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CHAPTER THREE
INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
46.
True (Unless requested by pilot and approved by ATC)
47.
Nonprecision
48.
No
49.
3000 feet MSL
50. DH (decision height) applies to precision straight-in approaches. MDA (minimum descent
altitude) applies to nonprecision approaches, straight-in and circling.
51. HAT (height above touchdown) applies to all straight-in approaches. HAA (height above
airport) applies to circling approaches.
52. Precision approach has a glideslope. (ILS and PAR only) Nonprecision has no glideslope
information (VOR, TACAN, ADF)
53.
ASR and PAR (airport surveillance radar -- precision approach radar)
54.
azimuth; range
55.
azimuth; range; altitude (glideslope)
56.
Approach Plates
57.
Runway Visual Range
58.
PAR; ILS
59.
Radar Minimums section of the Approach Plates
60.  False (This chart is inside the back cover of the Low Altitude Instrument Approach
Procedures FLIP
3-26 INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES


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