this route.

1. 2. 3. 4.

10 500 ft 11 800 ft 20 200 ft 9 200 ft

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Question 64 of 163 Number: 15499 Question: The QNH, given by a station at 2500 ft, is 980hPa.The elevation of the highest obstacle along a route is 8 000 ft and the OAT = ISA -10°C. When an aircraft, on route has to descend the minimum indicated altitude (QNH on the subscale of the altimeter) to maintain a clearance of 2000 ft, will be: 1. 11 200 ft 2. 10 000 ft 3. 9 700 ft

4. 10 400 ft

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Question 65 of 163 Number: 15369 Question: An aircraft is flying at FL250, OAT = - 45°C. The QNH, given by a station at MSL, is 993.2 hPa. Calculate the approximate True Altitude. 1. 25500 ft 2. 26100 ft

3. 23400 ft 4. 24000 ft

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Question 66 of 163 Number: 15428 Question: An aircraft flies at FL 250. OAT = - 45°C. The QNH, given by a meteorological station with an elevation of 2830 ft, is 1033 hPa. Calculate the clearance above a mountain ridge with an elevation of 20410 ft.

1. 2. 3. 4.

4 200 ft 3 500 ft 3 000 ft 4 600 ft

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Question 67 of 163 Number: 2146 Question: Fuel flow per HR is 22 US-GAL, total fuel on board is 83 IMP GAL. What is the endurance? 1. 3 HR 12 MIN

2. 4 HR 32 MIN 3. 2 HR 15 MIN 4. 3 HR 53 MIN

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Question 68 of 163 Number: 2147 Question: What is the ratio between the litre and the US-GAL ? 1. 1 litre equals 3.78 US-GAL 2. 1 US-GAL equals 4.55 litres 3. 1 litre equals 4.55 US-GAL

4. 1 US-GAL equals 3.78 litres

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Question 69 of 163 Number: 3256 Question: Given: TAS = 170 kt, HDG(T) = 100°, W/V = 350/30kt. Calculate the Track (°T) and GS? 1. 098 - 178 kt 2. 103 - 178 kt 3. 091 - 183 kt

4. 109 - 182 kt

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Question 70 of 163 Number: 3257 Question: Given: TAS = 235 kt, HDG (T) = 076°, W/V = 040/40kt. Calculate the drift angle and GS? 1. 7L - 269 kt 2. 5R - 207 kt

3. 7R - 204 kt 4. 5L - 255 kt

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Question 71 of 163 Number: 3258 Question: Given: TAS = 440 kt, HDG (T) = 349°, W/V = 040/40kt. Calculate the drift and GS?

1. 2. 3. 4.

4L - 415 kt 6L - 395 kt 5L - 385 kt 2L - 420 kt

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Question 72 of 163 Number: 3259 Question: Given: TAS = 465 kt, HDG (T) = 124°, W/V = 170/80kt. Calculate the drift and GS?

1. 2. 3. 4.

8L - 415 kt 6L - 400 kt 3L - 415 kt 4L - 400 kt

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Question 73 of 163 Number: 3260 Question: Given: TAS = 95 kt, HDG (T) = 075°, W/V = 310/20kt. Calculate the drift and GS? 1. 10L - 104 kt 2. 9L - 105 kt 3. 8R - 104 kt

4. 9R - 108 kt

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Question 74 of 163 Number: 3261 Question: Given: TAS = 140 kt, HDG (T) = 005°, W/V = 265/25kt. Calculate the drift and GS? 1. 11R - 140 kt 2. 11R - 142 kt 3. 9R - 140 kt

4. 10R - 146 kt

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Question 75 of 163 Number: 3262 Question: Given: TAS = 190 kt, HDG (T) = 355°, W/V = 165/25kt. Calculate the drift and GS?

1. 2. 3. 4.

1L - 215 kt 1R - 165 kt 1L - 225 kt 1R - 175 kt

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Question 76 of 163 Number: 3263 Question: Given: TAS = 230 kt, HDG (T) = 250°, W/V = 205/10kt. Calculate the drift and GS? 1. 1L - 225 kt 2. 2L - 224 kt 3. 1R - 221 kt

4. 2R - 223 kt

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Question 77 of 163 Number: 3264 Question: Given: TAS = 205 kt, HDG (T) = 180°, W/V = 240/25kt. Calculate the drift and GS?

1. 7L - 192 kt 2. 4L - 195 kt 3. 3L - 190 kt

4. 6L - 194 kt

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Question 78 of 163 Number: 3265 Question: Given: TAS = 250 kt, HDG (T) = 029°, W/V = 035/45kt. Calculate the drift and GS? 1. 1R - 295 kt

2. 1L - 205 kt 3. 1R - 205 kt 4. 1L - 265 kt

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Question 79 of 163 Number: 3266 Question: Given: TAS = 132 kt, HDG (T) = 053°, W/V = 205/15kt. Calculate the Track (°T) and GS? 1. 051 - 144 kt

2. 050 - 145 kt 3. 057 - 144 kt 4. 052 - 143 kt

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Question 80 of 163 Number: 3267 Question: Given: TAS = 90 kt, HDG (T) = 355°, W/V = 120/20kt. Calculate the Track (°T) and GS? 1. 358 - 101 kt 2. 359 - 102 kt

3. 346 - 102 kt 4. 006 - 95 kt

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Question 81 of 163 Number: 3268 Question: Given: TAS = 485 kt, HDG (T) = 168°, W/V = 130/75kt. Calculate the Track (°T) and GS? 1. 175 - 432 kt 2. 175 - 420 kt

3. 174 - 428 kt 4. 173 - 424 kt

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Question 82 of 163 Number: 3269 Question: Given: TAS = 155 kt, Track (T) = 305°, W/V = 160/18kt. Calculate the HDG (°T) and GS? 1. 309 - 141 kt 2. 309 - 170 kt

3. 301 - 169 kt 4. 305 - 169 kt

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Question 83 of 163 Number: 3270 Question: Given: TAS = 130 kt, Track (T) = 003°, W/V = 190/40kt. Calculate the HDG (°T) and GS? 1. 357 - 168 kt 2. 359 - 166 kt

3. 001 - 170 kt 4. 002 - 173 kt

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Question 84 of 163 Number: 3271 Question: Given: TAS = 227 kt, Track (T) = 316°, W/V = 205/15kt. Calculate the HDG (°T) and GS? 1. 313 - 235 kt 2. 310 - 233 kt 3. 311 - 230 kt

4. 312 - 232 kt

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Question 85 of 163 Number: 3272 Question: Given: TAS = 465 kt, Track (T) = 007°, W/V = 300/80kt. Calculate the HDG (°T) and GS? 1. 357 - 502 kt 2. 001 - 435 kt

3. 358 - 428 kt 4. 017 - 490 kt

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Question 86 of 163 Number: 3273 Question: Given: TAS = 200 kt, Track (T) = 073°, W/V = 210/20kt. Calculate the HDG (°T) and GS? 1. 079 - 211 kt

2. 077 - 214 kt 3. 077 - 210 kt 4. 075 - 213 kt

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Question 87 of 163 Number: 3274 Question: Given: TAS = 200 kt, Track (T) = 110°, W/V = 015/40kt. Calculate the HDG (°T) and GS? 1. 121 - 199 kt 2. 097 - 201 kt

3. 099 - 199 kt 4. 121 - 207 kt

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Question 88 of 163 Number: 3275 Question: Given: TAS = 270 kt, Track (T) = 260°, W/V = 275/30kt. Calculate the HDG (°T) and GS? 1. 264 - 237 kt 2. 262 - 237 kt 3. 264 - 241 kt

4. 262 - 241 kt

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Question 89 of 163 Number: 3276 Question: Given: True HDG = 307°, TAS = 230 kt, Track (T) = 313°, GS = 210 kt. Calculate the W/V? 1. 257/35kt 2. 265/30kt 3. 255/25kt

4. 260/30kt

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Question 90 of 163 Number: 3277

Question: Given: True HDG = 233°, TAS = 480 kt, Track (T) = 240°, GS = 523 kt. Calculate the W/V? 1. 115/70kt 2. 105/75kt

