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Module 2 Question 1 0 out of 0 points The term 'angle of attack' is defined as the angle Answer Selected Answer: between

the wing chord line and the relative wind. Question 2 0 out of 0 points The purpose of aircraft wing dihedral angle is to Answer Selected Answer: increase longitudinal stability. Question 3 0 out of 0 points The resistance, or skin friction, due to the viscosity of the air as it passes along the surface of a wing is called Answer Selected Answer: form drag. Question 4 0 out of 0 points (Refer to figure 1 below) The acute angle A is the angle of

Answer Selected Answer: attack. Question 5 0 out of 0 points The angle between the chord line of an airfoil and the relative wind is known as the angle of Answer Selected Answer: attack. Question 6 0 out of 0 points The three axes of an aircraft intersect at the Answer Selected Answer: center of gravity.

Question 7 0 out of 0 points Which statement relates to Bernoulli's principle? Answer Selected Answer: Air traveling faster over the curved upper surface of an airfoil causes lower pressure on the top surface. Question 8 0 out of 0 points When are the four forces that act on an airplane in equilibrium? Answer Selected Answer: During unaccelerated flight. Question 9 0 out of 0 points If the aircraft's nose initially tends to return to its original position after the elevator control is pressed forward and released, the aircraft displays Answer Selected Answer: positive static stability. Question 10 0 out of 0 points The angle of attack of a wing directly controls the

Answer Selected Answer: distribution of positive and negative pressure acting on the wing. Question 11 0 out of 0 points The reason for variations in geometric pitch (twisting) along a propeller blade is that it Answer Selected Answer:

prevents the portion of the blade near the hub to stall during cruising flight.

Question 12 0 out of 0 points The need to slow an aircraft below VA is brought about by the following weather phenomenon: Answer Selected Answer: Turbulence which causes an increase in stall speed. Question 13 0 out of 0 points Propeller slip is the difference between the Answer Selected Answer: geometric pitch and the effective pitch of the propeller. Question 14

0 out of 0 points The tendency of an aircraft to develop forces which restore it to its original condition, when disturbed from a condition of steady flight, is known as Answer Selected Answer: stability. Question 15 0 out of 0 points Which action will result in a stall? Answer Selected Answer: Exceeding the critical angle of attack. Question 16 0 out of 0 points As a result of gyroscopic precession, it can be said that any Answer Selected Answer: yawing around the vertical axis results in a pitching moment. Question 17 0 out of 0 points Why does increasing speed also increase lift? Answer Selected

Answer:

The increased impact of the relative wind on an airfoil's lower surface creates a greater amount of air being deflected downward.

Question 18 0 out of 0 points The angle of attack at which an airplane wing stalls will Answer Selected Answer: remain the same regardless of gross weight. Question 19 0 out of 0 points Lift produced by an airfoil is the net force developed perpendicular to the Answer Selected Answer: chord. Question 20 0 out of 0 points The tendency of an aircraft to develop forces that further remove the aircraft from its original position, when disturbed from a condition of steady flight, is known as Answer Selected Answer: static instability. Question 21 0 out of 0 points

If an increase in power tends to make the nose of an airplane rise, this is the result of the Answer Selected Answer: center of lift being ahead of the center of gravity. Question 22 0 out of 0 points Changes in the center of pressure of a wing affect the aircraft's Answer Selected Answer: aerodynamic balance and controllability. Question 23 0 out of 0 points Lift on a wing is most properly defined as the Answer Selected Answer: differential pressure acting perpendicular to the chord of the wing. Question 24 0 out of 0 points What causes an airplane (except a T-tail) to pitch nose down when power is reduced and controls are not adjusted? Answer Selected Answer: The downwash on the elevators from the propeller slipstream is reduced and

elevator effectiveness is reduced. Question 25 0 out of 0 points As altitude increases, the indicated airspeed at which a given airplane stalls in a particular configuration will Answer Selected Answer: remain the same regardless of altitude. Question 26 0 out of 0 points What is the relationship of lift, drag, thrust, and weight when the airplane is in straight-andlevel flight? Answer Selected Answer: Lift equals weight and thrust equals drag. Question 27 0 out of 0 points During a steady climb, the angle of climb depends on Answer Selected Answer: power available Question 28 0 out of 0 points

