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1. Use and understand the principles of simple machines sound fluid and heat dynamics basic aerodynamic (8486)
If all, or a significant part of a stall strip is missing on an airplane wing, a likely result will be
A - asymmetrical lateral control at or near stall angles of attack.
B - decreased lift in the area of installation at high angles of attack.
C - asymmetrical lateral control at low angles of attack.
2. Complete required maintenance forms records and inspection reports (0504_522)
A certificated mechanic without an inspection authorization who signs the appropriate block on FAA Form 337 is doing what?
A - Certifying that the work was done in accordance with the requirements of 14 CFR part 43.
B - Approving the work for return to service.
C - Certifying the maintenance information used as FAA-approved data.
3. Weigh aircraft (8154)
What tasks are completed prior to weighing an aircraft to determine its empty weight?
A - Remove all items on the aircraft equipment list; drain fuel, compute oil and hydraulic fluid weight.
B - Remove all items except those on the aircraft equipment list; drain fuel and hydraulic fluid.
C - Remove all items except those on the aircraft equipment list; drain fuel and fill hydraulic reservoir.
4. Complete required maintenance forms records and inspection reports (8455)
An aircraft owner was provided a list of discrepancies on an aircraft that was not approved for return to service after an annual inspection. Which of the following statements is/are true concerning who may correct the discrepancies?1. Only a mechanic with an inspection authorization.2. An appropriately rated mechanic.3. Any certificated repair station.
A - 2 & 3.
B - 2 .
C - 1.
5. Use blueprint information (8129)
(Refer to Figure 36 .) The diameter of the holes in the finished object is
A - 31/64 inch.
B - 1/2 inch.
C - 3/4 inch.
6. Measure voltage current resistance and continuity (8028)
(Refer to Figure 9 .) How many instruments (voltmeters and ammeters) are installed correctly?
A - One.
B - Three.
C - Two.
7. Weigh aircraft (8169)
When dealing with weight and balance of an aircraft, the term ''maximum weight'' is interpreted to mean the maximum
A - weight of the empty aircraft.
B - authorized weight of the aircraft and its contents.
C - weight of the useful load.
8. Demonstrate ability to read comprehend and apply information contained in FAA and manufacturer s air (0504_528)
(Refer to Figure 62 , 62A, & 62B as necessary.) How many parts will need to be fabricated by the mechanic in the construction and installation of one doubler?
A - 2.
B - 3.
C - 4.
9. Inspect and check welds (8281)
Holes and a few projecting globules are found in a weld. What action should be taken?
A - Remove all the old weld, and reweld the joint.
B - Grind the rough surface smooth, inspect, and reweld all gaps/holes.
C - Reweld the defective portions.
10. Determine areas and volumes of various geometrical shapes (8400)
Select the container size that will be equal in volume to 60 gallons of fuel.(7.5 gal = 1 cu ft)
A - 8.5 cubic feet.
B - 8.0 cubic feet.
C - 7.5 cubic feet.