3. 110/75kt 4. 110/80kt

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Question 91 of 163 Number: 3278 Question: Given: True HDG = 133°, TAS = 225 kt, Track (T) = 144°, GS = 206 kt. Calculate the W/V? 1. 075/50kt

2. 070/45kt 3. 070/50kt 4. 070/40kt

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Question 92 of 163 Number: 3279 Question: Given: True HDG = 074°, TAS = 230 kt, Track (T) = 066°, GS = 242 kt. Calculate the W/V? 1. 185/35kt 2. 180/40kt 3. 180/30kt

4. 180/35kt

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Question 93 of 163 Number: 3280 Question: Given: True HDG = 206°, TAS = 140 kt, Track (T) = 207°, GS = 135 kt. Calculate the W/V? 1. 000/10kt 2. 000/05kt 3. 180/10kt

4. 180/05kt

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Question 94 of 163 Number: 3281 Question: Given: True HDG = 054°, TAS = 450 kt, Track (T) = 059°, GS = 416 kt. Calculate the W/V? 1. 010/45kt

2. 010/50kt 3. 010/55kt 4. 005/50kt

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Question 95 of 163 Number: 3282 Question: Given: True HDG = 145°, TAS = 240 kt, Track (T) = 150°, GS = 210 kt. Calculate the W/V? 1. 295/35kt 2. 360/35kt

3. 115/35kt 4. 180/35kt

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Question 96 of 163 Number: 3283 Question: Given: True HDG = 002°, TAS = 130 kt, Track (T) = 353°, GS = 132 kt. Calculate the W/V? 1. 095/25kt 2. 090/20kt

3. 095/20kt 4. 090/15kt

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Question 97 of 163 Number: 3284 Question: Given: True HDG = 035°, TAS = 245 kt, Track (T) = 046°, GS = 220 kt. Calculate the W/V? 1. 335/45kt

2. 340/50kt 3. 340/45kt 4. 335/55kt

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Question 98 of 163 Number: 3285 Question: Given: course required = 085° (T), Forecast W/V 030/100kt, TAS = 470 kt, Distance = 265 NM. Calculate the true HDG and flight time? 1. 076°, 34 MIN 2. 096°, 29 MIN 3. 095°, 31 MIN

4. 075°, 39 MIN

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Question 99 of 163 Number: 3286 Question: Given: True course from A to B = 090°, TAS = 460 kt, W/V = 360/100kt, Average variation = 10°E, Deviation = -2°. Calculate the compass heading and GS? 1. 102° - 450 kt

2. 070° - 450 kt 3. 068° - 460 kt 4. 078° - 450 kt

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Question 100 of 163 Number: 3287 Question: For a landing on runway 23 (227° magnetic) surface, W/V reported by the ATIS is 180/30kt. VAR is 13°E. Calculate the cross wind component? 1. 20 kt

2. 22 kt 3. 15 kt 4. 26 kt

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Question 101 of 163 Number: 3288 Question: Given: Maximum allowable tailwind component for landing 10 kt. Planned runway 05 (047° magnetic). The direction of the surface wind reported by ATIS 210°. Variation is 17°E. Calculate the maximum allowable windspeed that can be accepted without exceeding the tailwind limit? 1. 15 kt 2. 8 kt

3. 10 kt 4. 18 kt

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Question 102 of 163 Number: 3289 Question: Given: Maximum allowable crosswind component is 20 kt. Runway 06, RWY QDM 063°(M). Wind direction 100°(M). Calculate the maximum allowable windspeed? 1. 25 kt 2. 37 kt

3. 33 kt 4. 26 kt

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Question 103 of 163 Number: 3290 Question: Given: True course A to B = 250°, Distance A to B = 315 NM, TAS = 450 kt. W/V = 200°/60kt. ETD A = 0650 UTC. What is the ETA at B?

1. 2. 3. 4.

0736 UTC 0716 UTC 0730 UTC 0810 UTC

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Question 104 of 163 Number: 3291 Question: Given: GS = 510 kt. Distance A to B = 43 NM. What is the time (MIN) from A to B? 1. 7 2. 4

3. 5 4. 6

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Question 105 of 163 Number: 3292 Question: Given: GS = 122 kt. Distance from A to B = 985 NM. What is the time from A to B? 1. 7 HR 48 MIN 2. 7 HR 49 MIN 3. 8 HR 10 MIN

4. 8 HR 04 MIN

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Question 106 of 163 Number: 3293 Question: Given: GS = 236 kt. Distance from A to B = 354 NM. What is the time from A to B? 1. 1 HR 09 MIN 2. 1 HR 10 MIN 3. 1 HR 40 MIN

4. 1 HR 30 MIN

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Question 107 of 163 Number: 3294 Question: Given: GS = 435 kt. Distance from A to B = 1920 NM. What is the time from A to B? 1. 4 HR 10 MIN 2. 3 HR 26 MIN

3. 4 HR 25 MIN 4. 3 HR 25 MIN

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Question 108 of 163 Number: 3295 Question: Given: GS = 345 kt. Distance from A to B = 3560 NM. What is the time from A to B? 1. 10 HR 05 MIN 2. 11 HR 02 MIN 3. 11 HR 00 MIN

4. 10 HR 19 MIN

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Question 109 of 163 Number: 3296 Question: Given: GS = 480 kt. Distance from A to B = 5360 NM. What is the time from A to B? 1. 11 HR 15 MIN 2. 11 HR 06 MIN

3. 11 HR 10 MIN 4. 11 HR 07 MIN

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Question 110 of 163 Number: 3297 Question: Given: GS = 95 kt. Distance from A to B = 480 NM. What is the time from A to B? 1. 5 HR 08 MIN 2. 4 HR 59 MIN 3. 5 HR 00 MIN

4. 5 HR 03 MIN

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Question 111 of 163 Number: 3298 Question: Given: GS = 105 kt. Distance from A to B = 103 NM. What is the time from A to B? 1. 01 HR 01 MIN 2. 00 HR 58 MIN 3. 00 HR 57 MIN

4. 00 HR 59 MIN

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Question 112 of 163 Number: 3299 Question: Given: GS = 120 kt. Distance from A to B = 84 NM. What is the time from A to B? 1. 00 HR 43 MIN 2. 00 HR 45 MIN

3. 00 HR 42 MIN 4. 00 HR 44 MIN

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Question 113 of 163 Number: 3300 Question: Given: GS = 135 kt. Distance from A to B = 433 NM. What is the time from A to B? 1. 3 HR 25 MIN

2. 3 HR 12 MIN 3. 3 HR 20 MIN 4. 3 HR 19 MIN

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Question 114 of 163 Number: 3324 Question: Given: Runway direction 083°(M), Surface W/V 035/35kt. Calculate the effective headwind component?

1. 2. 3. 4.

24 kt 34 kt 31 kt 27 kt

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Question 115 of 163 Number: 3328

Question: Given: For take-off an aircraft requires a headwind component of at least 10 kt and has a crosswind limitation of 35 kt. The angle between the wind direction and the runway is 60°. Calculate the minimum and maximum allowable wind speeds? 1. 12 kt and 38 kt 2. 18 kt and 50 kt

3. 20 kt and 40 kt 4. 15 kt and 43 kt

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Question 116 of 163 Number: 3330 Question: Given: Runway direction 230°(T), Surface W/V 280°(T)/40 kt. Calculate the effective cross-wind component? 1. 26 kt 2. 36 kt 3. 21 kt

4. 31 kt

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Question 117 of 163 Number: 3334 Question: Given: Runway direction 210°(M), Surface W/V 230°(M)/30kt.Calculate the cross-wind component? 1. 13 kt 2. 16 kt 3. 19 kt

4. 10 kt

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Question 118 of 163 Number: 3338 Question: The equivalent of 70 m/sec is approximately: 1. 210 kt 2. 35 kt 3. 145 kt

4. 136 kt

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Question 119 of 163 Number: 3341

Question: Given: Runway direction 305°(M),Surface W/V 260°(M)/30 kt. Calculate the cross-wind component? 1. 18 kt 2. 24 kt

3. 21 kt 4. 27 kt

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Question 120 of 163 Number: 4312 Question: An aircraft was over 'A' at 1435 hours flying direct to 'B'. Given: Distance 'A' to 'B' 2900 NM True airspeed 470 kt Mean wind component 'out' +55 kt Mean wind component 'back' -75 kt. The ETA for reaching the Point of Equal Time (PET) between 'A' and 'B' is: 1. 1721

2. 1657 3. 1846 4. 1744

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Question 121 of 163 Number: 4313 Question: An aircraft was over 'A' at 1435 hours flying direct to 'B'. Given: Distance 'A' to 'B' 2900 NM True airspeed 470 kt Mean wind component 'out' +55 kt Mean wind component 'back' -75 kt Safe endurance 9 HR 30 MIN The ETA at the point of equal time is:

1. 2. 3. 4.

