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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: 4292 Subject Code: J41

(Refer to figures 41 and 41A.) At which point does the AQN.AQN2 arrival begin?

A) ACTON VORTAC.
B) CREEK intersection.
C) ABI VORTAC.

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: 4210 Subject Code: I53

A pilot reporting turbulence that momentarily causes slight, erratic changes in altitude and/or attitude should report it as

A) light turbulence.
B) light chop.
C) moderate turbulence.

Question Number: 4063 Subject Code: B10

Prior to which operation must an IFR flight plan be filed and an appropriate ATC clearance received?

A) Takeoff when IFR weather conditions exist.
B) Entering controlled airspace when IMC exists.
C) Flying by reference to instruments in controlled airspace.

Question Number: 4540 Subject Code: J18

What obstacle clearance and navigation signal coverage is a pilot assured with the Minimum Sector Altitudes depicted on the IAP charts?

A) 500 feet and acceptable navigation signal coverage within a 10 NM radius of the navigation facility.
B) 1,000 feet and acceptable navigation signal coverage within a 25 NM radius of the navigation facility.
C) 1,000 feet within a 25 NM radius of the navigation facility, but not acceptable navigation signal coverage.

Question Number: 4142 Subject Code: I43

If squalls are reported at your destination, what wind conditions should you anticipate?

A) Peak gusts of at least 35 knots for a sustained period of 1 minute or longer.
B) Sudden increases in windspeed of at least 15 knots to a peak of 20 knots or more, lasting for at least 1 minute.
C) Rapid variation in wind direction of at least 20? and changes in speed of at least 10 knots between peaks and lulls.

Question Number: 4068 Subject Code: B10

When departing from an airport located outside controlled airspace during IMC, you must file an IFR flight plan and receive a clearance before

A) entering Class E airspace.
B) takeoff.
C) entering IFR conditions.

Question Number: 4211 Subject Code: I47

The Low-Level Significant Weather Prognostic Chart depicts weather conditions

A) as they existed at the time the chart was prepared.
B) that existed at the time shown on the chart which is about 3 hours before the chart is received.
C) that are forecast to exist at a valid time shown on the chart.

Question Number: 4737 Subject Code: J19

When may you obtain a contact approach?

A) ATC may assign a contact approach if VFR conditions exist or you report the runway in sight and are clear of clouds.
B) ATC will assign a contact approach only upon request if the reported visibility is at least 1 mile.
C) ATC may assign a contact approach if you are below the clouds and the visibility is at least 1 mile.