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Sport Pilot Quiz

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1. Sectional Chart (1104_50)
(Refer to Figure 70 , point 1) What minimum altitude is required to avoid the Livermore Airport (LVK) Class D airspace?
A - 2,503 feet MSL.
B - 2,901 feet MSL.
C - 3,297 feet MSL.
2. Balloon Operations (lsp_2292_0607)
While in flight, ice begins forming on the outside of the fuel tank in use. This would most likely be caused by
A - water in the fuel.
B - a leak in the fuel line.
C - vaporized fuel instead of liquid fuel being drawn from the tank into the main burner.
3. Equipment Instrument and Certificate Requirements (lsp_2232)
The pilot in command is responsible for ensuring that each person on board applicable US registered aircraft is briefed and instructed on how and when to
A - fasten and unfasten their seat belt and shoulder harness
B - adjust their seat
C - operate the fire extinguisher
4. Effects of Flight Controls (lsp_7151)
On some trikes, the hang point is part of
A - a variable trim arrangement that allows the pilot to adjust the aircraft center of gravity during flight to obtain the most favorable aircraft performance.
B - an adjustable trim arrangement that allows the pilot to adjust the aircraft center of gravity during flight to obtain the most favorable aircraft performance.
C - an adjustable trim arrangement that allows the center of gravity to shift fore and aft along the wing`s keel.
5. Collision Avoidance (1104_64)
To scan properly for traffic, a pilot should
A - slowly sweep the field of vision from one side to the other at intervals.
B - concentrate on any peripheral movement detected.
C - use a series of short, regularly spaced eye movements that bring successive areas of the sky into the central visual field.
6. AC 60-22, Aeronautical Decision Making (1104_84)
Risk management, as part of the Aeronautical Decision Making (ADM) process, relies on which features to reduce the risks associated with each flight?
A - The mental process of analyzing all information in a particular situation and making a timely decision on what action to take.
B - Situational awareness, problem recognition, and good judgment.
C - Application of stress management and risk element procedures
7. Thunderstorms (1104_173)
Thunderstorms reach their greatest intensity during the
A - mature stage.
B - downdraft stage.
C - cumulus stage
8. Balloon Operations (lsp_2288_0607)
How should a balloon fuel system be checked for leaks prior to flight?
A - Listen and smell.
B - Check all connections with a lighted match.
C - Cover all connections and tubing with soapy water.
9. Effect of Wind (1104_103)
Motion of the air affects the speed with which aircraft move
A - over the Earth`s surface.
B - through the air.
C - in a turn.
10. 4 cycle vs 2 cycle (lsp_2248)
Fuel enters a two-cycle engine through an
A - intake port and intake valve
B - intake port and reed valve
C - intake valve and reed valve