1657 1721 1744 1846

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Question 122 of 163 Number: 4314 Question: Given: Distance 'A' to 'B' 2484 NM Groundspeed 'out' 420 kt Groundspeed 'back' 500 kt The time from 'A' to the Point of Equal Time (PET) between 'A' and 'B' is: 1. 173 MIN

2. 193 MIN 3. 183 MIN 4. 163 MIN

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Question 123 of 163

Number: 4315 Question: Given: Distance 'A' to 'B' 2484 NM Mean groundspeed 'out' 420 kt Mean groundspeed 'back' 500 kt Safe endurance 08 HR 30 MIN The distance from 'A' to the Point of Safe Return (PSR) 'A' is: 1. 1908 NM

2. 1940 NM 3. 1630 NM 4. 1736 NM

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Question 124 of 163 Number: 4316 Question: An aircraft was over 'Q' at 1320 hours flying direct to 'R'. Given: Distance 'Q' to 'R' 3016 NM True airspeed 480 kt Mean wind component 'out' -90 kt Mean wind component 'back' +75 kt. What is the ETA at the Point of Equal Time (PET) ?

1. 2. 3. 4.

1752 1756 1742 1820

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Question 125 of 163 Number: 4317 Question: An aircraft was over 'Q' at 1320 hours flying direct to 'R'. Given: Distance 'Q' to 'R' 3016 NM True airspeed 480 kt Mean wind component 'out' -90 kt Mean wind component 'back' +75 kt. The ETA for reaching the Point of Equal Time (PET) between 'Q' and 'R' is: 1. 1756 2. 1820 3. 1742

4. 1752

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Question 126 of 163 Number: 4318 Question: Given: Distance 'A' to 'B' 1973 NM Groundspeed 'out' 430 kt Groundspeed 'back' 385 kt The time from 'A' to the Point of Equal Time (PET) between 'A' and 'B' is: 1. 145 MIN 2. 162 MIN 3. 181 MIN

4. 130 MIN

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Question 127 of 163 Number: 4319 Question: Given: Distance 'A' to 'B' 1973 NM Groundspeed 'out' 430 kt Groundspeed 'back' 385 kt Safe endurance 7 HR 20 MIN The distance from 'A' to the Point of Safe Return (PSR) 'A' is: 1. 1698 NM 2. 1422 NM

3. 1490 NM 4. 1664 NM

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Question 128 of 163 Number: 4321 Question: Given: Distance 'A' to 'B' 2346 NM Groundspeed 'out' 365 kt Groundspeed 'back' 480 kt Safe endurance 8 HR 30 MIN The time from 'A' to the Point of Safe Return is: 1. 209 MIN 2. 197 MIN

3. 290 MIN 4. 219 MIN

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Question 129 of 163 Number: 4322 Question: Given: Distance 'Q' to 'R' 1760 NM Groundspeed 'out' 435 kt Groundspeed 'back' 385 kt The time from 'Q' to the Point of Equal Time (PET) between 'Q' and 'R' is: 1. 106 MIN 2. 110 MIN 3. 102 MIN

4. 114 MIN

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Question 130 of 163 Number: 4323 Question: Given: Distance 'Q' to 'R' 1760 NM Groundspeed 'out' 435 kt Groundspeed 'back' 385 kt Safe endurance 9 HR The distance from 'Q' to the Point of Safe Return (PSR) between 'Q' and 'R' is:

1. 2. 3. 4.

1838 NM 1642 NM 1467 NM 1313 NM

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Question 131 of 163

Number: 4330 Question: Given: Magnetic track = 075°, HDG = 066°(M), VAR = 11°E, TAS = 275 kt. Aircraft flies 48 NM in 10 MIN. Calculate the true W/V °? 1. 210°/15 kt 2. 320°/50 kt 3. 180°/45 kt

4. 340°/45 kt

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Question 132 of 163 Number: 4331 Question: Given: Magnetic track = 210°, Magnetic HDG = 215°, VAR = 15°E, TAS = 360 kt, Aircraft flies 64 NM in 12 MIN. Calculate the true W/V? 1. 300°/30 kt 2. 195°/50 kt 3. 235°/50 kt

4. 265°/50 kt

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Question 133 of 163 Number: 4927 Question: Given: Aircraft at FL 150 overhead an airport. Elevation of airport 720 FT. QNH is 1003 hPa. OAT at FL150 -5°C. What is the true altitude of the aircraft? (Assume 1 hPa = 27 FT) 1. 14 160 FT 2. 14 720 FT 3. 15 840 FT

4. 15 300 FT

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Question 134 of 163 Number: 4928 Question: An aircraft takes off from the aerodrome of BRIOUDE (altitude 1 483 FT, QFE = 963 hPa, temperature = 32°C). Five minutes later, passing 5 000 FT on QFE, the second altimeter set on 1 013 hPa will indicate approximately : 1. 6 800 FT 2. 4 000 FT 3. 3 500 FT

4. 6 500 FT

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Question 135 of 163

Number: 4929 Question: Given: Distance A to B is 360 NM. Wind component A - B is -15 kt, Wind component B - A is +15 kt, TAS is 180 kt. What is the distance from the equal-time-point to B? 1. 195 NM 2. 170 NM

3. 165 NM 4. 180 NM

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Question 136 of 163 Number: 5552 Question: An aircraft takes-off from an airport 2 hours before sunset. The pilot flies a track of 090°(T), W/V 130°/ 20 kt, TAS 100 kt. In order to return to the point of departure before sunset, the furthest distance which may be travelled is: 1. 105 NM 2. 84 NM

3. 97 NM 4. 115 NM

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Question 137 of 163 Number: 5561 Question: Given: Required course 045°(M); Variation is 15°E; W/V is 190°(T)/30 kt; CAS is 120 kt at FL 55 in standard atmosphere. What are the heading (°M) and GS? 1. 056° and 137 kt 2. 052° and 154 kt

3. 055° and 147 kt 4. 036° and 151 kt

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Question 138 of 163 Number: 5562 Question: Given: Airport elevation is 1000 ft. QNH is 988 hPa. What is the approximate airport pressure altitude? (Assume 1 hPa = 27 FT)

1. 2. 3. 4.

1760 FT - 320 FT 320 FT 680 FT

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Question 139 of 163

Number: 5567 Question: Given: True altitude 9000 FT, OAT -32°C, CAS 200 kt. What is the TAS?

1. 2. 3. 4.

220 kt 200 kt 210 kt 215 kt

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Question 140 of 163 Number: 5573 Question: Given: Course 040°(T), TAS is 120 kt, Wind speed 30 kt. Maximum drift angle will be obtained for a wind direction of:

1. 2. 3. 4.

130° 120° 115° 145°

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Question 141 of 163 Number: 5574 Question: Given: CAS 120 kt, FL 80, OAT +20°C. What is the TAS?

1. 2. 3. 4.

141 kt 102 kt 132 kt 120 kt

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Question 142 of 163 Number: 5549 Question: Given: An aircraft is on final approach to runway 32R (322°); The wind velocity reported by the tower is 350°/20 kt.; TAS on approach is 95 kt. In order to maintain the centre line, the aircraft's heading (°M) should be:

1. 2. 3. 4.

