Weight and balance quiz

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Weight and balance

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The term "moment" with regard to a mass and balance calculation is referred to as... 

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An aircraft must be loaded and operated in such a way that the center of gravity (CG) stays within the approved limits during all phases of flight. 

This is done to ensure... 

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The center of gravity has to be located... 

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Exceeding the maximum allowed aircraft mass is... 

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The basic empty mass of an aircraft includes... 

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What mass equals 102 litres of Avgas 100LL? 

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The density of AVGAS 100LL at 15° C is... 

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The distance between the center of gravity and the datum is called... 

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The empty weight and the corresponding center of gravity (CG) of an aircraft are initially determined... 

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For the purpose of a flight preparation, the pilot calculates a total take-off mass of 750 kg and a total moment of 625 mmkg. Which cross marks the center of gravity (CG)?

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The result of a front C.G. position is:
1. Increase in stability.
2. Increase in fuel consumption.
3. Increase in stall speed.
4. Increase in range. 

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Given values: Calculated take-off mass = 746 kg calculated CG = 37.1 cm fuel burn = 30.5 l on station 45 cm.

Where is the CG situated after the landing? 

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The term "datum" with regard to a mass and balance calculation defines... 

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The conversion factor from kilogram [kg] into pounds [lb] is...

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Baggage and cargo must be properly stowed and fastened, otherwise a shift of the cargo may cause... 

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Navigation 2

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Navigation 2

Navigation 2

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Given: True course: 120°. TAS: 120 kt. Wind: 150°/12 kt.

1. The WCA equals...

 

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2. The distance from 'A' to 'B' measures 120 NM. At a distance of 55 NM from 'A' the pilot realizes a deviation of 7 NM to the right. What approximate course change must be made to reach 'B' directly? 

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3. An aeroplane has a heading of 090°. The distance which has to be flown is 90 NM. After 45 NM the aeroplane is 4.5 NM north of the planned flight path. What is the corrected heading to reach the arrival aerodrome directly? 

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4. What is the meaning of the 1:60 rule? 

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5. An aircraft is flying from 'A' to 'B' (distance 220 NM) at an average ground speed (GS) of 120 kt. It departs 'A' at 1200 UTC. After 70 NM along the course from 'A', the aircraft is 5 min ahead of the planned schedule. Using the actual GS, what is the revised estimated time of arrival (ETA) at B? 

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6. Assume zero wind and an aircraft descending from 7500 ft to 1200 ft with an average true airspeed (TAS) during the descent of 105 kt. The rate of descent (ROD) equals 800 ft/min. The elapsed time will be... 

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7. The approximate propagation speed of electromagnetic waves is 

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8. Which equipment is needed on board of an aircraft to receive signals from a non-directional beacon (NDB)? 

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9. Non-directional beacons (NDBs) transmit within which frequency band? 

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A pilot wants to approach an NDB on QDM 090°. The aircraft flies for about 5 minutes with a magnetic heading (MH) of 095° and the RBI indication of 355°. After 6 minutes the RBI indicates 358°.

10. Which statement is correct? 

 

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11. The pilot wants to proceed directly to the beacon. The wind is calm. The pilot should follow a QDM of... 

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12. VOR radials are defined based on the principle of... 

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13. Full deflection of the course deviation indicator (CDI) means that the aircraft is located at least... 

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14. Where is the aircraft located in relation to the VOR? 

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15. The aircraft is on radial...

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16. The range of a VOR is affected by... 

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17. The DME reading is a... 

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18. The differene between indicated DME slant range and horizontal distance from the DME station increases... 

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19. How many satellites are necessary for a precise and verified three-dimensional determination of the position? 

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Principles of flight – 2

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Human Factor – Medical – Part 3

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Human performance - Medical 3

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Which of the following options does NOT stimulate motion sickness (disorientation)? 

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Visual illusions are mostly caused by... 

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A deceleration during a straight horizontal flight can lead to the illusion of... 

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An acceleration during a straight horizontal flight can lead to the illusion of... 

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The connection between middle ear and nose and throat region is called... 

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In which situation is it NOT possible to achieve a pressure compensation between the middle ear and the environment? 

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What is the parallax error? 

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What is an appropriate reaction when a passenger during cruise flight suddenly feels uncomfortable? 

