# Shared Flashcard Set

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Aviation
Professional
07/11/2013

Term
 GIVEN:Usable fuel at takeoff 36 galFuel consumption rate 12.4 gal/hrConstant groundspeed 140 ktsFlight time since takeoff 48 minAccording to Part 91, how much farther can an airplane be flown under day VFR?
Definition
 224 NM
Term
 If a true heading of 230 results in a ground track of 350 and a true airspeed of 160 knots results in a groundspeed of 175 knots, the wind would be from
Definition
 135 and 59 knots
Term
 The angular difference between true north and magnetic north is
Definition
 magnetic variation.
Term
 When using a VOT to check the accuracy of a VOR receiver, with the CDI centered, what should the OBS indicate if no error exists?
Definition
 180° TO, 360° FROM.
Term
 (Refer to figure 40) The line from point C to point A of the wind triangle represents
Definition
 wind direction and velocity.
Term
 (Refer to Figure 44.) The airspace overlying Addison Airport (area 4) is classified as
Definition
 Class D below 3,000 feet.
Term
 (Refer to Figure 45.) While on a flight from Alice Airport (area 7) to McCampbell Airport (area 1) at 5,500 feet MSL, when, if ever, is a transponder required?
Definition
 Required when overflying the Corpus Christi Class C airspace.
Term
 (Refer to figure 46) An aircraft takes off from Gnoss Airport (area 4) and flies eastward to Rio Vista Airport (area 7). What maximum elevation figure would assure obstruction clearance during the flight?
Definition
 3,200 ft MSL
Term
 (Refer to figure 46) What does the figure 2^4 (area 6) indicate?
Definition
 Maximum elevation figure for that quadrangle
Term
 If a true heading of 135 results in a ground track of 130 and a true airspeed of 135 knots results in a groundspeed of 140 knots, the wind would be from
Definition
 246 and 13 knots
Term
 On a cross-country flight, point A is crossed at 1500 hours and the plan is to reach point B at 1530 hours. Use the following information to determine the indicated airspeed required to reach point B on schedule.Distance between A and B 70 NMForecast wind 310° at 15 ktsPressure altitude 8,000 ftAmbient temperature -10°CTrue course 270°The required indicated airspeed would be approximately
Definition
 137 knots
Term
 (Refer to figure 42) Which OMNI indication would you receive for aircraft 8?
Definition
 W
Term
 When diverting to an alternate airport because of an emergency, pilots should
Definition
 apply rule-of-thumb computations, estimates, and other appropriate shortcuts to divert to the new course as soon as possible.
Term
 (Refer to Figure 46.) What is the ceiling of the Class C airspace surrounding San Jose International Airport (area 2)?
Definition
 4,000 feet MSL.
Term
 (Refer to Figure 44.) Select the correct statement concerning the obstruction 7 SM west of McKinney Airport (area 5).
Definition
 The obstruction has high-intensity lights.
Term
 After 141 miles are flown from the departure point, the aircraft's position is located 11 miles off course. If 71 miles remain to be flown, what approximate total correction should be made to converge on the destination?
Definition
 14
Term
 Which statement is true regarding tracking a desired bearing when using ADF during crosswind conditions?
Definition
 When on the desired track outbound with the proper drift correction established, the ADF pointer will be deflected to the windward side of the tail position.
Term
 (Refer to Figure 41.) If on a magnetic heading of 240° and receiving ADF indication 2, what would be the magnetic bearing to the station?
Definition
 240
Term
 When planning a distance flight, true course measurements on a Sectional Aeronautical Chart should be made at a meridian near the midpoint of the course because the
Definition
 angles formed by lines of longitude and the course line vary from point to point.
Term
 GIVEN:True course 330°Variation 15° EIndicated airspeed 160 ktsAmbient temperature -10°CPressure altitude 4,500 ftForecast wind 090° at 25 ktsUnder these conditions, the magnetic heading and groundspeed would be approximately
Definition
 323 and 177 knots
Term
 GIVEN:True course 238°Variation 3° WIndicated airspeed 160 ktsAmbient temperature -15°CPressure altitude 8,500 ftForecast wind 160° at 25 ktsUnder these conditions, the magnetic heading and groundspeed would be approximately
Definition
 233 and 171 knots
Term
 While maintaining a magnetic heading of 180° and a true airspeed of 130 knots, the 270° radial of a VOR is crossed at 1037 and the 260° radial at 1042. The approximate time and distance to the station would be
Definition
 30 minutes and 65 NM.
Term
 Which statement is true concerning the operation of DME?
Definition
 DME coded identification is transmitted once for each three or four times that the VOR coded identification is transmitted.
Term
 Which distance is commonly displayed by a DME indicator?
Definition
 Slant-range distance in nautical miles.
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