328° 316° 326° 322°

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Question 143 of 163 Number: 5755

Question: A useful method of a pilot resolving, during a visual flight, any uncertainty in the aircraft's position is to maintain visual contact with the ground and: 1. fly reverse headings and associated timings until the point of departure is regained 2. fly the reverse of the heading being flown prior to becoming uncertain until a pinpoint is obtained

3. set heading towards a line feature such as a coastline, motorway, river or railway 4. fly expanding circles until a pinpoint is obtained

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Question 144 of 163 Number: 5781 Question: Route 'A' (44°N 026°E) to 'B' (46°N 024°E) forms an angle of 35° with longitude 026°E. Variation at A is 3°E. What is the initial magnetic track from A to B? 1. 032° 2. 328° 3. 038°

4. 322°

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Question 145 of 163 Number: 11400 Question: Given: CAS 120 kt, FL 80, OAT +20°C. What is the TAS? 1. 102 kt 2. 120 kt 3. 132 kt

4. 141 kt

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Question 146 of 163 Number: 11004 Question: Given: Compass Heading 090°, Deviation 2°W, Variation 12°E, TAS 160 kt. Whilst maintaining a radial 070° from a VOR station, the aircraft flies a ground distance of 14 NM in 6 MIN. What is the W/V °(T)? 1. 155°/25 kt

2. 160°/50 kt 3. 340°/98 kt 4. 340°/25 kt

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Question 147 of 163 Number: 11005

Question: Given: M 0.80, OAT -50°C, FL 330, GS 490 kt, VAR 20°W, Magnetic heading 140°, Drift is 11° Right. Calculate the true W/V? 1. 025°/45 kt 2. 200°/95 kt 3. 025°/47 kt

4. 020°/95 kt

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Question 148 of 163 Number: 11006 Question: Given: Pressure Altitude 29000 FT, OAT -55°C. Calculate the Density Altitude?

1. 2. 3. 4.

27500 FT 26000 FT 33500 FT 31000 FT

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Question 149 of 163 Number: 11008 Question: Given: A polar stereographic chart of the northern hemisphere whose grid is aligned with the zero meridian. Grid track 344°, Longitude 115°00'W, Calculate the true course? 1. 279° 2. 099° 3. 049°

4. 229°

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Question 150 of 163 Number: 14247 Question: Given:Hdg 265°, TAS 290 kt, W/V 210°/35 kt. Calculate Track and Groundspeed. 1. 259° and 305 kt 2. 260° and 315 kt 3. 259° and 272 kt

4. 271° and 272 kt

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Question 151 of 163 Number: 14251 Question: If the acceleration of an aircraft is zero, its velocity: 1. will increase. 2. is always zero.

3. is constant. 4. will decreases

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Question 152 of 163 Number: 14215 Question: Your on an airfield elevation 2000ft, QNH 1003. You want to climb to FL50, your rate of climb is 1000ft/min, your TAS is 100 and you have a headwind of 20. What is the distance it takes to get to FL50 ? 1. 4.4 NM 2. 4.8 NM 3. 4.0 NM

4. 3.6 NM

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Question 153 of 163 Number: 14404 Question: An aircraft must fly 2000 ft above an obstacle of which the elevation is 13 600 ft. The QNH at the nearest airfield is 991 hPa, the elevation is 1500 ft and the temperature is - 20°C. Calculate the minimum altitude required. 1. 19 400 ft 2. 14 080 ft 3. 15 600 ft

4. 17 400 ft

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Question 154 of 163 Number: 14405 Question: The distance between point of departure and destination is 340 NM and wind velocity in the whole area is 100°/25kt. TAS is 140kt, True Track is 135° and safe endurance 3 hr and 10 min. How long will it take to reach the Point of Safe Return? 1. 1 hr and 21 min 2. 1 hr and 30 min 3. 1 hr and 37 min

4. 1 hr and 49 min

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Question 155 of 163 Number: 14378 Question: An aircraft is flying at FL 200. OAT = 0°C. When the actual air pressure on an airfield at MSL is placed in the subscale of the altimeter the indicated altitude is 19300ft. Calculate the aircraft''s true altitude. 1. 20 200 ft

2. 19 300 ft 3. 20 700 ft

4. 21 200 ft

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Question 156 of 163 Number: 14522 Question: The accuracy of the manually calculated DR-position of an aircraft is, among other things, affected by 1. the accuracy of the actual wind. 2. the accuracy of the adjustment of the position lines for the motion of the aircraft between the last and the new DR-position.

3. the flight time since the last position update 4. the accuracy of the adjustment of the position lines for the motion of the aircraft between the last fix and the DR-position.

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Question 157 of 163 Number: 15368 Question: An aircraft is flying from SALCO to BERRY HEAD on Magnetic Track 007º, TAS 445 kt. The wind is 050º(T)/40 kt. Variation 5ºW, deviation +2º At 1000 UTC the RB of locator PY is 311º. At 1003 UTC the RB of locator PY is 266º. Calculate the distance of the aircraft from locator PY at 1003 UTC. 1. 24 NM 2. 22 NM 3. 23 NM

4. 21 NM

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Question 158 of 163 Number: 15348 Question: An aircraft is flying at FL 200. OAT = 0°C. When the actual air pressure on an airfield at MSL is placed in the subscale of the altimeter the indicated altitude is 19300ft. Calculate the aircraft's true altitude. 1. 20 700 ft 2. 20 200 ft 3. 19 300 ft

4. 21 200 ft

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Question 159 of 163 Number: 15232

Question: An aircraft is flying at FL100. The OAT = ISA - 15°C. The QNH given by a station at an elevation 3000 ft is 1035hPa. Calculate the approximate True Altitude. 1. 9 600 ft

2. 10 200 ft 3. 7 200 ft 4. 10 000 ft

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Question 160 of 163 Number: 15233 Question: An aircraft has to fly over a mountain ridge. The highest obstacle, indicated in the navigation chart, has an elevation of 9 800 ft. The QNH, given by a meteorological station at an elevation of 6200ft, is 1022hPa. The OAT = ISA+5ºC. Calculate the approximate indicated altitude to obtain a clearance of 2000 ft. 1. 11 900 ft and 11 200 ft 2. 10 900 ft and 11 100 ft

3. 11 500 ft and 11 700 ft 4. 11 800 ft and 12 000 ft

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Question 161 of 163 Number: 15138 Question: Consider the following factors that determine the accuracy of a DR position: 1. The flight time since the last position update. 2. The accuracy of the forecasted wind. 3. The accuracy of the TAS. 4. The accuracy of the steered heading. Using the list above which of the following contains the most complete answer? 1. 1, 2 and 4 2. 1 and 2 3. 1, 2 and 3

4. 1, 2, 3 and 4

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Question 162 of 163 Number: 6544 Question: CAS is: 320 kt Flight level: 330 OAT: ISA +15°C TAS is approximately (compressibility factor 0.939): 1. 560 kt 2. 265 kt 3. 340 kt

4. 530 kt

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Question 163 of 163 Number: 6545 Question: Given: Mach number: 0.8 Flight level: 330 OAT: ISA +15°C TAS is approximately (compressibility factor 0.94): 1. 265 kt 2. 480 kt 3. 420 kt

4. 450 kt

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Question 1 of 84 Number: 324 Question: An aircraft is maintaining a 5.2% gradient is at 7 NM from the runway, on a flat terrain; its height is approximately:

1. 2. 3. 4.

2210 FT 1890 FT 3640 FT 680 FT

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Question 2 of 84 Number: 2901 Question: During a low level flight 2 parallel roads that are crossed at right angles by an aircraft. The time between these roads can be used to check the aircraft:

1. 2. 3. 4.

groundspeed track drift position

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Question 3 of 84 Number: 2902 Question: Assuming zero wind, what distance will be covered by an aircraft descending 15000 FT with a TAS of 320 kt and maintaining a rate of descent of 3000 FT/MIN?

1. 2. 3. 4.