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Wings level after a longer period of turning can lead to the impression of... 

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Which characteristic is important when choosing sunglasses used by pilots? 

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Performance + W&B Quiz

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Performance

Performance + W&B

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1. The speed Vx means... 

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2. The term "datum" with regard to a mass and balance calculation defines... 

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3. Given the following conditions, the fuel consumption equals... Pressure altitude: 2000 ft Temperature: 31° C RPM: 2400 See annex (PFP-012) 

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4. What is the true airspeed (TAS) [kt] and fuel consumption [l/h] for cruise flight with 60 % power in flight level 60 under the following conditions?

Temperature: ISA - 20° C QNH: 980 hPa

See annex (PFP-012) 

 

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5. The empty weight and the corresponding center of gravity (CG) of an aircraft are initially determined... 

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6. Given the following data for a VFR flight: Take-off fuel: 180 kg including reserve fuel, which is 30% of take off fuel.

After half of the distance the remaining fuel is 100 kg.

Assume that cruise conditions will remain unchanged. Determine the remaining fuel at the destination: 

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7. The density of AVGAS 100LL at 15° C is... 

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8. Given values: Calculated take-off mass = 746 kg calculated CG = 37.1 cm fuel burn = 30.5 l on station 45 cm. Where is the CG situated after the landing? 

Select the closest answer

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9. The basic empty mass of an aircraft includes... 

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10. The speed VS0 is defined as... 

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11. The speed VFE is defined as... 

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12. The center of gravity has to be located... 

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13. The term "moment" with regard to a mass and balance calculation is referred to as... 

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14. The total weight of an aeroplane is acting vertically through the... 

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15. The speed Vy is defined as... 

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16. Baggage and cargo must be properly stowed and fastened, otherwise a shift of the cargo may cause... 

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17. Exceeding the maximum allowed aircraft mass is... 

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18. During a VFR flight the remaining usable fuel at a checkpoint is 80 USG.

Reserve fuel is 20 USG, remaining flight time according to flight plan is 2h 20min.

What is the highest acceptable fuel flow (FF) for the rest of the trip? 

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Communication

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Communication

Communication

Communication

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1. Which of the following frequencies is designated for VHF voice communication? 

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2. What is the call sign of the aerodrome control? 

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3. An ATIS is valid for... 

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4. What is the correct frequency for an initial distress message?

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5. What does the abbreviaton "FIR" stand for? 

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6. The altimeter has to be set to what value in order to show zero on ground? 

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7. What is the correct way of acknowledging the instruction "Squawk 4321, Call Bremen Radar on 131.325"? 

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8. Which altitude is displayed on the altimeter when set to a specific QFE? 

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9. What is the meaning of the phrase "Approved"? 

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10. Which Q-code is used for the magnetic bearing from the station? 

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11. An altitude of 4500 ft is transmitted as... 

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12. The correct transponder code for emergencies is... 

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13. What is the correct way of acknowledging the instruction "Next report PAH"? 

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14. Which of the listed radiotelephony messages has a higher priority than a flight safety message? 

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15. Which phrase is to be repeated three times before transmitting an urgency message? 

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16. What phrase is used by a pilot if a transmission is to be answered with "yes"? 

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17. Distress messages are messages...

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18. Which of the following messages has the highest priority? 

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General Navigation – Part 1

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General Navigation 1

General Navigation 1

General Navigation 1

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1. What is the difference in time when the sun moves 20° of longitude? 

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2. With Central European Time (CET) given as UTC+1, what UTC time corresponds to 1700 CET? 

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3. What is the distance between the two parallels of longitude 150°E and 151°E along the equator? 

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4. The term 'True Course' (TC) is defined as... 

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5. Which are the properties of a Mercator chart?

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6. Assume two arbitrary points A and B on the same parallel of latitude, but not on the equator. Point A is located on 010°E and point B on 020°E. 

There are 2 logically correct answers, however, EASA asking you to choose the one closer to the real answer.

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7. Electronic devices on board of an aeroplane have influence on the... 

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8. Point A on the Earth's surface lies exactly on the parallel of latitude of 47°50'27''N. Which point is exactly 240 NM north of A? 

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9. The term 'civil twilight' is defined as... 

