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  1. T or F: The runway is the
    primary reference in the traffic pattern? (3-3 para 6.1.)
    True
  2. The airspeed in the letdown
    is normally _____ knots or as directed by approach control. (3-3 para 6.2.)
    200 to 250
  3. The break is normally
    performed between the approach end and _____ feet down the runway.
    3000
  4. T or F:  Do not initiate the break with a straight-in
    approach between 5 and 2 miles? (3-3 para 6.3.3)
    True
  5. The minimum speed on
    closed/inside downwind is _____ knots. (3-3 para 6.3.4.)
    120
  6. The rollout on final can vary
    between _____ and _____ mile from the runway. (3-3 para 6.3.4.)
    1/2, 3/4
  7. Starting the final turn,
    simultaneously lower the nose of the aircraft and roll into approximately _____
    degrees of bank. (3-3 para 6.3.5.2.)
    30
  8. After starting the final turn,
    slow to _____ knots for landing flaps. (3-3 para 6.3.5.3.)
    110
  9. After starting the final
    turn, slow to _____ knots for takeoff flaps. (3-3 para 6.3.5.3.)
    115
  10. After starting the final
    turn, slow to _____ knots for no flaps. (3-3 para 6.3.5.3.)
    120
  11. The final approach begins
    when the wings are level after the final turn. 
    On final approach, slow to and maintain _____ for landing flaps. (3-3
    para 6.3.6.)
    100
  12. The final approach begins
    when the wings are level after the final turn. 
    On final approach, slow to and maintain _____ for takeoff flaps. (3-3
    para 6.3.6.)
    105
  13. The final approach begins
    when the wings are level after the final turn. 
    On final approach, slow to and maintain _____ for no flaps. (3-3 para
    6.3.6.)
    110
  14. You should aim short of the
    intended touchdown point because of the delay during the round out.  Plan to touch down within the first _____
    feet of the runway using takeoff or landing flaps. (3-3 para 6.3.6.6.)
    1000 (500-1000)
  15. You should aim short of the
    intended touchdown point because of the delay during the round out.  Plan to touch down within the first _____
    feet of the runway using no flaps. (3-3 para 6.3.6.6.)
    1500 (1000 - 1500)
  16. If you land in gusty wind
    conditions, increase final approach airspeed by 1/2 the gust factor up to _____
    knots. (3-3 para 6.3.6.8.)
    10
  17. T or F:  When engaging the nose wheel steering, first
    ensure the rudder pedals are centered?
    true
  18. T or F: If you encounter nose
    wheel shimmy during the landing roll, increase back stick pressure to release
    pressure on the nose gear? (3-3 para 6.4.3.1.)
    True
  19. T or F: Do not complete any
    after landing checklist items until you are clear of the runway?
    True
  20. T or F: In no case should you
    attempt to land this aircraft on other than a prepared surface? (3-3 para 6.7.)
    True
  21. A precautionary emergency
    landing (PEL) is flown any time you suspect an engine malfunction.  Practice PELs using _____ to _____ percent
    torque. (3-3 para 6.7.2.)
    4, 6
  22. T or F: During a simulated
    forced landing (SFL) you should anticipate a longer flare and touchdown since
    you will not reduce the PCL to idle when landing is assured? (3-3 para 6.7.3.)
    True
  23. If you arrive at high key
    below the desired altitude, options to regain profile include: (3-3 para
    6.7.4.2.)
    • Delaying gear extension
    • Delaying flap extension
    • Altering profile geometry
  24. At high key, extend the
    landing gear, slow to _____ knots, and initiate a 30-degree bank turn. (3-3
    para
    120
  25. Plan to arrive at low key at
    _____ feet AGL, abeam the touchdown point. (3-3 para 6.7.5.)
    1500
  26. Plan to arrive at base key at
    _____ feet AGL. (3-3 para 6.7.5.)
    600 to 800
  27. During a PEL or SFL final
    approach, you may slow to _____ and extend the flaps as required.
    110
  28. T or F: During a final approach or landing go-around you normally use maximum power.  However, depending on your airspeed, you may
    need to advance the PCL to a power setting less than maximum to prevent over
    speeding the flaps and or gear? (3-3 para 6.8.1.)
    True
  29. T or F: Use "power as
    necessary to maintain a safe airspeed" while executing a go-around from
    the final turn? (3-3 para 6.8.1.)
    True
  30. The minimum airspeed during
    the closed pull-up is _____ knots. (3-3 para 6.10.2.)
    140
  31. T or F: If a go-around is
    initiated after porpoising, do not raise the landing gear? (3-3 para 6.13.6.2)
    True

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