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Question Number: 4489 Subject Code: J16

(Refer to figure 85.) What route should you take if cleared for the Washoe Two Departure and your assigned route is V6?

A) Climb on the LOC south course to cross WAGGE at 9,000, turn left and fly direct to FMG VORTAC and cross at or above 10,000, and proceed on FMG R 241.
B) Climb on the LOC south course to WAGGE where you will be vectored to V6.
C) Climb on the LOC south course to WAGGE, turn left and fly direct to FMG VORTAC. If at 10,000 turn left and proceed on FMG R 241; if not at 10,000 enter depicted holding pattern and climb to 10,000 before proceeding on FMG R 241.

Question Number: 4798 Subject Code: J01

What international Morse Code identifier is used to identify a specific interim standard microwave landing system?

A) A three letter Morse Code identifier preceded by the Morse Code for the letters ``ML''.
B) A three letter Morse Code identifier preceded by the Morse Code for the letter ``M''.
C) A two letter Morse Code identifier preceded by the Morse Code for the letters ``IM''.

Question Number: 4872 Subject Code: I05

Which instruments are considered to be supporting instruments for pitch during change of airspeed in a level turn?

A) Airspeed indicator and VSI.
B) Altimeter and attitude indicator.
C) Attitude indicator and VSI.

Question Number: 4587 Subject Code: I08

(Refer to figure 104.) If the radio magnetic indicator is tuned to a VOR, which illustration indicates the aircraft is on the 115? radial?

A) 2.
B) 3.
C) 1.

Question Number: 4751 Subject Code: J18

Under which condition does ATC issue a STAR?

A) Only if the pilot requests a STAR in the ``Remarks'' section of the flight plan.
B) When ATC deems it appropriate, unless the pilot requests ``No STAR.''
C) To all pilots wherever STAR's are available.

Question Number: 4078 Subject Code: J15

Where are the compulsory reporting points, if any, on a direct flight not flown on radials or courses of established airways or routes?

A) There are no compulsory reporting points unless advised by ATC.
B) Fixes selected to define the route.
C) At the changeover points.

Question Number: 4467 Subject Code: J25

AIRMET's are issued on a scheduled basis every

A) 15 minutes after the hour only.
B) six hours.
C) 15 minutes until the AIRMET is canceled.

Question Number: 4042 Subject Code: B11

If an unpressurized aircraft is operated above 12,500 feet MSL, but not more than 14,000 feet MSL, for a period of 2 hours 20 minutes, how long during that time is the minimum flightcrew required to use supplemental oxygen?

A) 1 hour 20 minutes.
B) 2 hours 20 minutes.
C) 1 hour 50 minutes.

Question Number: 4155 Subject Code: I32

A jetstream is defined as wind of

A) 40 knots or greater.
B) 50 knots or greater.
C) 30 knots or greater.

Question Number: 4235 Subject Code: I46

For most effective use of the Radar Summary Chart during preflight planning, a pilot should

A) utilize the chart as the only source of information regarding storms and hazardous conditions existing between reporting stations.
B) consult the chart to determine more accurate measurements of freezing levels, cloud cover, and wind conditions between reporting stations.
C) compare it with the charts, reports, and forecasts of a three-dimensional picture of clouds and precipitation.