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2.4.0.9.1.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I22
Which condition would cause the altimeter to indicate a lower altitude than actually flown (true altitude)?
A) Air temperature lower than standard.
*B) Air temperature warmer than standard.
C) Atmospheric pressure lower than standard.
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2.4.0.9.2.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I31
Which is true regarding the use of airborne weather-avoidance radar for the recognition of certain weather conditions?
A) The avoidance of hail is assured when flying between and just clear of the most intense echoes.
*B) The radarscope provides no assurance of avoiding instrument weather conditions.
C) The clear area between intense echoes indicates that visual sighting of storms can be maintained when flying between the echoes.
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2.4.0.9.3.B.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I22
When an altimeter is changed from 30.11" Hg to 29.96" Hg, in which direction will the indicated altitude change and by what value?
A) Altimeter will indicate 150 feet higher.
*B) Altimeter will indicate 150 feet lower.
C) Altimeter will indicate 15 feet lower.
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2.4.0.9.4.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I21
A common type of ground or surface based temperature inversion is that which is produced by
*A) ground radiation on clear, cool nights when the wind is light.
B) warm air being lifted rapidly aloft in the vicinity of mountainous terrain.
C) the movement of colder air over warm air, or the movement of warm air under cold air.
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2.4.0.9.5.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I21
How much colder than standard temperature is the forecast temperature at 9,000 feet, as indicated in the following excerpt from the Winds and Temperature Aloft Forecast?
FT 6000 9000
0737-04 1043-10

*A) 7 °C.
B) 10 °C.
C) 3 °C.
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2.4.0.9.6.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I21
The primary cause of all changes in the Earth's weather is
A) changes in air pressure over the Earth's surface.
B) movement of the air masses.
*C) variation of solar energy received by the Earth's regions.
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2.4.0.9.7.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I20
A characteristic of the stratosphere is
A) a relatively even base altitude of approximately 35,000 feet.
*B) relatively small changes in temperature with an increase in altitude.
C) an overall decrease of temperature with an increase in altitude.
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2.4.0.9.8.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I27
Steady precipitation, in contrast to showers, preceding a front is an indication of
A) stratiform clouds with moderate turbulence.
*B) stratiform clouds with little or no turbulence.
C) cummuliform clouds with little or no turbulence.
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2.4.0.9.9.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I24
The presence of ice pellets at the surface is evidence that
*A) there is freezing rain at a higher altitude.
B) there are thunderstorms in the area.
C) a cold front has passed.
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2.4.1.0.0.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I29
Which conditions result in the formation of frost?
*A) Temperature of the collecting surface is below the dewpoint of surrounding air and the dewpoint is colder than freezing.
B) When dew forms and the temperature is below freezing.
C) The temperature of the collecting surface is at or below freezing and small droplets of moisture are falling.
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