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Mark Smith AVS-157 2-14-13 3. Regarding to question 2, what other conditions apply to a pilot's use of oxygen at this altitude (12,500' MSL)?
11. For the aircraft in question 10, if the pilot chose a cruising altitude of 18,000 feet and a cabin altitude of 10,000', the pressurization system (would/ would not) be able to maintain the selected cabin altitude, and it would be operating in (isobaric/ differential) mode. The
My answer was 3 psi. Considering the question asked what the approximate psi would be, I think my answer was close enough to be correct. 13. For the aircraft in question 10, if the pilot chose a cruising altitude of 2,000 feet and a cabin altitude of 10,000', the pressurization system (would/ would not) be able to maintain the selected cabin altitude. Why or why not?
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