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2.5.2.6.8.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: I04
What is an operational difference between the turn coordinator and the turn-and-slip indicator? The turn coordinator
A) is always electric; the turn-and-slip indicator is always vacuum-driven.
B) indicates bank angle only; the turn-and-slip indicator indicates rate of turn and coordination.
*C) indicates roll rate, rate of turn, and coordination; the turn-and-slip indicator indicates rate of turn and coordination.
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Modified: 7/24/2004 kapatten
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2.5.2.6.9.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: I04
What is an advantage of an electric turn coordinator if the airplane has a vacuum system for other gyroscopic instruments?
A) It will not tumble as will vacuum-driven turn indicators.
B) It is more reliable than the vacuum-driven indicators.
*C) It is a backup in case of vacuum system failure.
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2.5.2.7.0.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: I05
If a standard rate turn is maintained, how long would it take to turn 360°?
*A) 2 minutes.
B) 1 minute.
C) 3 minutes.
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2.5.2.7.1.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: K20
A detuning of engine crankshaft counterweights is a source of overstress that may be caused by
A) carburetor ice forming on the throttle valve.
B) operating with an excessively rich fuel/air mixture.
*C) rapid opening and closing of the throttle.
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2.5.2.7.2.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: L34
How can you determine if another aircraft is on a collision course with your aircraft?
A) The other aircraft will always appear to get larger and closer at a rapid rate.
*B) There will be no apparent relative motion between your aircraft and the other aircraft.
C) The nose of each aircraft is pointed at the same point in space.
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2.5.2.7.3.A.1
CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCH
Knowledge Code: N22
Which is true regarding electric variometers?
A) Are generally considered to be less sensitive and has a slower response time than a vertical-speed indicator.
B) They do not utilize outside air static pressure lines.
C) The sensitivity can be adjusted in flight to suit existing air conditions.
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2.5.2.7.4.A.1
CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCH
Knowledge Code: N22
Which is true regarding variometers?
A) An electric variometer does not utilize outside air static pressure lines.
B) A total energy system senses airspeed changes and tends to cancel out the resulting varimeter climb or dive indications.
C) One of the advantages of the pellet variometer over the vane variometer, is that dirt, moisture, or static electricity will not affect its operation.
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2.5.2.7.5.A.1
CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCH
Knowledge Code: N22
Which is true concerning total energy compensators? The instrument
A) responds to up and down air currents only.
B) reacts to climbs and descents like a conventional rate-of-climb indicator.
C) will register climbs that result from stick thermals.
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2.5.2.7.6.A.1
CGX
Knowledge Code: N20
The purpose of wing spoilers is to decrease
A) landing speed.
B) the lift of the wing.
C) the drag.
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Modified: 7/26/2004 kapatten
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2.5.2.7.7.A.1
CGX
Knowledge Code: H1019
That portion of the glider's total drag created by the production of lift is called
*A) induced drag, and is greatly affected by changes in airspeed.
B) parasite drag, and is greatly affected by changes in airspeed.
C) induced drag, and is not affected by changes in airspeed.
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Modified: 7/16/2004 kip
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