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1. Landings (lsp_2296_0607)
When landing a free balloon, what should the occupants do to minimize landing shock?
A - Be seated on the floor of the basket.
B - Stand with knees slightly bent, in the center of the gondola, facing the direction of movement.
C - Stand back-to-back and hold onto the load ring.
2. Airport Marking Aids and Signs (02_2206)
Which publication contains an explanation of airport signs and markings?
A - Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM).
B - Advisory Circulars (AC).
C - Airport Facility Directory (A/FD).
3. 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.
4. The Decision Making Process (1104_73)
A series of judgmental errors which can lead to a human factors-related accident is sometimes referred to as the
A - error chain.
B - course of action.
C - DECIDE model.
5. Airframe (lsp_7155)
During flight, advancing thrust will
A - increase airspeed.
B - cause the aircraft to climb.
C - cause the aircraft to increase airspeed and climb.
6. Airport Marking Aids and Signs (lsp_2218)
The taxiway ending marker
A - indicates taxiway does not continue
B - identifies area where aircraft are prohibited
C - provides general taxiing direction to named taxiway
7. 4 cycle and 2 cycle Engines (lsp_7139)
In order to improve engine efficiency, two-cycle engine exhaust systems are tuned to
A - close the exhast valve to stop the fuel mixture from exiting the cylinder.
B - stop the fuel mixture from exiting the cylinder before cumbustion.
C - use a reed valve to stop the fuel mixture from exiting the cylinder.
8. 4 cycle vs 2 cycle (lsp_2249)
The first indication of carburetor ice in an aircraft with a four-cycle engine and fixed pitch propeller is
A - an increase in RPM
B - a decrease in RPM
C - a decrease in oil pressure
9. 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.
10. Airport Marking Aids and Signs (1104_23)
(Refer to Figure 63 .) The arrows that appear on the end of the north/south runway indicate that the area
A - may be used only for taxiing.
B - is usable for taxiing, takeoff, and landing.
C - cannot be used for landing, but may be used for taxiing and takeoff.