Flight Prep Part 2

This is a self study quiz for myself. If you find you do well on it though, consider taking the Private Pilot exam. Otherwise this is useful knowledge I suppose. Some questions can't be completed without other equipment.

This is a self study quiz for myself. If you find you do well on it though, consider taking the Private Pilot exam. Otherwise this is useful knowledge I suppose. Some questions can't be completed without other equipment..

Created by: sfrankie08
1. What is your age?
Under 18 Years Old
18 to 24 Years Old
25 to 30 Years Old
31 to 40 Years Old
41 to 50 Years Old
51 to 60 Years Old
Over 60 Years Old
2. What is your gender?
Male
Female
3. What is the lowest altitude permitted for acrobatic flight?
1,000 feet AGL.
1,500 feet AGL.
2,000 feet AGL.
4. An aircraft's annual condition inspection was performed on July 12, this year. The next annual inspection will be due no later than
July 1, next year.
July 13, next year.
July 31, next year.
5. What effect does high density altitude, as compared to low density altitude, have on propeller efficiency and why?
Efficiency is increased due to less friction on the ppropeller blades.
Efficiency is reduced because the propeller exerts less force at high density altitudes than at low density altitudes.
Efficiency is reduced due to the increased force of the propeller in the thinner air.
6. If the outside air temperature (OAT) at a given altitude is warmer than standard, the density altitude is
equal to pressure altitude.
lower than pressure altitude.
higher than pressure altitude.
7. (Refer to Figure 36 above.) Determine the approximate manifold pressure setting with 2,450 RPM to achieve 65 percent maximum continuous power at 6,500 feet with a temperature of 36 degress F higher than standard.
19.8" inHG
20.8" inHG
21.0" inHG
8. (Refer to Figure 37 on page 164.) Determine the maximum wind velocity for a 45 degree crosswind if the maximum crosswind component for the airplane is 25 knots.
25 knots.
29 knots
35 knots.
9. (Refer to Figure 33 and 34 on pages 177 and 178.) Determine if the airplane weight and balance is within limits. Front seat occupants - 340 lb Rear seat occupants - 295 lb Fuel (main wing tanks) - 44 gal Baggage - 56 lb
20 pounds overweight, CG aft of aft limits.
20 pounds overweight, CG within limits.
20 pounds overweight, CG forward of forward limits.
10. (Refer to Figure 33 and 34 on pages 177 and 178.) Which action can adjust the airplane's weight to maximum gross weight and the CG within limits for takeoff? Front seat occupants - 425 lb Rear seat occupants - 300 lb Fuel, main tanks - 44 gal
Drain 12 gallons of fuel.
Drain 9 gallons of fuel.
Transfer 12 gallons of fuel from the main tanks to the auxiliary tanks.
11. Which statement best defines hypoxia?
A state of oxygen deficiency in the body.
An abnormal increase in the volume of air breathed.
A condition of gas bubble formation around the joints or muscles.
12. Which would most likely result in hyperventilation?
Emotional tension, anxiety, or fear.
The excessive consumption of alcohol.
An extremely slow rate of breathing and insufficient oxygen.
13. One weather phenomenon which will always occur when flying across a front is a change in the
wind direction.
type of precipitation.
stability of air mass.
14. The presence of ice pellets at the surface is evidence that there
are thunderstorms in the area.
has been cold frontal passage.
is a temperature inversion with freezing rain at a higher altitude.
15. A pilot can expect a wind-shear zone in a temperature inversion whenever the windspeed at 2,000 to 4,000 feet above the surface is at least
10 knots.
15 knots.
25 knots.
16. What cloud types would indicate convective turbulence?
Cirrus clouds.
Nimbostratus clouds.
Towering cumulus clouds.
17. To update a previous weather briefing, a pilot should request
an abbreviated briefing.
a standard briefing.
an outlook briefing.
18. From which primary source should information be obtained regarding expected weather at the estimated time of arrival if your destination has no Terminal Forecast?
Low-Level Prognostic Chart.
Weather Depiction Chart.
Area Forecast.
19. What does the heavy dashed lien that forms a large rectangular box on a Radar Summary Chart refer to?
Areas of heavy rain.
Severe weather watch area.
Areas of hail 1/4 inch in diamter.
20. (Refer to Figure 17 on page 232.) What wind is forecast for STL at 12,000 feet?
230 degrees True at 39 knots.
230 degrees True at 56 knots.
230 degrees Magnetic at 56 knots.
21. Individual forecasts for specific routes of flight can be obtained from which weather source?
Transcribed Weather Broadcasts (TWEBs).
Terminal Aerodome Forecasts.
Area Forecasts.
22. (Refer to Figure 27 on page 274.) (Refer to area 3.) When flying over Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge, a pilot should fly no lower than
2,000 feet AGL.
2,500 feet AGL.
3,000 feet AGL.
23. (Refer to Figure 24 on page 271.) (Refer to area 3.) The top of the group obstruction approximately 11 nautical miles from the Savannah VORTAC on the 340 degree radial is
455 feet MSL.
400 feet AGL.
432 feet MSL.
24. (Refer to Figure 22 on page 269.) (Refer to area 3.) What type military flight operations should a pilot expect along IR 644?
IFR training flights above 1,500 feet AGL at speeds in excess of 250 knots.
VFR training flights above 1,500 feet AGL at speeds less than 250 knots.
Instrument training flights above 1,500 feet AGL at speeds in excess of 150 knots.
25. (Refer to Figure 29 on page 282.) (Refer to illustration 1.) The VOR receiver has the indications shown. What is the aircraft's position relative to the station?
North.
East.
South.
26. (Refer to Figure 30 above.) (Refer to illustration 1.) What is the relative bearing TO the station?
030 degrees.
210 degrees.
240 degrees.
27. (Refer to Figure 31 above.) (Refer to illustration 3.) The relative bearing TO the station is
090 degrees.
180 degrees.
270 degrees.
28. The most important rule to remember in the event of a power failure after becoming airborne is to
immediately establish the proper gliding attitude and airspeed.
quickly check the fuel supply for possible fuel exhaustion.
determine the wind direction to plan for the forced landing.
29. When taxiing with strong quartering tailwinds, which aileron positions should be used?
Aileron down on the downwind side.
Ailerons neutral.
Aileron down on the side from which the wind is blowing.
30. (Refer to Figure 24 on page 271.) What is the estimated time en route for a flight from Allendale County Airport (area 1) to Claxton-Evans County Airport (area 2)? The wind is from 100 degrees at 18 knots and the true airspeed is 115 knots. Add 2 minutes for climb-out.
33 minutes.
27 minutes.
30 minutes.
31. (Refer to Figure 24 on page 271.) What is the estimated time en route for a flight from Claxton-Evans Country Airport (area 2) to Hampton Varnville Airport (area 1)? The wind is from 290 degrees at 18 knots and the true airspeed is 85 knots. Add 2 minutes fro climb-out.
35 minutes.
39 minutes.
44 minutes.
32. (Refer to Figure 26 on page 273.) What is the estimated time en route for a flight from Denton Muni (area 1) to Addison (area 2)? The wind is from 200 degrees at 20 knots, the true airspeed is 110 knots, and the magnetic variation is 7 degrees east.
13 minutes.
16 minutes.
19 minutes.

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