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  Comments for 2.3.2.7.7.A.1   
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(Refer to figure 7.) The proper adjustment to make on the attitude indicator during level flight is to align the
A) horizon bar to the level-flight indication.
B) horizon bar to the miniature airplane.
*C) miniature airplane to the horizon bar.

HABpilot says: 10 Apr 2007
The explanation should read: From HABpilot:
This question appears in the 2/14/2007 FAA public question bank under knowledge code H932.
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"The attitude indicator, with its miniature airplane and horizon bar, displays a picture of the attitude of the airplane. The relationship of the miniature airplane to the horizon bar is the same as the relationship of the real airplane to the actual horizon. The instrument gives an instantaneous indication of even the smallest changes in attitude. An adjustment knob is provided with which the pilot may move the miniature airplane up or down to align the miniature airplane with the horizon bar to suit the pilotís line of vision."
Reference from "Pilotís Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge" (FAA-H-8083-25) Chapter 6-12.
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Anonymous says: 26 Apr 2007
The text should read:
(Refer to figure 7. The proper adjustment to make on the attitude indicator during level flight is to align the
The applicable exams are: PAR PGL PBG PBH PLA PRG PRH RPA RPG RPH PAT PGT PHT
The explanation should read: From HABpilot:
This question appears in the 2/14/2007 FAA public question bank under knowledge code H932.
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"The attitude indicator, with its miniature airplane and horizon bar, displays a picture of the attitude of the airplane. The relationship of the miniature airplane to the horizon bar is the same as the relationship of the real airplane to the actual horizon. The instrument gives an instantaneous indication of even the smallest changes in attitude. An adjustment knob is provided with which the pilot may move the miniature airplane up or down to align the miniature airplane with the horizon bar to suit the pilotís line of vision."
Reference from "Pilotís Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge" (FAA-H-8083-25) Chapter 6-12.
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The figure used is not that of an aircraft in level flight which can lead to misinterpretation of question, i.e., how to return aircraft to level flight.

HABpilot says: 28 Apr 2007
Regarding Anonymous says: 26 Apr 2007
"The figure used is not that of an aircraft in level flight which can lead to misinterpretation of question, i.e., how to return aircraft to level flight."

This figure is from the current edition of the FAAís Computer Testing Supplement (FAA-CT-8080-2E). Unfortunately, Exams4Pilots has no control over the FAAís figures or the wording of questions and answers, except to keep them as current as possible.
PS. Please, everyone take a moment to create a user ID, so youíre not all anonymous. Thanks and happy studying!

Anonymous says: 1 Feb 2009
The applicable exams are: PAR PGL PBG PBH PLA PRG PRH RPA RPG RPH PAT PGT PHT
The explanation should read: From HABpilot:
This question appears in the 2/14/2007 FAA public question bank under knowledge code H932.
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"The attitude indicator, with its miniature airplane and horizon bar, displays a picture of the attitude of the airplane. The relationship of the miniature airplane to the horizon bar is the same as the relationship of the real airplane to the actual horizon. The instrument gives an instantaneous indication of even the smallest changes in attitude. An adjustment knob is provided with which the pilot may move the miniature airplane up or down to align the miniature airplane with the horizon bar to suit the pilotís line of vision."
Reference from "Pilotís Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge" (FAA-H-8083-25) Chapter 6-12.
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In actuality you are aligning the whole in the process of making your airplane fly right or left or level . It's a redundant question for some pie plating pencil head.

Anonymous says: 1 Feb 2009
The applicable exams are: PAR PGL PBG PBH PLA PRG PRH RPA RPG RPH PAT PGT PHT
The explanation should read: From HABpilot:
This question appears in the 2/14/2007 FAA public question bank under knowledge code H932.
---------
"The attitude indicator, with its miniature airplane and horizon bar, displays a picture of the attitude of the airplane. The relationship of the miniature airplane to the horizon bar is the same as the relationship of the real airplane to the actual horizon. The instrument gives an instantaneous indication of even the smallest changes in attitude. An adjustment knob is provided with which the pilot may move the miniature airplane up or down to align the miniature airplane with the horizon bar to suit the pilotís line of vision."
Reference from "Pilotís Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge" (FAA-H-8083-25) Chapter 6-12.
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In actuality you are aligning the whole in the process of making your airplane fly right or left or level . It's a redundant question for some pie plating pencil head.