What is the relationship of lift, drag, thrust, and weight when the airplane is in straight-andlevel flight? Answer Selected Answer: Lift equals weight and thrust equals drag. Question 29 0 out of 0 points Load factor is the lift generated by the wings of an aircraft at any given time Answer Selected Answer: divided by the total weight of the aircraft. Question 30 0 out of 0 points The capability of an aircraft to respond to a pilot's inputs, especially with regard to flight path and attitude, is Answer Selected Answer: controllability. Question 31 0 out of 0 points An airplane said to be inherently stable will Answer Selected Answer:

require less effort to control. Question 32 0 out of 0 points An airplane would have a tendency to nose up and have an inherent tendency to enter a stalled condition when the center of pressure is Answer Selected Answer: forward of the center of gravity. Question 33 0 out of 0 points An airplane said to be inherently stable will Answer Selected Answer: require less effort to control. Question 34 0 out of 0 points What force makes an airplane turn? Answer Selected Answer: The horizontal component of lift. Question 35 0 out of 0 points During the transition from straight-and-level flight to a climb, the angle of attack is increased

and lift Answer Selected Answer: is momentarily increased. Question 36 0 out of 0 points The four forces acting on an airplane in flight are Answer Selected Answer: lift, weight, thrust, and drag. Question 37 0 out of 0 points A propeller rotating clockwise, as seen from the rear, creates a spiraling slipstream that tends to rotate the aircraft to the Answer Selected Answer: left around the vertical axis, and to the right around the longitudinal axis. Question 38 0 out of 0 points As airspeed decreases in level flight below that speed for maximum lift/drag ratio, total drag of an airplane Answer Selected Answer:

increases because of increased induced drag. Question 39 0 out of 0 points If the aircraft's nose remains in the new position after the elevator control is pressed forward and released, the aircraft displays Answer Selected Answer: neutral static stability. Question 40 0 out of 0 points What effect, if any, does high humidity have on aircraft performance? Answer Selected Answer: It decreases performance. Question 41 0 out of 0 points If severe turbulence is encountered, the aircraft's airspeed should be reduced to Answer Selected Answer: maneuvering speed. Question 42 0 out of 0 points Maximum gliding distance of an aircraft is obtained when

Answer Selected Answer: induced drag equals the coefficient of lift. Question 43 0 out of 0 points An aircraft wing is designed to produce lift resulting from Answer Selected Answer:

positive air pressure below the wing's surface and negative air pressure above the wing's surface.

Question 44 0 out of 0 points What must a pilot be aware of as a result of ground effect? Answer Selected Answer: Induced drag decreases; therefore, any excess speed at the point of flare may cause considerable floating. Question 45 0 out of 0 points The direct cause of every stall is excessive Answer Selected Answer: angle of attack. Question 46

0 out of 0 points (Refer to figure 17 below) A positive load factor of 4 at 140 knots would cause the airplane to

Answer Selected Answer: be subjected to structural damage. Question 47 0 out of 0 points The use of a slot in the leading edge of the wing enables an airplane to land at a slower speed because it Answer Selected Answer: changes the camber of the wing. Question 48 0 out of 0 points

An airplane has a normal stalling speed of 60 knots but is forced into an accelerated stall at twice that speed. What maximum load factor will result from this maneuver? Answer Selected Answer: 2 G's. Question 49 0 out of 0 points (Refer to figure 2 below) If an airplane weighs 2,300 pounds, what approximate weight would the airplane structure be required to support during a 60 banked turn while maintaining altitude?

Answer Selected Answer: 4,600 pounds. Question 50 0 out of 0 points

Which is the best technique for minimizing the wing-load factor when flying in severe turbulence? Answer Selected Answer: Set power and trim to obtain an airspeed at or below maneuvering speed, maintain wings level, and accept variations of airspeed and altitude. Question 51 0 out of 0 points (Refer to figure 18 below) A 70 percent increase in stalling speed would imply a bank angle of

Answer Selected Answer: 83.