26.7 NM 16.0 NM 19.2 NM 38.4 NM

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Question 4 of 84 Number: 3230 Question: An island appears 30° to the left of the centre line on an airborne weather radar display. What is the true bearing of the aircraft from the island if at the time of observation the aircraft was on a magnetic heading of 276° with the magnetic variation 12 °W? 1. 318°

2. 054° 3. 038° 4. 234°

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Question 5 of 84 Number: 12908 Question: True Heading of an aircraft is 265° and TAS is 290 kt. If W/V is 210°/35kt, what is True Track and GS? 1. 259° and 272kt 2. 260° and 315kt 3. 259° and 305kt

4. 271° and 272kt

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Question 6 of 84 Number: 12934 Question: Given: True Heading = 090° TAS = 180 kt GS = 180 kt Drift 5° right Calculate the W/V? 1. 185° / 15 kt

2. 005° / 15 kt 3. 355° / 15 kt 4. 190° / 15 kt

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Question 7 of 84 Number: 15496 Question: You are departing from an airport which has an elevation of 1500 ft. The QNH is 1003 hPa. 15 NM away there is a waypoint you are required to pass at an altitude of 7500 ft. Given a groundspeed of 120 kt, what is the minimum rate of climb? 1. 870 ft/min 2. 530 ft/min 3. 730 ft/min

4. 800 ft/min

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Question 8 of 84 Number: 15491 Question: An aircraft is departing from an airport which has an elevation of 2000 ft and the QNH is 1003 hPa. The TAS is 100 kt, the head wind component is 20 kt and the rate of climb is 500 ft/min. Top of climb is FL 050. At what distance from the airport will this be achived? 1. 6.6 NM 2. 8.8 NMs

3. 7.2 NM 4. 10.8NM

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Question 9 of 84 Number: 15489 Question: An aircraft flies from waypoint 7 (63°00' N, 073°00'W) to waypoint 8 (62°00' N, 073°00' W). The aircraft position is (62°00' N, 073°10'W). The cross track distance in relation to the planned track is: 1. 8,8 NM L 2. 8,8 NM R 3. 4,7 NM L

4. 4,7 NM R

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Question 10 of 84 Number: 15482 Question: The distance between A and B is 90 NM. At a distance of 75 NM from A the aircraft is 4 NM right of course. The track angle error (TKE) is: 1. 6ºR 2. 19ºR 3. 22ºR

4. 3ºR

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Question 11 of 84 Number: 15483 Question: The True course in the flight log is 270º, the forecast wind is 045º(T)/15kt and the TAS is 120kt. After 15 minutes of flying with the planned TAS and TH the aircraft is 3 NM South of the intended track and 2.5 NM ahead of the dead reckoning position. The track angle error (TKE) is: 1. 3ºR 2. 6ºR 3. 2ºL

4. 5ºL

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Question 12 of 84 Number: 15477 Question: During approach the following data are obtained: DME 12.0 NM, altitude 3000 ft DME 9.8 NM, altitude 2400 ft TAS = 160 kt, GS = 125 kt The rate of descent is: 1. 730 ft/min

2. 570 ft/min 3. 700 ft/min 4. 600 ft/min

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Question 13 of 84 Number: 15381 Question: An aircraft is at position (53ºN, 006ºW) and has a landmark at position (52º47'N, 004º45'W), with a relative bearing of 060º. Given: Compass Heading = 051º Variation = 16ºW Deviation = 2ºE What is the true bearing of the position line to be plotted from the landmark to the aircraft on a Lambert chart with standard parallels at 37ºN and 65ºN? 1. 250º 2. 276º 3. 277ºs

4. 278º

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Question 14 of 84 Number: 15371 Question: After 15 minutes of flying with the planned TAS and TH the aircraft is 3 NM South of the intended track and 2.5 NM ahead of the dead reckoning position. To reach destination B from this position, the TH should be: 1. 280º 2. 287º 3. 258º

4. 292º

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Question 15 of 84 Number: 15389 Question: An aircraft is flying according the flight log at the Annex. After 15 minutes of flying with the planned TAS and TH the aircraft is 3 NM North of the intended track and 2.5 NM ahead of the dead reckoning position. To reach destination B from this position the TH should be: 1. 292º 2. 253º

3. 258º 4. 270º

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Question 16 of 84 Number: 15403 Question: Given: A descending aircraft flies in a straight line to a DME. DME 55.0 NM, altitude 33000 ft DME 43.9 NM, altitude 30500 ft M = 0.72, GS = 525 kt, OAT = ISA The descent gradient is: 1. 4.1%

2. 3.7% 3. 3.5% 4. 3.9%

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Question 17 of 84 Number: 15433 Question: An aircraft is departing from an airport which has an elevation of 2000 ft and the QNH is 1003 hPa. The TAS is 100 kt, the head wind component is 20 kt and the rate of climb is 1000 ft/min. Top of climb is FL 050. At what distance from the airport will this be achived? 1. 5.4 NM

2. 3.6 NM 3. 4.0 NM 4. 4.4 NMs

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Question 18 of 84 Number: 15415 Question: An aircraft tracks radial 200 inbound to a VOR station with a Magnetic Heading (MH) of 010º. After being overhead the VOR station the aircraft tracks radial 090 outbound with a MH of 080º. The TAS is 240 kt and the magnetic variation in the area is 5ºW. What is the wind vector (T)? 1. 330º/50kt 2. 310º/60kts

3. 320º/50kt 4. 300º/50kt

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Question 19 of 84 Number: 1517 Question: A ground feature appears 30° to the left of the centre line of the CRT of an airborne weather radar. If the heading of the aircraft is 355° (M) and the magnetic variation is 15° East, the true bearing of the aircraft from the feature is:

1. 2. 3. 4.

160° 130° 310° 220°

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Question 20 of 84 Number: 3319 Question: An aircraft at FL370 is required to commence descent at 120 NM from a VOR and to cross the facility at FL130. If the mean GS for the descent is 288 kt, the minimum rate of descent required is: 1. 920 FT/MIN 2. 890 FT/MIN 3. 860 FT/MIN

4. 960 FT/MIN

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Question 21 of 84 Number: 3320 Question: An aircraft at FL310, M0.83, temperature -30°C, is required to reduce speed in order to cross a reporting point five minutes later than planned. Assuming that a zero wind component remains unchanged, when 360 NM from the reporting point Mach Number should be reduced to: 1. M0.80 2. M0.78 3. M0.76

4. M0.74

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Question 22 of 84 Number: 3321 Question: A ground feature was observed on a relative bearing of 325° and five minutes later on a relative bearing of 280°. The aircraft heading was 165°(M), variation 25°W, drift 10°Right and GS 360 kt. When the relative bearing was 280°, the distance and true bearing of the aircraft from the feature was: 1. 40 NM and 290° 2. 30 NM and 060°

3. 30 NM and 240° 4. 40 NM and 110°

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Question 23 of 84 Number: 3322

Question: An aircraft at FL350 is required to descend to cross a DME facility at FL80. Maximum rate of descent is 1800 FT/MIN and mean GS for descent is 276 kt. The minimum range from the DME at which descent should start is: 1. 49 NM

2. 69 NM 3. 59 NM 4. 79 NM

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Question 24 of 84 Number: 3323 Question: An aircraft at FL120, IAS 200kt, OAT -5° and wind component +30kt, is required to reduce speed in order to cross a reporting point 5 MIN later than planned. Assuming flight conditions do not change, when 100 NM from the reporting point IAS should be reduced to:

1. 2. 3. 4.

159 kt 165 kt 169 kt 174 kt

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Question 25 of 84 Number: 3326 Question: An aircraft at FL350 is required to cross a VOR/DME facility at FL110 and to commence descent when 100 NM from the facility. If the mean GS for the descent is 335 kt, the minimum rate of descent required is: 1. 1240 FT/MIN 2. 1390 FT/MIN 3. 1290 FT/MIN

4. 1340 FT/MIN

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Question 26 of 84 Number: 3327 Question: An aircraft at FL370, M0.86, OAT -44°C, headwind component 110 kt, is required to reduce speed in order to cross a reporting point 5 MIN later than planned. If the speed reduction were to be made 420 NM from the reporting point, what Mach Number is required? 1. M0.73

2. M0.81 3. M0.75 4. M0.79

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Question 27 of 84 Number: 3329 Question: An aircraft at FL390 is required to descend to cross a DME facility at FL70. Maximum rate of descent is 2500 FT/MIN, mean GS during descent is 248 kt. What is the minimum range from the DME at which descent should commence? 1. 68 NM 2. 58 NM 3. 63 NM

4. 53 NM

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Question 28 of 84 Number: 3331 Question: An aircraft at FL370 is required to commence descent when 100 NM from a DME facility and to cross the station at FL120. If the mean GS during the descent is 396 kt, the minimum rate of descent required is approximately: 1. 2400 FT/MIN 2. 1550 FT/MIN