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10. The sun moves 10° of longitude. What is the difference in time? 

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11. Which are the official basic units for horizontal distances used in aeronautical navigation and their abbreviations? 

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12. Given: TC: 183°; WCA: +011°; MH: 198°; CH: 200°

What are TH and VAR? 


TC-True Course
WCA-Wind correction angle
MH - Magnetic heading
CH- Compass heading

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13. The angle between the true course and the true heading is called... 

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14. What is the difference in time when the sun moves 10° of longitude? 

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15. UTC is...

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Given: WCA: 012°; TH: 125°; MC: 115°; DEV: 002°E
What are: TC, MH and CH?

16.  

Answer format:

010,120,230

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17. The term ‚magnetic course' (MC) is defined as... 

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18. What is the distance between the parallels of latitude 48°N and 49°N along a meridian line? 

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19. The term 'agonic line' is defined as a line on Earth or an aeronautical chart, connecting all points with the... 

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20. 1000 ft equal...

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21. What is the difference in latitude between A (12°53'30''N) and B (07°34'30''S)? 

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22. The shortest distance between two points on Earth is represented by a part of... 

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23. TC: 183°; WCA: +011°; MH: 198°; CH: 200°

What are the VAR and the DEV?
Answer format:
ex.
001W,-004
or
002E,+003


VAR: 004° W. DEV: -002°.

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24. Where does the inclination reach its lowest value? 

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25. The circumference of the Earth at the equator is approximately... 

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26. Which statement is correct with regard to the polar axis of the Earth? 

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27. Which approximate, geometrical form describes the shape of the Earth best for navigation systems? 

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28. Vienna (LOWW) is located at 016° 34'E, Salzburg (LOWS) at 013° 00'E. The latitude of both positions can be considered as equal. What is the difference of sunrise and sunset times, expressed in UTC, between Wien and Salzburg? 

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29. With Central European Summer Time (CEST) given as UTC+2, what UTC time corresponds to 1600 CEST? 

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30. 5500 m equal... 

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31. Which direction corresponds to 'compass north' (CN)? 

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32. Which statement about a rhumb line is correct? 

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33. Given: WCA: -012°; TH: 125°; MC: 139°; DEV: 002°E What are: TC, MH und CH? 

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34. Which are the properties of a Lambert conformal chart? 

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35. The angle between the magnetic course and the true course is called... 

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36. The rotational axis of the Earth runs through the... 

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37. Given: TC: 179°; WCA: -12°; VAR: 004° E; DEV: +002°

What are MH and MC? 

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38. What distance corresponds to one degree difference in latitude along any degree of longitude? 

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39. The term 'isogonal' or 'isogonic line' is defined as a line on an aeronautical chart, connecting all points with the same value of... 

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40. What could be a reason for changing the runway indicators at aerodromes (e.g. from runway 06 to runway 07)? 

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Human Factor – Medical

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Human Factor - Medical

Human Factor - Medical

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1. Which of the human senses is most influenced by hypoxia? 

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2. What is the function of the red blood cells (erythrocytes)? 

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3. Carbon monoxide poisoning can be caused by... 

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4. Carbon monoxide poisoning can be caused by... 

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5. Which of the following is NOT a symptom of hyperventilation? 

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6. At which altitude is the atmospheric pressure approximately half the MSL value (1013 hPa)? 

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7. Anemic hypoxia can be caused by... 

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8. What is the correct term for the system which, among others, controls breathing, digestion, and heart frequency? 

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9. What is the function of the white blood cells (leucocytes)? 

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10. What is the percentage of nitrogen in the atmosphere? 

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11. The average decrease of blood alcohol level for an adult in one hour is approximately... 

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12. What is the function of the blood platelets (thrombocytes)? 

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13. Which of the human senses is most influenced by hypoxia? 

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14. What does the term "Red-out" mean? 

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15. What is the percentage of oxygen in the atmosphere at 6000 ft? 

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16. Which of the following is responsible for blood coagulation? 

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17. Which of the following symptoms may indicate hypoxia? 

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18. From which altitude on does the body usually react to the decreasing atmospheric pressure? 

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19. Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for hypoxia? 

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20. Which altitude marks the lower limit where the body is unable to completely compensate the effects of the low atmospheric pressure? 

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