Question 52 0 out of 0 points While holding the angle of bank constant in a level turn, if the rate of turn is varied the load factor would Answer Selected Answer:

vary depending upon speed and air density provided the resultant lift vector varies proportionately.

Question 53 0 out of 0 points What determines the longitudinal stability of an airplane? Answer Selected Answer: The effectiveness of the horizontal stabilizer, rudder, and rudder trim tab. Question 54 0 out of 0 points As airspeed increases in level flight, total drag of an aircraft becomes greater than the total drag produced at the maximum lift/drag speed because of the Answer Selected Answer: increase in parasite drag. Question 55 0 out of 0 points Baggage weighing 90 pounds is placed in a normal category airplane's baggage compartment which is placarded at 100 pounds. If this airplane is subjected to a positive load factor of 3.5 G's,

the total load of the baggage would be Answer Selected Answer: 315 pounds and would be excessive. Question 56 0 out of 0 points (Refer to figure 68 below) The horizontal dashed line from point C to point E represents the

Answer Selected Answer: positive limit load factor. Question 57 0 out of 0 points (Refer to figure 18 below) What is the stall speed of an airplane under a load factor of 4 if the

unaccelerated stall speed is 70 knots?

Answer Selected Answer: 91 knots. Question 58 0 out of 0 points During an approach to a stall, an increased load factor will cause the airplane to Answer Selected Answer: stall at a higher airspeed. Question 59 0 out of 0 points

(Refer to figure 25 below) What would be the indicated stall speed in a 60 banked turn with the gear and flaps up?

Answer Selected Answer: Question 60 0 out of 0 points In what flight condition is torque effect the greatest in a single-engine airplane? Answer Selected Answer: [None Given] [None Given]

Question 61 0 out of 0 points The left turning tendency of an airplane caused by P-factor is the result of the Answer Selected Answer: Question 62 0 out of 0 points When does P-factor cause the airplane to yaw to the left? Answer Selected Answer: Question 63 0 out of 0 points (Refer to figure 20 below) At the airspeed represented by point A, in steady flight, the aircraft will [None Given] [None Given]

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Selected Answer: Question 64 0 out of 0 points

[None Given]

Which basic flight maneuver increases the load factor on an airplane as compared to straightand-level flight? Answer Selected Answer: Question 65 0 out of 0 points (Refer to figure 19 below) At which angle of attack does the airplane travel the maximum horizontal distance per foot of altitude lost? [None Given]

Answer Selected Answer: Question 66 0 out of 0 points The angle of attack at which an airfoil stalls will Answer Selected Answer: [None Given] [None Given]

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Module 6 Question 1 0 out of 0 points In regard to a safety culture, a "just culture" means Answer Selected Answer: the willingness of employees to contribute to the organization's knowledge base Question 2 0 out of 0 points In regard to a safety culture, a "reporting culture" means Answer Selected Answer:

information in reports, audits, and investigations is used to improve the system

Question 3 0 out of 0 points Which of the following is the LEAST effective way to control a hazard? Answer

Selected Answer: Train people to avoid the hazard or to reduce the risk. Question 4 0 out of 0 points Which of the following is NOT an SMS safety assurance method? Answer Selected Answer: Training new personnel on system safety Question 5 0 out of 0 points The SMS Standard is written as a functional requirements document that stresses Answer Selected Answer: what functions the organization must accomplish Question 6 0 out of 0 points Standard risk analysis should have Answer Selected Answer: likelihood of occurrence and severity of the mishap Question 7 0 out of 0 points

When risk is assessed as unacceptable, Answer Selected Answer: an intervention should be designed to eliminate the hazard Question 8 0 out of 0 points Which of the following is used to ensure that safety control is happening? Answer Selected Answer: Safety policies are established and widely published Question 9 0 out of 0 points In regard to a safety culture, a "learning culture" means Answer Selected Answer:

information in reports, audits, and investigations is used to improve the system

Question 10 0 out of 0 points In an aircraft manufacturing or maintenance operation, who is primarily responsible for safety management? Answer Selected Answer:

