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What is the pilot in command's responsibility when flying a propeller aircraft within 20miles of the airport of intended landing and ATC requests the pilot to reduce speed to 160?(Pilot complies with speed adjustment.)Reduce TAS to 160 knots and maintain until advised by ATC.Reduce IAS to 160 knots and maintain that speed within 10 knots.Reduce IAS to 160 MPH and maintain until advised by ATC.(Refer to Figure 7.)In area 5, what does the symbol next to the 5 represent?Height of the jet stream (53,000 ft. MSL).Maximum height of CAT (FL530).Height of the tropopause.The fuel requirements for flight in IFR conditions states that you must have enough fuel tofly to destination, your alternate, and have a reserve of:30 minutes.45 minutes.15 minutes.Winds at 5,000 feet AGL on a particular flight are southwesterly while most of the surfacewinds are southerly. This difference in direction is primarily due toa stronger pressure gradient at higher altitudes.stronger Coriolis force at the surface.friction between the wind and the surface.A certificated commercial pilot who carries passengers for hire at night or in excess of 50NM is required to have at leasta type rating.an instrument rating in the same category and class of aircraft.a first class medical certificate.What indication is presented by the miniature aircraft of the turn coordinator?Indirect indication of the bank attitude.Direct indication of the bank attitude and the quality of the turn.Quality of the turn.(Refer to figure 18)At what altitude does the 24-Hour Low-Level Significant Weather Progforecast the freezing level be at across central Oregon at 06Z?
8,000' MSL.800' MSL.The freezing level is at the surface.(Refer to Figure 78.)You are flying eastbound on V86 between Whitehall and Livingston.What is the minimum crossing altitude for BZN?9,700 feet MSL.8,500 feet MSL.10,200 feet MSL.Operation in which airspace requires filing an IFR flight plan?Any airspace when the visibility is less than 1 mile.Positive control area, Continental Control Area, and all other airspace, if the visibility is lessthan 1 mile.Class E airspace with IMC and class A airspace.(Refer to figure 87 and figure 88.)You are on a heading of West on V222, with the VORindications shown on Figure 88. What is your present position?South of V222 and approaching FALSE intersection.South of V222 and past FALSE intersection.North of V222 and approaching FALSE intersection.You are planning an IFR flight in an airplane with a panel-mounted GPS receiver. Whatverification must be accomplished before this flight takes place?That your phone or EFB has adequate GPS signal so you can use it as a backup in the eventyour panel-mount GPS fails.That the intended route of flight and GPS approach has been saved in the GPS memory, soyou can still use the GPS if a RAIM outage occurs.

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Aviation terminology, Instrument approach, Instrument flight rules, Visual flight rules

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