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Question: 4802 Subject Code: I02
Without visual aid, a pilot often interprets centrifugal force as a sensation of
A) motion reversal.
B) rising or falling.
C) turning.

Question: 4803 Subject Code: J31
Due to visual illusion, when landing on a narrower than usual runway, the aircraft will appear to be
A) lower than actual, leading to a higher than normal approach.
B) higher than actual, leading to a lower than normal approach.
C) higher than actual, leading to a higher than normal approach.

Question: 4804 Subject Code: J31
What visual illusion creates the same effect as a narrower than usual runway?
A) An upsloping runway.
B) A wider than usual runway.
C) A downsloping runway.

Question: 4805 Subject Code: J31
Abrupt head movement during a prolonged constant rate turn in IMC or simulated instrument conditions can cause
A) elevator illusion.
B) false horizon.
C) pilot disorientation.

Question: 4806 Subject Code: J31
A sloping cloud formation, an obscured horizon, and a dark scene spread with ground lights and stars can create an illusion known as
A) elevator illusions.
B) false horizons.
C) autokinesis.

Question: 4807 Subject Code: J31
An abrupt change from climb to straight-and-level flight can create the illusion of
A) tumbling backwards.
B) a descent with the wings level.
C) a noseup attitude.

Question: 4808 Subject Code: J31
A rapid acceleration during takeoff can create the illusion of
A) spinning in the opposite direction.
B) diving into the ground.
C) being in a noseup attitude.

Question: 4809 Subject Code: J31
Why is hypoxia particularly dangerous during flights with one pilot?
A) Night vision may be so impaired that the pilot cannot see other aircraft.
B) Symptoms of hypoxia may be difficult to recognize before the pilot's reactions are affected.
C) The pilot may not be able to control the aircraft even if using oxygen.

Question: 4810 Subject Code: J31
The sensations which lead to spatial disorientation during instrument flight conditions
A) are frequently encountered by beginning instrument pilots, but never by pilots with moderate instrument experience.
B) must be suppressed and complete reliance placed on the indications of the flight instruments.
C) occur, in most instances, during the initial period of transition from visual to instrument flight.

Question: 4811 Subject Code: J31
How can an instrument pilot best overcome spatial disorientation?
A) Read and interpret the flight instruments, and act accordingly.
B) Use a very rapid cross check.
C) Rely on kinesthetic sense.

Question: 4812 Subject Code: J31
Which statement is correct regarding the use of cockpit lighting for night flight?
A) Coloration shown on maps is least affected by the use of direct red lighting.
B) Reducing the lighting intensity to a minimum level will eliminate blind spots.
C) The use of regular white light, such as a flashlight, will impair night adaptation.

Question: 4813 Subject Code: J31
How can an instrument pilot best overcome spatial disorientation?
A) Avoid banking in excess of 30°.
B) Use a very rapid cross check.
C) Properly interpret the flight instruments and act accordingly.

Question: 4814 Subject Code: J31
A pilot is more subject to spatial disorientation if
A) eyes are moved often in the process of cross checking the flight instruments.
B) body signals are used to interpret flight attitude.
C) kinesthetic senses are ignored.

Question: 4815 Subject Code: J31
Which procedure is recommended to prevent or overcome spatial disorientation?
A) Rely on the kinesthetic sense.
B) Rely on the indications of the flight instruments.
C) Reduce head and eye movements to the extent possible.

Question: 4816 Subject Code: J31
What action should be taken if hyperventilation is suspected?
A) Consciously breathe at a slower rate than normal.
B) Consciously force yourself to take deep breaths and breathe at a faster rate than normal.
C) Breathe at a slower rate by taking very deep breaths.

Question: 4817 Subject Code: J31
Which use of cockpit lighting is correct for night flight?
A) The use of regular white light, such as a flashlight, will not impair night adaptation.
B) Reducing the interior lighting intensity to a minimum level.
C) Coloration shown on maps is least affected by the use of direct red lighting.

Question: 4818 Subject Code: J31
Which technique should a pilot use to scan for traffic to the right and left during straight and level flight?
A) Systematically focus on different segments of the sky for short intervals.
B) Continuous sweeping of the windshield from right to left.
C) Concentrate on relative movement detected in the peripheral vision area.

Question: 4819 Subject Code: J31
What effect does haze have on the ability to see traffic or terrain features during flight?
A) Haze creates the illusion of being a greater distance than actual from the runway, and causes pilots to fly a lower approach.
B) Haze causes the eyes to focus at infinity, making terrain features harder to see.
C) The eyes tend to overwork in haze and do not detect relative movement easily.
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