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Sport Pilot Quiz

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1. Sectional Chart (02_2204)
(Refer to Figure 61 , point 1.) The floor of the Class E airspace above Georgetown Airport (Q61) is at
A - the surface.
B - 700 feet AGL.
C - 3,823 feet MSL.
2. 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
3. AC 00-2, Advisory Circular Checklist (1104_109)
Unless incorporated into a regulation by reference, Advisory Circulars (ACs) are issued to inform the public of nonregulatory material
A - and are not binding.
B - but are binding.
C - and self-cancel after 1 year.
4. 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
5. Fitness for Flight (1104_95)
Large accumulations of carbon monoxide in the human body result in
A - tightness across the forehead.
B - loss of muscular power.
C - an increased sense of well-being.
6. Airframe (lsp_7159)
The fan guard surrounds the propeller and
A - increases aerodynamic efficiency.
B - reduces "P" factor.
C - protects the parachute suspension lines from damage.
7. General (1104_139)
No person may act or attempt to act as a crewmember of a civil aircraft with
A - .08 percent by weight or more alcohol in the blood.
B - .4 percent by weight or more alcohol in the blood.
C - .04 percent by weight or more alcohol in the blood
8. Airport Marking Aids and Signs (1104_25)
'Runway hold position' markings on the taxiway
A - identify areas where aircraft are prohibited.
B - identify where aircraft hold short of the runway.
C - allow an aircraft permission onto the runway.
9. Aircraft Systems (lsp_2333_0607)
An electrical system failure (battery and alternator) occurs during flight. In this situation, you would
A - experience avionics equipment failure.
B - probably experience failure of the engine ignition system, fuel gauges, aircraft lighting system, and avionics equipment.
C - probably experience engine failure due to the loss of the engine-driven fuel pump and also experience failure of the radio equipment, lights, and all instruments that require alternating current.
10. Service Available to Pilots (0205_157)
Which initial action should a pilot take prior to entering Class C airspace?
A - Contact approach control on the appropriate frequency.
B - Contact the tower and request permission to enter.
C - Contact the Flight Service Station (FSS) for traffic advisories.