Practice Problems -Cont. - P-2030104

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6800
30.15
-10
250
40
41
15000
28.95
-20
450
42
14500
30.01
0
500
43
8900
29.99
5
475
44
6900
30.25
10
460
45
6500
29.95
-25
355
46
20000
29.92
-20
274
47
15000
29.99
15
315
48
1900
30.05
10
495
49
18000
30.55
0
800
50
30000
29.63
-5
500
B.
Solve the following problems using the given preflight information.
51.
Calibrated altitude is 15,000 feet. OAT is -15 degrees C. Altimeter setting is 29.92
inches Hg. To maintain a TAS of 210 knots, what INDICATED airspeed must be
flown?
a.
152 knots
b.
161 knots
c.
166 knots
d.
171 knots
52.
An aircraft is flying at 200 knots CAS, pressure altitude 16,000 feet, and OAT is -10
degrees C. What is the TAS?
a.
245 knots
b.
253 knots
c.
262 knots
d.
270 knots
SITUATION: An aircraft's calibrated altitude is 15,000 feet, OAT is -15°C, and the
53.
altimeter setting is 29.92 inches Hg. What INDICATED airspeed must be flown to
maintain 300 knots TAS?
a.
232 knots
b.
239 knots
c.
243 knots
d.
249 knots
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