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3.6.4.7.8.A.1
AFA AFG AGI BGI FIA FIG FRG FRH GFA HFA
Knowledge Code: B11
A coded transponder with altitude reporting capability is required for all controlled airspace
*A) at and above 10,000 feet MSL (excluding airspace at or below 2,500 feet AGL).
B) below 14,500 feet MSL.
C) above 12,500 feet MSL (excluding airspace at or below 2,500 feet AGL).
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3.6.4.7.9.A.1
AFA AFG AGI BGI FIA FIG FRG FRH GFA HFA
Knowledge Code: B11
An altitude reporting coded transponder is required for all airspace
*A) at and above 10,000 feet MSL and below the floor of Class A airspace (excluding airspace at or below 2,500 feet AGL).
B) within 25 NM of a Class B primary airport from the surface upward to 10,000 feet MSL (excluding airspace below 1,200 feet AGL).
C) from the surface to 10,000 feet MSL within a 10 NM radius of any airport traffic pattern.
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3.6.4.8.0.A.1
AFA AFG AGI BGI FIA FIG FRG FRH GFA HFA
Knowledge Code: B11
What are the requirements, if any, to overfly Class C airspace?
A) None, provided the flight remains above the airspace ceiling.
*B) Transponder with automatic altitude reporting capability is required above the airspace ceiling and upward to 10,000 feet MSL.
C) Two-way radio communications must be established with ATC and transponder must be operating at all times.
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3.6.4.8.1.A.1
AFA AFG AGI BGI FIA FIG FOI FRG FRH GFA HFA
Knowledge Code: B11
Which operable equipment is required for operating a helicopter in Class C airspace?
A) Two-way radio.
B) Two-way radio, VOR, and transponder with automatic altitude reporting capability.
C) Two-way radio and transponder with automatic altitude reporting capability.
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Modified: 9/2/2000
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3.6.4.8.2.A.1
AFA AFG AGI BGI FIA FIG FRG FRH GFA HFA
Knowledge Code: B12
What is the minimum altitude and flight visibility required for acrobatic flight?
A) 3,000 feet AGL and 3 miles.
*B) 1,500 feet AGL and 3 miles.
C) 1,500 feet AGL and 5 miles.
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3.6.4.8.3.A.1
AFA AFG AGI BGI FIA FIG FRG FRH GFA HFA
Knowledge Code: B12
When must each occupant of an aircraft wear an approved parachute?
*A) When an intentional maneuver that exceeds 30° noseup or nosedown relative to the horizon is made.
B) When practicing spins or other flight maneuvers for any certificate or rating.
C) When flying over water beyond gliding distance to the shore.
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3.6.4.8.4.A.1
AFA AFG AGI BGI FIA FIG FRG FRH GFA HFA
Knowledge Code: B13
Who is primarily responsible for maintaining an aircraft in an airworthy condition?
A) Mechanic.
B) Pilot in command.
*C) Owner or operator of the aircraft.
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3.6.4.8.5.A.1
AFA AFG AGI BGI FIA FIG FRG FRH GFA HFA
Knowledge Code: B13
Assuring compliance with airworthiness directives is the responsibility of the
A) FAA certificated mechanic.
*B) owner or operator of the aircraft.
C) pilot in command of the aircraft.
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3.6.4.8.6.A.1
AFA AFG AGI BGI FIA FIG FRG FRH GFA HFA
Knowledge Code: B13
Completion of an annual inspection and the return of an aircraft to service should always be indicated by
A) conduct of a test flight and the appropriate logbook entry.
B) the relicensing date on the Registration Certificate.
*C) the appropriate entries in the aircraft maintenance records.
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3.6.4.8.7.A.1
AFA AFG AGI BGI FIA FIG FRG FRH GFA HFA
Knowledge Code: B13
If an aircraft's operation in flight was substantially affected by an alteration or repair, the aircraft documents must show that it was test flown and approved for return to service by an appropriately rated pilot prior to being flown
A) for compensation or hire.
*B) with passengers aboard.
C) by instructors and students.
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