3. 1650 FT/MIN 4. 1000 FT/MIN

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Question 29 of 84 Number: 3332 Question: An aircraft at FL140, IAS 210 kt, OAT -5°C and wind component minus 35 kt, is required to reduce speed in order to cross a reporting point 5 MIN later than planned. Assuming that flight conditions do not change, when 150 NM from the reporting point the aircraft should reduce IAS by: 1. 15 kt 2. 30 kt 3. 25 kt

4. 20 kt

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Question 30 of 84 Number: 3335 Question: At 0422 an aircraft at FL370, GS 320kt, is on the direct track to VOR 'X' 185 NM distant. The aircraft is required to cross VOR 'X' at FL80. For a mean rate of descent of 1800 FT/MIN at a mean GS of 232 kt, the latest time at which to commence descent is: 1. 0451 2. 0454 3. 0448

4. 0445

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Question 31 of 84 Number: 3336 Question: An aircraft at FL330 is rerquired to commence descent when 65 NM from a VOR and to cross the VOR at FL100. The mean GS during the descent is 330 kt. What is the minimum rate of descent required? 1. 1850 FT/MIN

2. 1950 FT/MIN 3. 1750 FT/MIN 4. 1650 FT/MIN

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Question 32 of 84 Number: 3337 Question: An aircraft obtains a relative bearing of 315° from an NDB at 0830. At 0840 the relative bearing from the same position is 270°. Assuming no drift and a GS of 240 kt, what is the approximate range from the NDB at 0840? 1. 30 NM 2. 50 NM

3. 40 NM 4. 60 NM

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Question 33 of 84 Number: 3339 Question: An aircraft at FL290 is required to commence descent when 50 NM from a VOR and to cross that VOR at FL80. Mean GS during descent is 271kt. What is the minimum rate of descent required? 1. 1700 FT/MIN 2. 1800 FT/MIN

3. 1900 FT/MIN 4. 2000 FT/MIN

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Question 34 of 84 Number: 3342 Question: An aircraft at FL350 is required to commence descent when 85 NM from a VOR and to cross the VOR at FL80. The mean GS for the descent is 340 kt. What is the minimum rate of descent required? 1. 1600 FT/MIN 2. 1700 FT/MIN

3. 1900 FT/MIN

4. 1800 FT/MIN

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Question 35 of 84 Number: 3343 Question: An island is observed by weather radar to be 15° to the left. The aircraft heading is 120°(M) and the magnetic variation 17°W. What is the true bearing of the aircraft from the island? 1. 302° 2. 122° 3. 088°

4. 268°

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Question 36 of 84 Number: 3344 Question: The distance between positions A and B is 180 NM. An aircraft departs position A and after having travelled 60 NM, its position is pinpointed 4 NM left of the intended track. Assuming no change in wind velocity, what alteration of heading must be made in order to arrive at position B?

1. 2. 3. 4.

6° Right 4° Right 8° Right 2° Left

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Question 37 of 84 Number: 4311 Question: Given: Distance A to B = 120 NM, After 30 NM aircraft is 3 NM to the left of course. What heading alteration should be made in order to arrive at point 'B'?

1. 2. 3. 4.

8° right 8° left 6° right 4° right

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Question 38 of 84 Number: 4325 Question: A ground feature was observed on a relative bearing of 315° and 3 MIN later on a relative bearing of 270°. The W/V is calm; aircraft GS 180 kt. What is the minimum distance between the aircraft and the ground feature?

1. 2. 3. 4.

9 NM 3 NM 6 NM 12 NM

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Question 39 of 84 Number: 4326 Question: An island is observed to be 15° to the left. The aircraft heading is 120°(M), variation 17°(W). The bearing °(T) from the aircraft to the island is: 1. 302

2. 088 3. 122 4. 268

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Question 40 of 84 Number: 4327 Question: An aircraft is planned to fly from position 'A' to position 'B', distance 480 NM at an average GS of 240 kt. It departs 'A' at 1000 UTC. After flying 150 NM along track from 'A', the aircraft is 2 MIN behind planned time. Using the actual GS experienced, what is the revised ETA at 'B'? 1. 1203 2. 1153

3. 1206 4. 1157

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Question 41 of 84 Number: 4328 Question: An aircraft is planned to fly from position 'A' to position 'B',distance 320 NM, at an average GS of 180 kt. It departs 'A' at 1200 UTC. After flying 70 NM along track from 'A', the aircraft is 3 MIN ahead of planned time. Using the actual GS experienced, what is the revised ETA at 'B'?

1. 2. 3. 4.

1333 UTC 1401 UTC 1340 UTC 1347 UTC

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Question 42 of 84 Number: 4329

Question: An aircraft is planned to fly from position 'A' to position 'B', distance 250 NM at an average GS of 115 kt. It departs 'A' at 0900 UTC. After flying 75 NM along track from 'A', the aircraft is 1.5 MIN behind planned time. Using the actual GS experienced, what is the revised ETA at 'B'? 1. 1110 UTC 2. 1044 UTC

3. 1115 UTC 4. 1050 UTC

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Question 43 of 84 Number: 4332 Question: Given: Distance 'A' to 'B' is 475 NM, Planned GS 315 kt, ATD 1000 UTC, 1040 UTC - fix obtained 190 NM along track. What GS must be maintained from the fix in order to achieve planned ETA at 'B'?

1. 2. 3. 4.

340 kt 320 kt. 360 kt. 300 kt

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Question 44 of 84 Number: 4333 Question: Given: Distance 'A' to 'B' is 325 NM, Planned GS 315 kt, ATD 1130 UTC, 1205 UTC - fix obtained 165 NM along track. What GS must be maintained from the fix in order to achieve planned ETA at 'B'? 1. 375 kt 2. 395 kt 3. 335 kt

4. 355 kt

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Question 45 of 84 Number: 4334 Question: Given: Distance 'A' to 'B' is 100 NM, Fix obtained 40 NM along and 6 NM to the left of course. What heading alteration must be made to reach 'B'? 1. 9° Right

2. 15° Right 3. 18° Right 4. 6° Right

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Question 46 of 84 Number: 4335 Question: Given: Distance 'A' to 'B' is 90 NM, Fix obtained 60 NM along and 4 NM to the right of course. What heading alteration must be made to reach 'B'? 1. 16° Left 2. 8° Left

3. 12° Left 4. 4° Left

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Question 47 of 84 Number: 4336 Question: Complete line 1 of the 'FLIGHT NAVIGATION LOG'; positions 'A' to 'B'. What is the HDG°(M) and ETA? 1. 268° - 1128 UTC 2. 282° - 1114 UTC

3. 268° - 1114 UTC 4. 282° - 1128 UTC

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Question 48 of 84 Number: 4337 Question: Complete line 2 of the 'FLIGHT NAVIGATION LOG', positions 'C' to 'D'. What is the HDG°(M) and ETA? 1. HDG 193° - ETA 1249 UTC 2. HDG 188° - ETA 1229 UTC 3. HDG 183° - ETA 1159 UTC

4. HDG 193° - ETA 1239 UTC

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Question 49 of 84 Number: 4338 Question: Complete line 3 of the 'FLIGHT NAVIGATION LOG', positions 'E' to 'F'. What is the HDG°(M) and ETA?

1. 2. 3. 4.

HDG 105° - ETA 1205 UTC HDG 115° - ETA 1145 UTC HDG 095° - ETA 1155 UTC HDG 106° - ETA 1215 UTC

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Number: 4339 Question: Complete line 4 of the 'FLIGHT NAVIGATION LOG', positions 'G' to 'H'. What is the HDG°(M) and ETA? 1. HDG 354° - ETA 1326 UTC 2. HDG 344° - ETA 1303 UTC 3. HDG 334° - ETA 1336 UTC

4. HDG 344° - ETA 1336 UTC

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Question 51 of 84 Number: 4340 Question: Complete line 5 of the 'FLIGHT NAVIGATION LOG', positions 'J' to 'K'. What is the HDG°(M) and ETA?

1. 2. 3. 4.

HDG 337° - ETA 1422 UTC HDG 337° - ETA 1322 UTC HDG 320° - ETA 1432 UTC HDG 320° - ETA 1412 UTC

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Question 52 of 84 Number: 4341 Question: Complete line 6 of the 'FLIGHT NAVIGATION LOG', positions 'L' to 'M'. What is the HDG°(M) and ETA?

1. 2. 3. 4.

