intro to aerospace exam 2

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  1. At the equator of the earth, one degree is equal to ____ nautical miles.
    60 nautical miles
  2. One nautical mile equals
    6076 feet
  3. Victor Airways are shown on the chart in blue. They are
    A) controlled airspace
    B) special use airways
    C) both a and b
    D) low altitude airways
    C) both a and b
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. The line drawn on the aeronautical chart from the starting point to the destination is called the
    A) magnetic heading
    B) variation
    C) compass course
    D) true course
    D) true course
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Navigation by reference to visible landmarks is called
    A) landmark steerage
    B) pilotage
    C) dead reckoning
    D) radio navigation
    B) pilotage
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Deviation in the magnetic compass is caused by the
    A) presence of flaws in the permanet magnets of the compass
    B) difference in the location b/t true and magnetic north
    C) magnetic fields in the aircraft distorting the lines of magnetic north
    D) precession of gyroscope over time
    C) magnetic fields in the aircraft distorting the lines of magnetic north
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Which of the following is a form of radio navigation?
    A) VOR navigation and ADF navigation
    B) piltoage and VOR navigation
    C) dead reckoning and ADF navigation
    D) pilotage and ADF navigation
    A) VOR navigation and ADF navigation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. What is the agency primarily responsible for aviation safety?
    A) CAB
    B) FAA
    C) National Saftey Trans. Board
    D) NASA
    B) FAA
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. The angle b/t the chord line and the relative wind:
    A)lift angle
    B)angle of incidence
    C)dihedral angle
    D)AOA
    D)AOA
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. difference b/t true course and magnetic course
    A)ground track
    B)wind correction angle
    C)magnetic deviation
    D)magnetic variation
    D)magnetic variation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. On sectional charts, airports which have control towers are what color?
    blue
  12. A VOR is a
    Very-high frequency omnidirectional radio range
  13. A runway numbered 27 means the runway direction is ______
    265-274 degrees
  14. What color are runway lights?
    white
  15. Airspace above 18,000ft in which only IFR traffic is permitted
    Class A
  16. Airspace where ATC has neither authority nor the responsibilty foe control over traffic is Class __.
    Class G
  17. Victor Airways are examples of Class ____ airspace.
    Class E.
  18. Taxiway lights are what color?
    Blue
  19. On sectional charts, airports that have control towers are what color?
    Blue
  20. Movement of an aircraft about the vertical axis is called
    yaw
  21. induced drag is a byproduct of the production of ______
    lift
  22. What happend to induced drag as airspeed increases?
    decreases
  23. at constant speed, constant altitude flight; lift=_____ and thrust=_____
    • lift = weight
    • thrust = drag

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