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Question: 3661 Subject Code: H316
Which items are included in the empty weight of an aircraft?
A) Only the airframe, powerplant, and optional equipment.
B) Full fuel tanks and engine oil to capacity.
C) Unusable fuel and undrainable oil.

Question: 3662 Subject Code: H316
An aircraft is loaded 110 pounds over maximum certificated gross weight. If fuel (gasoline) is drained to bring the aircraft weight within limits, how much fuel should be drained?
A) 16.2 gallons.
B) 18.4 gallons.
C) 15.7 gallons.

Question: 3663 Subject Code: H316
If an aircraft is loaded 90 pounds over maximum certificated gross weight and fuel (gasoline) is drained to bring the aircraft weight within limits, how much fuel should be drained?
A) 15 gallons.
B) 12 gallons.
C) 10 gallons.

Question: 3664 Subject Code: H316
GIVEN:

WEIGHT ARM MOMENT
(LB) (IN) (LB-IN)
Empty weight 1,495.0 101.4 151,593.0
Pilot and passengers 380.0 64.0 --
Fuel (30 gal usable -- 96.0 --
no reserve)
The CG is located how far aft of datum?
A) CG 94.01.
B) CG 119.8.
C) CG 92.44.
Question: 3665 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figures 33 and 34.) Determine if the airplane weight and balance is within limits.

Front seat occupants 340 lb
Rear seat occupants 295 lb
Fuel (main wing tanks) 44 gal
Baggage 56 lb

A) 20 pounds overweight, CG within limits.
B) 20 pounds overweight, CG aft of aft limits.
C) 20 pounds overweight, CG forward of forward limits.
Question: 3666 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figures 33 and 34.) What is the maximum amount of baggage that can be carried when the airplane is loaded as follows?

Front seat occupants...... 387 lb
Rear seat occupants....... 293 lb
Fuel....... 35 gal

A) 45 pounds.
B) 63 pounds.
C) 220 pounds.
Question: 3667 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figures 33 and 34.) Calculate the weight and balance and determine if the CG and the weight of the airplane are within limits.

Front seat occupants...... 350 lb
Rear seat occupants....... 325 lb
Baggage....... 27 lb
Fuel..... 35 gal

A) CG 81.7, out of limits forward.
B) CG 84.1, within limits.
C) CG 83.4, within limits.
Question: 3668 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figures 33 and 34.) Determine if the airplane weight and balance is within limits.

Front seat occupants... 415 lb
Rear seat occupants.... 110 lb
Fuel, main tanks....... 44 gal
Fuel, aux. tanks....... 19 gal
Baggage................ 32 lb

A) 19 pounds overweight, CG within limits.
B) Weight within limits, CG out of limits.
C) 19 pounds overweight, CG out of limits forward.
Question: 3669 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figure 35.) What is the maximum amount of baggage that may be loaded aboard the airplane for the CG to remain within the moment envelope?

WEIGHT (LB) MOM/1000
Empty weight 1,350 51.5
Pilot and front passenger 250 ---
Rear passengers 400 ---
Baggage --- ---
Fuel, 30 gal --- ---
Oil, 8 qt --- -0.2

A) 110 pounds.
B) 120 pounds.
C) 105 pounds.
Question: 3670 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figure 35.) Calculate the moment of the airplane and determine which category is applicable.

WEIGHT (LB) MOM/1000
Empty weight 1,350 51.5
Pilot and front passenger 310 ---
Rear passengers 96 ---
Fuel, 38 gal --- ---
Oil, 8 qt --- -0.2

A) 80.8, utility category.
B) 79.2, utility category.
C) 81.2, normal category.
Question: 3671 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figure 35.) What is the maximum amount of fuel that may be aboard the airplane on takeoff if loaded as follows?

WEIGHT (LB) MOM/1000
Empty weight 1,350 51.5
Pilot and front passenger 340 ---
Rear passengers 310 ---
Baggage 45 ---
Oil, 8 qt --- ---

A) 32 gallons.
B) 40 gallons.
C) 24 gallons.
Question: 3672 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figure 35.) Determine the moment with the following data:

WEIGHT (LB) MOM/1000
Empty weight 1,350 51.5
Pilot and front passenger 340 ---
Fuel (std tanks) Capacity ---
Oil, 8 qt --- ---

A) 74.9 pound-inches.
B) 69.9 pound-inches.
C) 77.6 pound-inches.
Question: 3673 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figure 35.) Determine the aircraft loaded moment and the aircraft category.

WEIGHT (LB) MOM/1000
Empty weight 1,350 51.5
Pilot and front passenger 380 ---
Fuel, 48 gal 288 ---
Oil, 8 qt --- ---

A) 78.2, normal category.
B) 79.2, normal category.
C) 80.4, utility category.
Question: 3674 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figures 33 and 34.) Upon landing, the front passenger (180 pounds) departs the airplane. A rear passenger (204 pounds) moves to the front passenger position. What effect does this have on the CG if the airplane weighed 2,690 pounds and the MOM/100 was 2,260 just prior to the passenger transfer?
A) The CG moves forward approximately 0.1 inch.
B) The CG moves forward approximately 3 inches.
C) The weight changes, but the CG is not affected.

Question: 3675 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figures 33 and 34.) Which action can adjust the airplane's weight to maximum gross weight and the CG within limits for takeoff?

Front seat occupants..... 425 lb
Rear seat occupants ..... 300 lb
Fuel, main tanks......... 44 gal

A) Transfer 12 gallons of fuel from the main tanks to the auxiliary tanks.
B) Drain 9 gallons of fuel.
C) Drain 12 gallons of fuel.
Question: 3676 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figures 33 and 34.) What effect does a 35-gallon fuel burn (main tanks) have on the weight and balance if the airplane weighed 2,890 pounds and the MOM/100 was 2,452 at takeoff?
A) Weight is reduced to 2,680 pounds and the CG moves forward.
B) Weight is reduced by 210 pounds and the CG is unaffected.
C) Weight is reduced by 210 pounds and the CG is aft of limits.

Question: 3677 Subject Code: H316
(Refer to figures 33 and 34.) With the airplane loaded as follows, what action can be taken to balance the airplane?

Front seat occupants..... 411 lb
Rear seat occupants...... 100 lb
Main wing tanks.......... 44 gal

A) Add a 100-pound weight to the baggage compartment.
B) Fill the auxiliary wing tanks.
C) Transfer 10 gallons of fuel from the main tanks to the auxiliary tanks.
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