HDG 075° - ETA 1502 UTC HDG 075° - ETA 1452 UTC HDG 070° - ETA 1459 UTC HDG 064° - ETA 1449 UTC

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Question 53 of 84 Number: 4359 Question: Given: TAS = 197 kt, True course = 240°, W/V = 180/30kt. Descent is initiated at FL 220 and completed at FL 40. Distance to be covered during descent is 39 NM. What is the approximate rate of descent? 1. 800 FT/MIN

2. 1400 FT/MIN 3. 1500 FT/MIN 4. 950 FT/MIN

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Question 54 of 84

Number: 4360 Question: Given: ILS GP angle = 3.5 DEG, GS = 150 kt. What is the approximate rate of descent?

1. 2. 3. 4.

900 FT/MIN 800 FT/MIN 1000 FT/MIN 700 FT/MIN

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Question 55 of 84 Number: 4361 Question: Given: aircraft height 2500 FT, ILS GP angle 3°. At what approximate distance from THR can you expect to capture the GP? 1. 13.1 NM

2. 8.3 NM 3. 14.5 NM 4. 7.0 NM

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Question 56 of 84 Number: 4714 Question: Where and when are the IRS positions updated? 1. During flight IRS positions are automatically updated by the FMC 2. Updating is normally carried out by the crew when over-flying a known position (VOR station or NDB)

3. Only on the ground during the alignment procedure 4. IRS positions are updated by pressing the 'Take-off/ Go-around' button at the start of the take-off roll

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Question 57 of 84 Number: 4735 Question: An island appears 60° to the left of the centre line on an airborne weather radar display. What is the true bearing of the aircraft from the island if at the time of observation the aircraft was on a magnetic heading (MH) of 276° with the magnetic variation 10ºE. 1. 226° 2. 026°

3. 046° 4. 086°

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Question 58 of 84 Number: 4736

Question: An island appears 45° to the right of the centre line on an airborne weather radar display. What is the true bearing of the aircraft from the island if at the time of observation the aircraft was on a magnetic heading (MH) of 215° with the magnetic variation 21ºW

1. 2. 3. 4.

059° 101° 329° 239°

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Question 59 of 84 Number: 4737 Question: An island appears 30° to the right of the centre line on an airborne weather radar display. What is the true bearing of the aircraft from the island if at the time of observation the aircraft was on a magnetic heading (MH) of 355° with the magnetic variation (VAR) 15°E? 1. 190° 2. 130° 3. 160°

4. 220°

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Question 60 of 84 Number: 4738 Question: An island appears 30° to the left of the centre line on an airborne weather radar display. What is the true bearing of the aircraft from the island if at the time of observation the aircraft was on a magnetic heading (MH) of 020° with the magnetic variation (VAR) 25°W? 1. 325° 2. 205°

3. 145° 4. 195°

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Question 61 of 84 Number: 4924 Question: The distance between two waypoints is 200 NM, To calculate compass heading, the pilot used 2°E magnetic variation instead of 2°W. Assuming that the forecast W/V applied, what will the off track distance be at the second waypoint? 1. 21 NM 2. 0 NM

3. 14 NM 4. 7 NM

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Question 62 of 84 Number: 4930 Question: Given: Half way between two reporting points the navigation log gives the following information: TAS 360 kt, W/V 330°/80kt, Compass heading 237°, Deviation on this heading -5°, Variation 19°W. What is the average ground speed for this leg? 1. 354 kt 2. 373 kt 3. 360 kt

4. 403 kt

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Question 63 of 84 Number: 5555 Question: Given: ETA to cross a meridian is 2100 UTC GS is 441 kt TAS is 491 kt At 2010 UTC, ATC requests a speed reduction to cross the meridian at 2105 UTC. The reduction to TAS will be approximately: 1. 75 kt 2. 60 kt 3. 90 kt

4. 40 kt

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Question 64 of 84 Number: 5556 Question: The flight log gives the following data: "True track, Drift, True heading, Magnetic variation, Magnetic heading, Compass deviation, Compass heading" The right solution, in the same order, is: 1. 125°, 2°R, 123°, 2°W, 121°, -4°, 117° 2. 117°, 4°L, 121°, 1°E, 122°, -3°, 119°

3. 119°, 3°L, 122°, 2°E, 120°, +4°, 116° 4. 115°, 5°R, 120°, 3°W, 123°, +2°, 121°

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Question 65 of 84 Number: 5568 Question: Given: TAS is120 kt. ATA 'X' 1232 UTC, ETA 'Y' 1247 UTC, ATA 'Y' is 1250 UTC. What is ETA 'Z'? 1. 1303 UTC 2. 1300 UTC 3. 1257 UTC

4. 1302 UTC

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Question 66 of 84 Number: 5578 Question: Given: FL120, OAT is ISA standard, CAS is 200 kt, Track is 222°(M), Heading is 215°(M), Variation is 15°W. Time to fly 105 NM is 21 MIN. What is the W/V?

1. 2. 3. 4.

050°(T) / 70 kt. 065°(T) / 70 kt. 055°(T) / 105 kt . 040°(T) / 105 kt.

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Question 67 of 84 Number: 11398 Question: An aircraft is descending down a 6% slope whilst maintaining a G/S of 300 kt. The rate of descent of the aircraft is approximately: 1. 10800 FT/MIN 2. 900 FT/MIN

3. 1800 FT/MIN 4. 3600 FT/MIN

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Question 68 of 84 Number: 14248 Question: An aircraft follows a radial to a VOR/DME station. At 10:00 the DME reads 120 NM. At 10:03 the DME reads 105 NM. The estimated time overhead the VOR/DME station is

1. 2. 3. 4.

10:24 10:27 10:21 10:18

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Question 69 of 84 Number: 14249 Question: You are departing from an airport which has an elevation of 2000 ft. The QNH is 1013 hPa. 10 NM away there is a waypoint you are required to pass at an altitude of 7500 ft. Given a groundspeed of 100 kt, what is the minimum rate of climb? 1. 590 ft/mins

2. 920 ft/min 3. 750 ft/min 4. 1080 ft/min

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Question 70 of 84 Number: 14253 Question: Given: Position NDB (55°10´N, 012°55´E) DR Position (54°53´N, 009°58´E) NDB on the RMI reads 090°. Magnetic variation = 10°W. The position line has to be plotted on a Lamberts conformal chart with standard parallels at 40°N and 48°N. Calculate the direction (T) of the bearing to be plotted from the NDB. 1. 272° 2. 265° 3. 258°

4. 262°

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Question 71 of 84 Number: 15277 Question: An aircraft at FL360 is required to descent to FL120. The aircraft should reach FL120 at 40 NM from the next waypoint. The rate of descent is 2000 ft/min. The average GS is 420 kt. The minimum distance from the next waypoint at which descent should start is: 1. 88 NM

2. 124 NM 3. 236 NM 4. 166NM

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Question 72 of 84 Number: 15282 Question: On a True Heading of 090° the aircraft experiences drift of 5°S. On a True Heading of 180° the aircraft experiences no drift. On both headings the TAS is 200 kt and it is assumed that the wind is the same. What is the experienced wind speed and direction? 1. 180° / 17 kt

2. 360° / 17 kt 3. 180° / 34 kt 4. 360° / 34 kt

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Question 73 of 84 Number: 15279 Question: The distance between A and B is 90 NM. At a distance of 15 NM from A the aircraft is 4 NM right of course. To reach destination B, the correction angle on the heading should be: 1. 21º

2. 19º

3. 3º 4. 16º

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Question 74 of 84 Number: 15258 Question: An aircraft is flying from A to B a distance of 50 NM. The True Course in the flight log is 270º, the forecast wind is 045º(T)/15kt and the TAS is 120kt. After 15 minutes of flying with the planned TAS and TH the aircraft is 3 NM South of the intended track and 2.5 NM ahead of the dead reckoning position. To reach destination B from this position, the correction angle on the heading should be: 1. 14º 2. 5º

3. 17º 4. 12º

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Question 75 of 84 Number: 15259 Question: An aircraft is flying from A to B a distance of 50 NM. The True course in the flight log is 090º, the forecast wind is 225º(T)/15kt and the TAS is 120 kt. After 15 minutes of flying with the planned TAS and TH the aircraft is 3 NM South of the intended track and 2.5 NM ahead of the dead reckoning position. To reach destination B from this position, the correction angle on the heading should be: 1. 12º 2. 10º

