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Question Number: 276 Subject Code: PLT059

(Refer to figure 12.) Which of the reporting stations have VFR weather?

A) All.
B) KINK, KBOI, and KJFK.
C) KINK, KBOI, and KLAX.

Question Number: 144 Subject Code: PLT064

(Refer to figure 21, area 2.) The flag symbol at Lake Drummond represents a

A) compulsory reporting point for Norfolk Class C airspace.
B) compulsory reporting point for Hampton Roads Airport.
C) visual checkpoint used to identify position for initial callup to Norfolk Approach Control.

Question Number: 321 Subject Code: PLT206

Which factor would tend to increase the density altitude at a given airport?

A) An increase in barometric pressure.
B) An increase in ambient temperature.
C) A decrease in relative humidity.

Question Number: 308 Subject Code: PLT226

What types of fog depend upon wind in order to exist?

A) Radiation fog and ice fog.
B) Steam fog and ground fog.
C) Advection fog and upslope fog.

Question Number: 263 Subject Code: PLT366

May aircraft wreckage be moved prior to the time the NTSB takes custody?

A) Yes, but only if moved by a federal, state, or local law enforcement officer.
B) Yes, but only to protect the wreckage from further damage.
C) No, it may not be moved under any circumstances.

Question Number: 460 Subject Code: PLT185

(Refer to figure 11.) Which yaw string and inclinometer illustrations indicate a slipping right turn?

A) 3 and 6.
B) 2 and 6.
C) 2 and 4.

Question Number: 546 Subject Code: PLT170

What is the procedure for a slope landing?

A) When the downslope skid is on the ground, hold the collective pitch at the same position.
B) Minimum RPM shall be held until the full weight of the helicopter is on the skid.
C) When parallel to the slope, slowly lower the upslope skid to the ground prior to lowering the downslope skid.

Question Number: 541 Subject Code: PLT250

What type fuel can be substituted for an aircraft if the recommended octane is not available?

A) The next higher octane aviation gas.
B) The next lower octane aviation gas.
C) Unleaded automotive gas of the same octane rating.

Question Number: 471 Subject Code: PLT054

(Refer to figure 55.) At what speed will the glider gain the most distance while descending 1,000 feet in still air?

A) 44 MPH.
B) 53 MPH.
C) 83 MPH.

Question Number: 196 Subject Code: PLT064

(Refer to figure 23, area 2 and legend 1.) For information about the parachute jumping and glider operations at Silverwood Airport, refer to

A) notes on the border of the chart.
B) the Airport/Facility Directory.
C) the Notices to Airmen (NOTAM) publication.