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1. Sectional Chart (1104_115)
(Refer to Figure 61 , point 6) Mosier Airport is
A - an airport restricted to use by private and recreational pilots.
B - a restricted military stage field within restricted airspace.
C - a nonpublic use airport.
 
2. Flight Rules General (1104_136)
Except when necessary for takeoff or landing, what is the minimum safe altitude for a pilot to operate an aircraft anywhere?
A - An altitude allowing, if a power unit fails, an emergency landing without undue hazard to persons or property on the surface.
B - An altitude of 500 feet above the surface and no closer than 500 feet to any person, vessel, vehicle, or structure.
C - An altitude of 500 feet above the highest obstacle within a horizontal radius of 1,000 feet.
 
3. Fitness for Flight (1104_93)
To overcome the symptoms of hyperventilation, a pilot should
A - swallow or yawn.
B - slow the breathing rate.
C - increase the breathing rate.
 
4. Weight and Balance (LSP_0607_148)
(Refer to Figure 36 .)
GIVEN:WEIGHTMOMENT
Gyroplane basic weight1,315150.1 (oil included
Pilot weight140?
Passenger weight150?
27 gal fuel162?

The CG is located
A - outside the CG envelope; the maximum gross weight is exceeded.
B - outside the CG envelope; the maximum gross weight and the gross-weight moment are exceeded.
C - within the CG envelope; neither maximum gross weight nor gross-weight moment is exceeded.
 
5. Powerplant (lsp_2345_0607)
The uncontrolled firing of the fuel/air charge in advance of normal spark ignition is known as
A - combustion.
B - pre-ignition.
C - detonation.
 
6. Basic Calculations (1104_101)
Given:
True course 050
True Heading 040
True airspeed 75kts
Groundspeed 65kts
Determine the wind direction and speed.
A - 105° and 16 knots
B - 355° and 16 knots
C - 355° and 10 knots
 
7. AC 91-13, Cold Weather Operation of Aircraft (lsp_2354_0607)
Which is true regarding preheating an aircraft during cold weather operations?
A - The cabin area as well as the engine should be preheated.
B - The cabin area should not be preheated with portable heaters.
C - Hot air should be blown directly at the engine through the air intakes.
 
8. Wake Turbulence (1104_71)
Wingtip vortices created by large aircraft tend to
A - sink below the aircraft generating turbulence.
B - rise into the traffic pattern.
C - rise into the takeoff or landing path of a crossing runway.
 
9. Takeoff and Landing Performance (lsp_2283_0607)
The most critical conditions of takeoff performance are the result of some combination of high gross weight, altitude, temperature, and
A - unfavorable wind.
B - obstacles surrounding the runway.
C - powerplant systems.
 
10. Effects of Weight (1104_174)
Problems caused by overloading an aircraft include
A - reduced climb rate, excessive structural loads, and shortened cruising range.
B - increased service ceiling, increased angle of climb, and increased cruising speed.
C - slower takeoff speed, increased maneuverability, and shorter takeoff roll.