3. 17º 4. 5º

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Question 76 of 84 Number: 15260 Question: An aircraft is flying from A to B. The true course according to the flight log is 090º, the estimated wind is 225º(T)/15kt and the TAS is 120 kt. After 15 minutes of flying with the planned TAS and TH the aircraft is 3 NM South of the intended track and 2.5 NM ahead of the dead reckoning position. The Track angle error (TKE) is: 1. 17ºL 2. 6ºL 3. 12ºR

4. 5ºR

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Question 77 of 84 Number: 15244

Question: An aircraft is departing from an airport which has an elevation of 2000 ft and the QNH is 1003 hPa. The TAS is 100 kt, the head wind component is 20 kt and the rate of climb is 1000 ft/min. Top of climb is FL 100. At what distance from the airport will this be achived? 1. 15.4 NM

2. 10.3 NM 3. 13.3 NM 4. 11.1 NMs

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Question 78 of 84 Number: 15245 Question: Use Europe Low Altitude Enroute Chart E(LO) 1A) Two consecutive waypoints of a flight plan are Stornoway VORDME (N58°12.4', W006°11.0') and Glasgow VORDME (N55°52.2', W 004°26.7'). During the flight the Actual Time Over Stornoway is 11:15 UTC and the Estimated Time Over Glasgow is 11:38 UTC. At 11:21 UTC the fix of the aircraft is exactly over reporting point RONAR. What is the Revised UTC over Glasgow, based on this last fix? 1. 11:33 2. 11:34

3. 11:36 4. 11:38

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Question 79 of 84 Number: 15249 Question: After 15 minutes of flying with the planned TAS and TH the aircraft is 3 NM South of the intended track and 2.5 NM ahead of the dead reckoning position. To reach destination B from this position, the TH should be: 1. 090º 2. 100º 3. 112º

4. 078º

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Question 80 of 84 Number: 15236 Question: An aircraft is departing from an airport which has an elevation of 2000 ft and the QNH is 1023 hPa. The TAS is 100 kt, the head wind component is 20 kt and the rate of climb is 1000 ft/min. Top of climb is FL 100. At what distance from the airport will this be achieved? 1. 13.3 NM 2. 10.3 NMs 3. 16.6 NM

4. 11.1 NM

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Question 81 of 84 Number: 15238 Question: At 10:15 the reading from a VOR/DME station is 211°/ 90NM, at 10:20 the reading from the same VOR/DME station is 211°/120NM. Compass Heading = 200º Variation in the area = 31ºW Deviation = +1º TAS = 390 kt The wind vector (T) is approximately: 1. 110º/40kt

2. 110º/70kt 3. 120º/50kt 4. 100º/60kts

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Question 82 of 84 Number: 14545 Question: You are tracking the 200° radial inbound to a VOR and your true heading is 010°. At the VOR you then track the 090° radial outbound and are showing a heading of 080°M The variation is +5° and the TAS is 240 kts. What is the wind (°T) has affected the aircraft ? 1. 330°/50 2. 300°/50 3. 320°/55

4. 310°/65

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Question 83 of 84 Number: 15119 Question: An aircraft is flying according the flight log at the Annex. After 15 minutes of flying with the planned TAS and TH the aircraft is 3 NM North of the intended track and 2.5 NM ahead of the dead reckoning position. To reach destination B from this position the TH should be:

1. 2. 3. 4.

112º 078º 107º 090º

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Question 84 of 84 Number: 6547 Question: During visual navigation in freezing conditions, after heavy snowfall, which of the following landmark will give the best reference for a visual checkpoint:

1. a large river 2. a country road

3. a railway 4. an electrical line KALAN SORULAR LEARNING OBJECTS DISINDA

Question 1 of 12 Number: 5591 Question: Waypoints can be entered in an INS memory in different formats. In which of the following formats can waypoints be entered into all INSs? 1. bearing and distance 2. hexadecimal 3. by waypoints name

4. geographic coordinates

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Question 2 of 12 Number: 1186 Question: An aircraft is flying with the aid of an inertial navigation system (INS) connected to the autopilot. The following two points have been entered in the INS computer: WPT 1: 60°N 030°W, WPT 2: 60°N 020°W. When 025°W is passed the latitude shown on the display unit of the inertial navigation system will be: 1. 59°49.0'N

2. 60°05.7'N 3. 60°11.0'N 4. 60°00.0'N

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Question 3 of 12 Number: 4353 Question: The automatic flight control system (AFCS) in an aircraft is coupled to the guidance outputs from an inertial navigation system (INS) and the aircraft is flying from waypoint No. 2 (60°00'S 070°00'W) to No. 3 (60°00'S 080°00'W). Comparing the initial track (°T) at 070°00'W and the final track (°T) at 080°00'W, the difference between them is that the initial track is approximately: 1. 5° greater than the final one 2. 9° greater than the final one 3. 5° less than the final one

4. 9° less than the final one

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Question 4 of 12 Number: 14246 Question: The automatic flight control system (AFCS) in an aircraft is coupled to the guidance outputs of an inertial navigation system (INS).The aircraft is flying between waypoints No. 4 (45 00''N 040 00''W) and No.5 (45 00''N 030 00''W). On arrival over waypoint No. 5, compared to the TT at waypoint No.4, the TT has: 1. decreased by less than 10°

2. remained unchanged 3. decreased by more than 10°

4. increased by less than 10°

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Question 5 of 12 Number: 1193 Question: As the INS position of the departure aerodrome, coordinates 35°32.7'N 139°46.3'W are input instead of 35°32.7'N 139°46.3'E. When the aircraft subsequently passes point 52°N 180°W, the longitude value shown on the INS will be:

1. 2. 3. 4.

099° 32.6'W 080° 27.4'W 080° 27.4'E 099° 32.6'E

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Question 6 of 12 Number: 12911 Question: The great circle track measured at A (45°00'N 010°00'W) from A to B (45°00'N 019°00'W) is approximately: 1. 090° 2. 093° 3. 270°

4. 273°

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Question 7 of 12 Number: 5583 Question: A pilot accidently turning OFF the IRS in flight, and then turns it back ON a few moments later. Following this incident:

1. 2. 3. 4.

it can only be used for attitude reference everything returns to normal and is usable the IRS is usable in NAV MODE after a position update no useful information can be obtained from the IRS

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Question 8 of 12 Number: 1189 Question: With reference to inertial navigation systems, a TAS input is: 1. required for Polar navigation 2. required for rhumb line navigation

3. required to provide a W/V read out 4. not required

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Question 9 of 12 Number: 4355 Question: The automatic flight control system (AFCS) in an aircraft is coupled to the guidance outputs from an inertial navigation system (INS). The aircraft is flying between inserted waypoints No. 3 (55°00'N 020°00'W) and No.4 (55°00'N 030°00'W). With DSRTK/STS selected on the CDU, to the nearest whole degree, the initial track read-out from waypoint No. 3 will be: 1. 270° 2. 266° 3. 278°

4. 274°

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Question 10 of 12 Number: 4352 Question: The following points are entered into an inertial navigation system (INS). WPT 1: 60°N 30°W WPT 2: 60°N 20°W WPT 3: 60°N 10°W The inertial navigation system is connected to the automatic pilot on route (1-2-3). The track change when passing WPT 2 will be approximately:

1. 2. 3. 4.

a 9° decrease zero a 4° decrease a 9° increase

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Question 11 of 12 Number: 4729 Question: Which of the following statements concerning the position indicated on the Inertial Reference System (IRS) display is correct? 1. It is updated when 'go-around' is selected on take-off 2. The positions from the two IRSs are compared to obtain a 'best position' which is displayed on the IRS 3. It is constantly updated from information obtained by the FMC

4. It is not updated once the IRS mode is set to NAV

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Question 12 of 12 Number: 1191

Question: An aircraft travels from point A to point B, using the autopilot connected to the aircraft's inertial system. The coordinates of A (45°S 010°W) and B (45°S 030°W) have been entered. The true course of the aircraft on its arrival at B, to the nearest degree, is: 1. 263° 2. 270° 3. 284°

4. 277°

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