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4.5.4.7.0.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: H342
If an airplane is consuming 95 pounds of fuel per hour at a cruising altitude of 6,500 feet and the groundspeed is 173 knots, how much fuel is required to travel 450 NM?
A) 265 pounds.
*B) 248 pounds.
C) 284 pounds.
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4.5.4.7.1.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: H342
If an airplane is consuming 12.5 gallons of fuel per hour at a cruising altitude of 8,500 feet and the groundspeed is 145 knots, how much fuel is required to travel 435 NM?
A) 34 gallons.
B) 27 gallons.
*C) 38 gallons.
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4.5.4.7.2.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: H342
If an airplane is consuming 9.5 gallons of fuel per hour at a cruising altitude of 6,000 feet and the groundspeed is 135 knots, how much fuel is required to travel 490 NM?
A) 30 gallons.
B) 27 gallons.
*C) 35 gallons.
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4.5.4.7.3.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: H342
If an airplane is consuming 14.8 gallons of fuel per hour at a cruising altitude of 7,500 feet and the groundspeed is 167 knots, how much fuel is required to travel 560 NM?
*A) 50 gallons.
B) 53 gallons.
C) 57 gallons.
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4.5.4.7.4.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: H342
If fuel consumption is 14.7 gallons per hour and groundspeed is 157 knots, how much fuel is required for an airplane to travel 612 NM?
*A) 58 gallons.
B) 60 gallons.
C) 64 gallons.
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4.5.4.7.5.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: H341
GIVEN:
True course 105°
True heading 085°
True airspeed 95 kts
Groundspeed 87 kts
Determine the wind direction and speed.
A) 200° and 32 knots.
B) 030° and 38 knots.
*C) 020° and 32 knots.
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4.5.4.7.6.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: H341
GIVEN:
True course 345°
True heading 355°
True airspeed 85 kts
Groundspeed 95 kts
Determine the wind direction and speed.
A) 095° and 19 knots.
B) 238° and 18 knots.
*C) 113° and 19 knots.
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4.5.4.7.7.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: H341
You have flown 52 miles, are 6 miles off course, and have 118 miles yet to fly. To converge on your destination, the total correction angle would be
*A) 10°.
B) 6°.
C) 3°.
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4.5.4.7.8.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: H341
GIVEN:
Distance off course 9 mi
Distance flown 95 mi
Distance to fly 125 mi
To converge at the destination, the total correction angle would be
*A) 10°.
B) 4°.
C) 6°.
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4.5.4.7.9.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: H344
True course measurements on a Sectional Aeronautical Chart should be made at a meridian near the midpoint of the course because the
*A) angles formed by lines of longitude and the course line vary from point to point.
B) values of isogonic lines change from point to point.
C) angles formed by isogonic lines and lines of latitude vary from point to point.
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