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2.4.1.9.1.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I43
Which values are used for winds aloft forecasts?
*A) True direction and knots.
B) Magnetic direction and MPH.
C) Magnetic direction and knots.
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2.4.1.9.2.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I48
(Refer to figure 2.) What approximate wind direction, speed, and temperature (relative to ISA) should a pilot expect when planning for a flight over PSB at FL 270?
A) 280° true at 113 knots; ISA +3 °C.
*B) 255° true at 93 knots; ISA +6 °C.
C) 260° magnetic at 93 knots; ISA +7 °C.
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2.4.1.9.3.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I48
(Refer to figure 2.) What approximate wind direction, speed, and temperature (relative to ISA) should a pilot expect when planning for a flight over ALB at FL 270?
A) 270° magnetic at 97 knots; ISA -4 °C.
*B) 275( true at 97 knots; ISA +4 °C.
C) 260° true at 110 knots; ISA +5 (C.
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2.4.1.9.4.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I48
(Refer to figure 2.) What approximate wind direction, speed, and temperature (relative to ISA) should a pilot expect when planning for a flight over EMI at FL 270?
A) 260° magnetic; 100 knots; ISA -5 °C.
*B) 265° true; 100 knots; ISA +3 °C.
C) 270° true; 110 knots; ISA +5 °C.
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2.4.1.9.5.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I51
What flight planning information can a pilot derive from constant pressure charts?
A) Levels of widespread cloud coverage.
*B) Winds and temperatures aloft.
C) Clear air turbulence and icing conditions.
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2.4.1.9.6.B.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I41
The station originating the following weather report has a field elevation of 1,300 feet MSL. From the bottom of the overcast cloud layer, what is its thickness? (tops of OVC are reported at 3800 feet)

SPECI KOKC 2228Z 28024G36KT 3/4SM BKN008 OVC020 28/23 A3000
*A) 500 feet.
B) 1,700 feet.
C) 2,500 feet.
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2.4.1.9.7.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I50
(Refer to figure 9.) The Severe Weather Outlook Chart depicts
A) areas of forecast, severe or extreme turbulence, and areas of severe icing for the next 24 hours.
B) areas of general thunderstorm activity (excluding severe) by the use of hatching on the chart.
*C) areas of probable severe thunderstorms by the use of single hatched areas on the chart.
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2.4.1.9.8.B.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I41
Which response most closely interprets the following PIREP?
UA/OV OKC 063064/TM 1522/FL080/TP C172/TA -04/WV 245040/TB LGT/RM IN CLR.
*A) 64 nautical miles on the 63 degree radial from Oklahoma City VOR at 1522 UTC, flight level 8,000 ft. Type of aircraft is a Cessna 172.
B) 63 nautical miles on the 64 degree radial from Oklahoma City, thunderstorm and light rain at 1522 UTC.
C) Reported by a Cessna 172, turbulence and light rime icing in climb to 8,000 ft.
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2.4.1.9.9.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I48
A station is forecasting wind and temperature aloft at FL 390 to be 300° at 200 knots; temperature -54 °C. How would this data be encoded in the FD?
*A) 809954.
B) 309954.
C) 300054.
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2.4.2.0.0.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I21
Which weather conditions should be expected beneath a low level temperature inversion layer when the relative humidity is high?
*A) Smooth air and poor visibility due to fog, haze, or low clouds.
B) Turbulent air and poor visibility due to fog, low stratus type clouds, and showery precipitation.
C) Light wind shear and poor visibility due to haze and light rain.
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