Appendix 4.B: Navigation Practice Exam -Cont. - P-2030197

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26.
What is the true heading and predicted ground speed of
an aircraft if the wind is 151 degrees/47 knots, TAS is
120 knots, and the desired true course is 267 degrees?
A.
246
degrees/ 99
knots
B.
246
degrees/141
knots
C.
288
degrees/ 99
knots
D.
288
degrees/141
knots
27.
While preflight planning for a true course of 285, an
aviator is informed that the preflight winds are
107/40.  How does the predicted TH and GS compare to
the TC and TAS?
A.
TH
increases
and
GS
increases
B.
TH
decreases
and
GS
increases
C.
TH
increases
and
GS
decreases
D.
TH
decreases
and
GS
decreases
28.
An aircrew desires to fly a true course of 290 degrees
at a TAS of 192 knots.  Winds are 050 degrees/40 knots.
What true heading should be flown and what is the
predicted ground speed?
A.
279
degrees/172
knots
B.
279
degrees/212
knots
C.
301
degrees/172
knots
D.
301
degrees/212
knots
29.
Which of the following is a possible wind direction and
velocity ir an aviator finds their track has been 150
degrees after drifting right and noting that their
groundspeed is less than their TAS?
A.
110
degrees/45
knots
B.
180
degrees/45
knots
C.
290
degrees/45
knots
D.
360
degrees/45
knots
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