Instruments Quiz

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Instruments Quiz

Instruments Quiz

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1. An aircraft in the northern hemisphere intends to turn on the shortest way from a heading of 270° to a heading of 360°. At approximately which indication of the magnetic compass should the turn be terminated? 

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2. The term "inclination" is defined as... 

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3. What is a cause for the dip error on the direct-reading compass? 

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An aircraft in the northern hemisphere intends to turn on the shortest way from a heading of 360° to a heading of 270°.
At approximately which indication of the magnetic compass should the turn be terminated?

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5. What behaviour is shown by a rotating gyro in space? 

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6. A gyro which is rotating in space responds to forces being applied to it by an evasive movement... 

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7. The compass error caused by the aircraft's magnetic field is called... 

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8. The term "static pressure" is defined as pressure... 

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9. An aircraft in the northern hemisphere intends to turn on the shortest way from a heading of 030° to a heading of 180°. At approximately which indicated magnetic heading should the turn be terminated? 

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10. Which of the instruments listed below obtain their readings through pressure measurement? 

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11. A vertical speed indicator measures the difference between... 

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12. The airspeed indicator is unservicable. The airplane may only be operated... 

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13. What is necessary for the determination of speed (IAS) by the airspeed indicator? 

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14. The indication of a magnetic compass deviates from magnetic north direction due to what errors? 

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