Appendix 4.B: Navigation Practice Exam -Cont. - P-2030196

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21.
What is the pressure altitude if TAS is 170 knots,
calibrated airspeed is 153 knots, and the OAT is -20
degrees C?
A.
4,200 feet
B.
5,600 feet
C.
9,600 feet
D.
11,200 feet
22.
What is an aircraft's TAS if the altimeter indicates
32,000 feet (zero error), the IAS is 320 kts, the OAT
is -60ºC, and the altimeter setting shows 30.92?
A.
436
B.
450
C.
455
D.
468
23.
The air vector represents
A.
B.
C.
D.
wind direction and velocity.
24.
Wind direction and velocity at altitude are stated from
A.
a
magnetic direction
and speed in knots.
B.
a
magnetic direction
and speed in miles per hour.
C.
a
true direction and
speed in miles per hour.
D.
a
true direction and
speed in knots.
25.
What TH and GS are predicted if an aircrew desires to
fly a preflight TC of 206º at a TAS of 470kts and the
preflight winds are reported as 230/30?
A.
190º/443
kts
B.
208º/497
kts
C.
208º/443
kts
D.
222º/443
kts
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