Question 4 1 1 pts what color is type i deice fluid

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Question 41 / 1 ptsWhat color is Type I deice fluid?Green or BlueCorrect!Orange or PinkAlways ClearPurple or BrownRed or Yellow
Question 51 / 1 ptsWhat color is Type IV fluid?
Question 61 / 1 ptsWhat color are caution lights in large aircraft?
Correct!YellowRedWhiteQuestion 71 / 1 ptsPneumatic boots are considered_____system.
Question 81 / 1 ptsWhy do most turbine powered aircraft prefer to use anti-ice on engine cowlingsinstead of deice?Melting ice drips into the engine and freezes to the compression bladesCorrect!Turbine engines are threatened by ingestion of solid ice chunks breaking off the engine cowlTurbine engine cowlings are not capable of using deice boots because there is no way tosend bleed air to the engine cowlings
Question 91 / 1 ptsLarge jets are commonly equipped with_____, where hot, high pressure bleed air isrouted under the leading edge surfaces to prevent the formation of ice.
Question 101 / 1 ptsWhat kind of ice protection equipment on aircraft is used to remove ice that hasalready accumulated on the aircraft surfaces?
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1 / 1 ptsWhat is a Non-flying pilot (NFP)?
Question 21 / 1 ptsAt what altitude should a flight be stabilized for final approach in VMC?1000 feet height above touchdownCorrect!500 feet height above touchdown500 feet above traffic pattern altitude1000 feet above the airport
Question 31 / 1 ptsWhat is an Abnormal Procedure in a multi-pilot crew?
Question 41 / 1 ptsWhat is the first priority of the Flying Pilot when an emergency situation arises?

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Term
Spring
Professor
BriceN.Williams
Tags
Aviation terminology, Gas turbine

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