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1. General (1104_127)
A pilot convicted for the violation of any Federal or State statute relating to the process, manufacture, transportation, distribution, or sale of narcotic drugs is grounds for
A - a written report to be filed with the FAA Civil Aviation Security Division (AMC-700) not later than 60 days after the conviction.
B - notification of this conviction to the FAA Civil Aeromedical Institute (CAMI) within 60 days after the conviction.
C - suspension or revocation of any certificate, rating, or authorization issued under 14 CFR part 61
2. Flight Rules General (1104_133)
No person may operate an aircraft in formation flight
A - over a densely populated area.
B - in Class D airspace.
C - except by prior arrangement with the pilot in command of each aircraft.
3. Arrival Procedures (1104_2)
Entries into traffic patterns while descending create specific collision hazards and
A - should be avoided.
B - should be used whenever possible.
C - are illegal.
4. Ignition Systems (lsp_7137)
A typical two-cycle engine ignition coil is powered by
A - a battery.
B - a battery or an alternator.
C - a magneto.
5. Forces Acting on the Airplane in Flight (lsp_2233)
The direct cause of every stall is excessive
A - angle of attack
B - density altitude
C - upward vertical velocity
6. Airframe (lsp_7158)
The center of gravity tube is
A - lengthened for heavier pilots.
B - shortened for lighter pilots.
C - lenghtened for lighter pilots.
7. Special Use Airspace (1104_57)
(Refer to Figure 56 area 4.) What hazards to aircraft may exist in restricted areas such as R-5302B?
A - Unusual, often invisible, hazards such as aerial gunnery or guided missiles.
B - Military training activities that necessitate acrobatic or abrupt flight maneuvers.
C - High volume of pilot training or an unusual type of aerial activity.
8. Thunderstorms (1104_158)
Thunderstorms which generally produce the most intense hazard to aircraft are
A - squall line thunderstorms.
B - air mass thunderstorms.
C - warm front thunderstorms
9. Visual Flight Rules (0205_17)
The basic VFR weather minimums for operating an aircraft within Class D airspace are
A - 500-foot ceiling and 1 mile visibility.
B - 1,000-foot ceiling and 3 miles visibility.
C - clear of clouds and 2 miles visibility.
10. Effects of Flight Controls (lsp_2347_0607)
One of the functions of the wing's crosstube is to
A - hold the wings open.
B - provide surface to grip and control the aircraft.
C - provide an attachment point for the carriage.