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CHG 2
T-34C INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES
PRACTICE PROBLEM NUMBER FOUR QUESTIONS
1.
How many compulsory reporting points are on your flight log?
a.
2
c.
4
b.
3
d.
5
2.
While enroute to your destination, you find it necessary to proceed to the alternate, what
are the single pilot weather minimums for the approach?
a.
1000-2
c.
300-1
b.
700-1
d.
900-1
3.
While enroute, you desire to change your destination. You are in the vicinity of the
Lakeland VORTAC. Who would you contact to change your flight plan?
a.
Miami FSS
c.
Ft. Myers FSS
b.
Miami Center
d.
St. Petersburg FSS
4.
What frequency would you use for question number three?
a.
255.4 or 122.2
c.
322.5 or 122.1
b.
243.0 or 121.5
d.
128.25
5.  Over the Lakeland VORTAC, you would probably be in contact with Miami Center on
which of the following frequencies?
a.
122.1
c.
343.9
b.
255.4
d.
256.7
6.
Which NAVAID frequencies and radial define CAMBE intersection (on V533 between
Lakeland and Orlando)?
a.
LAL 116.0 046R and ORL 112.2 227R
b.
LAL 116.0 046R and MLB 110.0 284R
c.
ORL 112.2 227R and MLB 110.0 286R
d.
ORL 112.2 227R and OCF 113.7 148R
7.
The Orlando tower can be received on the following frequencies in a UHF only T-34C
aircraft:
a.
253.5, 126.65
c.
253.5, 273.45, 243.0
b.
253.5, 255.4, 243.0, 121.5
d.
253.5, 243.0, 126.65
8.
The Minimum Descent Altitude (MDA) on an ASR approach circle to land maneuver in a
T-34 aircraft at Daytona Beach International is:
a.
500
c.
700
b.
520
d.
800
PRACTICE PROBLEM NUMBER FOUR
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