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Question Number: 4889 Subject Code: I05

What causes the northerly turning error in a magnetic compass?

A) Centrifugal force acting on the compass card.
B) Coriolis force at the mid latitudes.
C) The magnetic dip characteristic.

Question Number: 4297 Subject Code: J42

(Refer to figures 42, 42A.) What is the difference in elevation (in feet MSL) between the airport elevation and the TDZE for RWY 36L?

A) 15 feet.
B) 22 feet.
C) 18 feet.

Question Number: 4761 Subject Code: B10

What point at the destination should be used to compute estimated time en route on an IFR flight plan?

A) The final approach fix on the expected instrument approach.
B) The point of first intended landing.
C) The initial approach fix on the expected instrument approach.

Question Number: 4765 Subject Code: B10

In the case of operations over an area designated as a mountainous area, no person may operate an aircraft under IFR below 2,000 feet above the highest obstacle within a horizontal distance of

A) 3 SM from the course flown.
B) 4 NM from the course flown.
C) 4 SM from the course flown.

Question Number: 4154 Subject Code: I20

The average height of the troposphere in the middle latitudes is

A) 25,000 feet.
B) 20,000 feet.
C) 37,000 feet.

Question Number: 4616 Subject Code: J17

(Refer to figure 114.) A pilot receives this ATC clearance:
What is the recommended procedure to enter the holding pattern?

A) Direct only.
B) Parallel only.
C) Teardrop only.

Question Number: 4750 Subject Code: J18

A contact approach is an approach procedure that may be used

A) if assigned by ATC and will facilitate the approach.
B) in lieu of conducting a SIAP.
C) in lieu of a visual approach.

Question Number: 4682 Subject Code: I10

(Refer to figure 129.) How should the missed approach point be identified when executing the RNAV RWY 36 approach at Adams Field?

A) Upon arrival at 760 feet on the glidepath.
B) When the TO FROM indicator changes.
C) When time has expired for 5 NM past the FAF.

Question Number: 4668 Subject Code: J17

When more than one circuit of the holding pattern is needed to lose altitude or become better established on course, the additional circuits can be made

A) only in an emergency.
B) only if pilot advises ATC and ATC approves.
C) at pilot's discretion.

Question Number: 4785 Subject Code: J03

(Refer to figure 135.) Which illustration would a pilot observe if the aircraft is below both glidepaths?

A) 6.
B) 4.
C) 5.