The top management Question 11 0 out of 0 points The primary purpose of the safety assurance process is to Answer Selected Answer: assess the continued effectiveness of risk controls Question 12 0 out of 0 points In a lab, a toxic and effective solvent is used to clean grease from an aircraft component. Which of the following is the MOST effective way to control this hazard? Answer Selected Answer: Train personnel to fully ventilate the lab when the solvent is used Question 13 0 out of 0 points A risk unintentionally created as a consequence of safety risk controls is Answer Selected Answer: substitute risk Question 14 0 out of 0 points A near miss episode with minor consequences that could have resulted in greater loss is a(n)

Answer Selected Answer: incident Question 15 0 out of 0 points An unplanned event that results in death, injury, or loss of equipment is a(n) Answer Selected Answer: accident Question 16 0 out of 0 points A scheduled, formal review conducted by the organization being reviewed is Answer Selected Answer: an internal audit Question 17 0 out of 0 points An action to eliminate or mitigate the cause or reduce the effects of an undesirable situation is Answer Selected Answer: preventive action Question 18 0 out of 0 points

Concerning production in aviation systems, Answer Selected Answer: the operator and the oversight organization must know both the operation and the safety hazards and risks Question 19 0 out of 0 points Who is primarily responsible for safety management (Protection)? Answer Selected Answer: The aviation service provider Question 20 0 out of 0 points If an organization is to remain financially viable while controlling safety risk, operations systems (Production) and safety systems (Protection) must be operated Answer Selected Answer: in harmony by a coordinated management function Question 21 0 out of 0 points In a systems safety environment, how many safety management systems should exist? Answer Selected Answer:

Two - The FAA's and the Operators Safety Management Systems Question 22 0 out of 0 points The primary function of FAA oversight is to Answer Selected Answer: control safety risks Question 23 0 out of 0 points Which of the following is NOT an oversight responsibility of the FAA? Answer Selected Answer: Audit of operational budgets Question 24 0 out of 0 points Which of the following is NOT a voluntary safety program? Answer Selected Answer: Hazardous Material Reporting (HAZMAT) Question 25 0 out of 0 points Which of the following is NOT TRUE about Advisory Circular 120-92, "Introduction to Safety Management Systems for Air Operators"?

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It covers the mandatory requirements for developing and implementing an SMS

Question 26 0 out of 0 points Which of the following is TRUE about Advisory Circular 120-92, "Introduction to Safety Management Systems for Air Operators"? Answer Selected Answer: It is mandatory for airlines, air taxi operators, corporate flight departments, and pilot schools Question 27 0 out of 0 points A company should be willing to invest in an SMS that could Answer Selected Answer: provide a system to control risk in operations Question 28 0 out of 0 points A good safety management system should have Answer Selected Answer: A safety reporting culture where members are willing to contribute to the

organization's knowledge base Question 29 0 out of 0 points In a Systems Approach to safety management, safety outcomes are desired from: Answer Selected Answer: All of the above Question 30 0 out of 0 points In a United States' airline, safety management is quality management shared by Answer Selected Answer: The Airline Pilot's Association (ALPA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Question 31 0 out of 0 points Safety Management Systems are most effective when Answer Selected Answer: they include business operations and government oversight Question 32 0 out of 0 points Which of the following is the BEST evidence of a good Safety Culture in a company?

Answer Selected Answer: An effective employee safety reporting system Question 33 0 out of 0 points Title: M6-LOB6-2CO In an airline, safety is maintained by procedures which are contained in Answer Selected Answer: Checklists Question 34 0 out of 0 points In an airline, responsibility and authority is maintained by Answer Selected Answer: Job descriptions Question 35 0 out of 0 points In the Air Transportation Oversight System (ATOS), depicted below, which are considered management functions?

Answer Selected Answer: Plan and Check