Appendix 4.B: Navigation Practice Exam -Cont. - P-2030198

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30.  What is the wind direction and velocity
if, while
flying on a true heading of 154 degrees at a
TAS of 170
knots, an aircrew takes a fix and determines
that the
aircraft's track has been 144 degrees with a
ground speed of
180 knots?
A.
035
degrees/32
knots
B.
249
degrees/10
knots
C.
252
degrees/32
knots
D.
252
degrees/46
knots
31.
After determining that their groundspeed is greater
than their TAS and that they have drifted right 33º to
333 degrees, the aircrew can estimate a possible wind
direction of ___________
A.
010 degrees.
B.
100 degrees.
C.
195 degrees.
D.
280 degrees.
32.
What is the wind direction and velocity if an
aircraft's track has been 103 degrees with a true
heading of 091 degrees, groundspeed is 375, and TAS is
425?
A.
043
degrees/ 50
knots
B.
043
degrees/100
knots
C.
095
degrees/ 50
knots
D.
163
degrees/100
knots
33.
Which of the following is a possible wind direction and
velocity if the aircraft's track has been 214 degrees
after drifting left 12 degrees and the groundspeed is
greater than the TAS?
A.
005 degrees/ 32 knots
B.
097 degrees/ 24 knots
C.
257 degrees/ 40 knots
D.