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1. Perform complete weight and balance check and record data (0504_499)
When, or under what condition(s) are adverse loading checks conducted?
A - At or below the maximum gross weight of the aircraft.
B - Anytime a repair or alteration causes EWCG to fall within the EWCG range.
C - At specified flight hour or calendar time intervals.
2. Start ground operate move service and secure aircraft and identify typical ground operation hazards (8326)
When towing a large aircraft
A - persons should be stationed at the nose, each wingtip, and the empennage at all times.
B - a person should be in the cockpit to watch for obstructions.
C - a person should be in the cockpit to operate the brakes.
3. Use blueprint information (8141)
In the reading of aircraft blueprints, the term tolerance, used in association with aircraft parts or components,
A - is the difference between extreme permissible dimensions that a part may have and still be acceptable.
B - represents the limit of galvanic compatibility between different adjoining material types in aircraft parts.
C - is the tightest permissible fit for proper construction and operation of mating parts.
4. Determine the relationship of voltage current and resistance in electrical circuits (8040)
Diodes are used in electrical power supply circuits primarily as
A - rectifiers.
B - switches.
C - relays.
5. Perform precision measurements (8294)
Which number represents the vernier scale graduation of a micrometer?
A - .0001.
B - .001.
C - .00001.
6. Read and interpret electrical circuit diagrams including solid state devices and logic functions (8073)
(Refer to Figure 20 .) Troubleshooting an open circuit with a voltmeter as shown in this circuit will
A - create a low resistance path and the current flow will be greater than normal.
B - permit current to flow and illuminate the lamp.
C - permit the battery voltage to appear on the voltmeter.
7. Use graphs and charts (8143)
(Refer to Figure 38 .) An aircraft reciprocating engine has a 2,800 cubic-inch displacement, develops 2,000 brake-horsepower, and indicates 270 brake-mean effective pressure. What is the engine speed (RPM)?
A - 2,300.
B - 2,100.
C - 2,200.
8. Perform dye penetrant eddy current ultrasonic and magnetic particle inspections (8238)
The pattern for an inclusion is a magnetic particle buildup forming
A - a fernlike pattern.
B - parallel lines.
C - a single line.
9. Inspect and service batteries (8100)
What may result if water is added to a nickel cadmium battery when it is not fully charged?
A - No adverse effects since water may be added anytime.
B - Excessive spewing is likely to occur during the charging cycle.
C - Excessive electrolyte dilution.
10. Use and understand the principles of simple machines sound fluid and heat dynamics basic aerodynamic (8476)
If the temperature of a confined liquid is held constant and its pressure is tripled, the volume will
A - triple.
B - be reduced to one third its original volume.
C - remain the same.