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Question Number: 4687 Subject Code: B97

(Refer to figure 130.) What are the restrictions regarding circle to land procedures for LDA RWY/GS 6 approach at Roanoke Regional?

A) Visibility increased 1/2 mile for circling approach.
B) Circling to runway 24 not authorized.
C) Circling not authorized NW of RWY 6 24.

Question Number: 4198 Subject Code: I41

Which response most closely interprets the following PIREP?

UA/OV OKC 063064/TM 1522/FL080/TP C172/TA -04/WV 245040/TB LGT/RM IN CLR.

A) Reported by a Cessna 172, turbulence and light rime icing in climb to 8,000 ft.
B) 63 nautical miles on the 64 degree radial from Oklahoma City, thunderstorm and light rain at 1522 UTC.
C) 64 nautical miles on the 63 degree radial from Oklahoma City VOR at 1522 UTC, flight level 8,000 ft. Type of aircraft is a Cessna 172.

Question Number: 4050 Subject Code: B11

Where is DME required under IFR?

A) Above 18,000 feet MSL.
B) At or above 24,000 feet MSL if VOR navigational equipment is required.
C) In positive control areas.

Question Number: 4077 Subject Code: J15

Which airspaces are depicted on the En Route Low Altitude Chart?

A) Class A, special use airspace, Class D and Class E.
B) Special use airspace, Class E, Class D, Class A, Class B and Class C.
C) Class D, Class C, Class B, Class E and special use airspace.

Question Number: 4664 Subject Code: J01

When installed with the ILS and specified in the approach procedures, DME may be used

A) in lieu of visibility requirements.
B) in lieu of the OM.
C) to determine distance from TDZ.

Question Number: 4901 Subject Code: I05

If a 180? steep turn is made to the right and the aircraft is rolled out to straight and level flight by visual reference, the miniature aircraft will

A) show a slight climb and turn to the left.
B) show a slight skid and climb to the right.
C) show a slight climb and turn to the right.

Question Number: 4021 Subject Code: A20

How long does a pilot remain current for IFR flight after successfully completing an instrument competency check if no further IFR flights are made?

A) 6 months.
B) 12 months.
C) 90 days.

Question Number: 4824 Subject Code: I07

(Refer to figures 139 and 140.) Which displacement from the localizer and glide slope at the 1.9 NM point is indicated?

A) 710 feet to the left of the localizer centerline and 140 feet below the glide slope.
B) 710 feet to the right of the localizer centerline and 140 feet above the glide slope.
C) 430 feet to the right of the localizer centerline and 28 feet above the glide slope.

Question Number: 4875 Subject Code: I05

Which is the correct sequence for recovery from a spiraling, nose low, increasing airspeed, unusual flight attitude?

A) Increase pitch attitude, reduce power, and level wings.
B) Reduce power, correct the bank attitude, and raise the nose to a level attitude.
C) Reduce power, raise the nose to level attitude, and correct the bank attitude.

Question Number: 4438 Subject Code: B08

What requirement must be met before ATC will authorize a deviation from the FAR 91 requirement for a transponder in class B airspace?

A) The proposed flight must be conducted when operating under instrument flight rules.
B) The proposed flight must be conducted in visual meteorological conditions (VMC).
C) A request for the proposed flight must be made to ATC at least 1 hour before the flight.