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Aerodynamics

61 )    Name the four fundamentals involved in maneuvering an aircraft.

a)    Power, pitch, bank and trim

b)    Thrust, lift, turns and glide

c)    Straight-and-level flight, turns, climbs and descents

 

Aerodynamics

62)    The direct cause of every stall is excessive

a)    angle of attack

b)    density altitude

c)    upward vertical velocity

 

Aerodynamics

63)    What is the relationship of lift, drag, thrust and weight when in straight-and-level flight

a)    lift and weight equals thrust and drag

b)    lift, drag and weight equal thrust

c)    lift equals weight and thrust equals drag

 

Aerodynamics

64)    The best speed to use for a glide is one that will results in the greatest glide distance for a given amount of

a)    fuel

b)    altitude

c)    drag

 

Aerodynamics

65)    Climb performance depends on the

a)    reserve power or thrust

b)    cruise power setting

c)    maximum L/D ratio

 

Flight Operations

66)    What wind condition prolongs the hazard of wake turbulence on a landing runway for the longest period of time?

a)    Light, quartering headwind

b)    Direct tailwind

c)    Light, quartering tailwind

 

Flight Operations

67)    What is absolute altitude?

a)    height above the standard datum plane

b)    vertical distance of the aircraft above the surface

c)    altitude read directly from the altimeter

 

Flight Operations

68)    Filling the fuel tank after the last flight of the day is considered a good operating procedure because this will

a)    prevent moisture condensation by eliminating airspace in the tanks

b)    prevent expansion of fuel by eliminating airspace in the tanks

c)    force any existing water to the top of the tank

 

Flight Operations

69)    When taxing with a strong quartering tailwind, which aileron position should be used?

a)    aileron up on the side from which the wind is blowing

b)    neutral

c)    aileron down on the side from which the wind is blowing

 

Flight Operations

70)    One purpose of the dual ignition system on a two cycle engine is to provide for

a)    uniform heat distribution

b)    system redundancy in the ignition system

c)    balanced cylinder head pressure

 

 

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