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- What is an operational difference between the turn coordinator and the turn-and-slip indicator? The turn coordinator
- The ADF is tuned to a radiobeacon. If the magnetic heading is 040� and the relative bearing is 290�, the magnetic bearing TO that radiobeacon would be
- Which situation would result in reverse sensing of a VOR receiver?
(Refer to figure 17.)
Which illustration indicates that the airplane will intercept the 060 radial at a 60� angle inbound, if the present heading is maintained?
(Refer to figure 17.)
Which is true regarding illustration 4, if the present heading is maintained? The airplane will
(Refer to figure 19.)
If the airplane continues to fly on the magnetic heading as illustrated, what magnetic bearing FROM the station would be intercepted at a 30�angle?
- The ADF is tuned to a nondirectional radiobeacon and the relative bearing changes from 095� to 100� in 1.5 minutes of elapsed time. The time en route to that station would be
- The ADF is tuned to a nondirectional radiobeacon and the relative bearing changes from 090� to 100� in 2.5 minutes of elapsed time. If the true airspeed is 90 knots, the distance and time en route to that radiobeacon would be
- While maintaining a constant heading, a relative bearing of 10� doubles in 5 minutes. If the true airspeed is 105 knots, the time and distance to the station being used is approximately
(Refer to figure 20.)
Which instrument shows the aircraft in a position where a 180� turn would result in the aircraft intercepting the 150 radial at a 30� angle?
- While maintaining a magnetic heading of 270� and a true airspeed of 120 knots, the 360 radial of a VOR is crossed at 1237 and the 350 radial is crossed at 1244. The approximate time and distance to this station are
(Refer to figure 24.)
If the time flown between aircraft positions 2 and 3 is 15 minutes, what is the estimated time to the station?
- Inbound on the 190 radial, a pilot selects the 195 radial, turns 5� to the left, and notes the time. While maintaining a constant heading, the pilot notes the time for the CDI to center is 10 minutes. The ETE to the station is
- Which airspeed would a pilot be unable to identify by the color coding of an airspeed indicator?
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