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Question: 3247 Subject Code: H312
If the pitot tube and outside static vents become clogged, which instruments would be affected?
A) The altimeter, airspeed indicator, and vertical speed indicator.
B) The altimeter, airspeed indicator, and turn-and-slip indicator.
C) The altimeter, attitude indicator, and turn-and-slip indicator.

Question: 3248 Subject Code: H312
Which instrument will become inoperative if the pitot tube becomes clogged?
A) Vertical speed.
B) Altimeter.
C) Airspeed.

Question: 3249 Subject Code: H312
Which instrument(s) will become inoperative if the static vents become clogged?
A) Airspeed, altimeter, and vertical speed.
B) Altimeter only.
C) Airspeed only.

Question: 3250 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 3.) Altimeter 1 indicates
A) 10,500 feet.
B) 500 feet.
C) 1,500 feet.

Question: 3251 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 3.) Altimeter 2 indicates
A) 1,500 feet.
B) 4,500 feet.
C) 14,500 feet.

Question: 3252 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 3.) Altimeter 3 indicates
A) 10,950 feet.
B) 15,940 feet.
C) 9,500 feet.

Question: 3253 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 3.) Which altimeter(s) indicate(s) more than 10,000 feet?
A) 1 and 2 only.
B) 1 only.
C) 1, 2, and 3.

Question: 3254 Subject Code: H312
Altimeter setting is the value to which the barometric pressure scale of the altimeter is set so the altimeter indicates
A) calibrated altitude at field elevation.
B) true altitude at field elevation.
C) absolute altitude at field elevation.

Question: 3255 Subject Code: H312
How do variations in temperature affect the altimeter?
A) Higher temperatures expand the pressure levels and the indicated altitude is higher than true altitude.
B) Lower temperatures lower the pressure levels and the indicated altitude is lower than true altitude.
C) Pressure levels are raised on warm days and the indicated altitude is lower than true altitude.

Question: 3256 Subject Code: H312
What is true altitude?
A) The height above the standard datum plane.
B) The vertical distance of the aircraft above the surface.
C) The vertical distance of the aircraft above sea level.

Question: 3257 Subject Code: H312
What is absolute altitude?
A) The vertical distance of the aircraft above the surface.
B) The altitude read directly from the altimeter.
C) The height above the standard datum plane.

Question: 3258 Subject Code: H312
What is density altitude?
A) The height above the standard datum plane.
B) The pressure altitude corrected for nonstandard temperature.
C) The altitude read directly from the altimeter.

Question: 3259 Subject Code: H312
What is pressure altitude?
A) The indicated altitude corrected for position and installation error.
B) The indicated altitude corrected for nonstandard temperature and pressure.
C) The altitude indicated when the barometric pressure scale is set to 29.92.

Question: 3260 Subject Code: H312
Under what condition is indicated altitude the same as true altitude?
A) If the altimeter has no mechanical error.
B) When at sea level under standard conditions.
C) When at 18,000 feet MSL with the altimeter set at 29.92.

Question: 3261 Subject Code: H312
If it is necessary to set the altimeter from 29.15 to 29.85, what change occurs?
A) 70-foot increase in density altitude.
B) 70-foot increase in indicated altitude.
C) 700-foot increase in indicated altitude.

Question: 3262 Subject Code: H312
The pitot system provides impact pressure for which instrument?
A) Airspeed indicator.
B) Altimeter.
C) Vertical-speed indicator.

Question: 3263 Subject Code: H312
As altitude increases, the indicated airspeed at which a given airplane stalls in a particular configuration will
A) decrease as the true airspeed decreases.
B) decrease as the true airspeed increases.
C) remain the same regardless of altitude.

Question: 3264 Subject Code: H312
What does the red line on an airspeed indicator represent?
A) Never-exceed speed.
B) Maneuvering speed.
C) Turbulent or rough-air speed.

Question: 3265 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 4.) What is the full flap operating range for the airplane?
A) 60 to 208 MPH.
B) 65 to 165 MPH.
C) 60 to 100 MPH.

Question: 3266 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 4.) What is the caution range of the airplane?
A) 100 to 165 MPH.
B) 0 to 60 MPH.
C) 165 to 208 MPH.

Question: 3267 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 4.) The maximum speed at which the airplane can be operated in smooth air is
A) 100 MPH.
B) 208 MPH.
C) 165 MPH.

Question: 3268 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 4.) Which color identifies the never-exceed speed?
A) Lower limit of the yellow arc.
B) The red radial line.
C) Upper limit of the white arc.

Question: 3269 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 4.) Which color identifies the power-off stalling speed in a specified configuration?
A) Upper limit of the white arc.
B) Lower limit of the green arc.
C) Upper limit of the green arc.

Question: 3270 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 4.) What is the maximum flaps-extended speed?
A) 65 MPH.
B) 100 MPH.
C) 165 MPH.

Question: 3271 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 4.) Which color identifies the normal flap operating range?
A) The lower limit of the white arc to the upper limit of the green arc.
B) The green arc.
C) The white arc.

Question: 3272 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 4.) Which color identifies the power-off stalling speed with wing flaps and landing gear in the landing configuration?
A) Upper limit of the white arc.
B) Upper limit of the green arc.
C) Lower limit of the white arc.

Question: 3273 Subject Code: H312
(Refer to figure 4.) What is the maximum structural cruising speed?
A) 100 MPH.
B) 208 MPH.
C) 165 MPH.

Question: 3274 Subject Code: H312
What is an important airspeed limitation that is not color coded on airspeed indicators?
A) Never-exceed speed.
B) Maximum structural cruising speed.
C) Maneuvering speed.

Question: 3275 Subject Code: H313
(Refer to figure 5.) A turn coordinator provides an indication of the
A) movement of the aircraft about the yaw and roll axes.
B) attitude of the aircraft with reference to the longitudinal axis.
C) angle of bank up to but not exceeding 30°.

Question: 3276 Subject Code: H313
(Refer to figure 6.) To receive accurate indications during flight from a heading indicator, the instrument must be
A) periodically realigned with the magnetic compass as the gyro precesses.
B) set prior to flight on a known heading.
C) calibrated on a compass rose at regular intervals.

Question: 3277 Subject Code: H313
(Refer to figure 7.) The proper adjustment to make on the attitude indicator during level flight is to align the
A) miniature airplane to the horizon bar.
B) horizon bar to the level-flight indication.
C) horizon bar to the miniature airplane.

Question: 3278 Subject Code: H313
(Refer to figure 7.) How should a pilot determine the direction of bank from an attitude indicator such as the one illustrated?
A) By the direction of deflection of the horizon bar (B).
B) By the direction of deflection of the banking scale (A).
C) By the relationship of the miniature airplane (C) to the deflected horizon bar (B).

Question: 3289 Subject Code: H312
If the outside air temperature (OAT) at a given altitude is warmer than standard, the density altitude is
A) higher than pressure altitude.
B) lower than pressure altitude.
C) equal to pressure altitude.

Question: 3656 Subject Code: H309
What should be the first action after starting an aircraft engine?
A) Place the magneto or ignition switch momentarily in the OFF position to check for proper grounding.
B) Adjust for proper RPM and check for desired indications on the engine gauges.
C) Test each brake and the parking brake.

Question: 3657 Subject Code: H309
Should it become necessary to handprop an airplane engine, it is extremely important that a competent pilot
A) be at the controls in the cockpit.
B) be in the cockpit and call out all commands.
C) call "contact'' before touching the propeller.
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