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Explanation:By calculating the total weight, it can be found that the aircraft is overweight by 20 lbs. The CGcan be calculated using the total weight and the moments and by referring to the figures indicated in thequestion, it is seen that the aircraft is within the CG limits.36. (Refer to figure 8.) Determine the density altitude for these conditions:Altimeter setting 29.25.Runway temperature +81 degrees F. Airport elevation 5,250 ft MSL.Figure 8
37. After takeoff, which airspeed would the pilot use to gain the most altitude in a given period of time?
38. (Refer to figure 39.) Determine the total distance required to land over a 50-foot obstacle. Pressurealtitude 5,000 ft, headwind 8 kts, temperature 41 degrees F, runway hard surface.Figure 39
1. (Refer to figure 36.) What is the expected fuel consumption for a 500-nautical mile flight under thefollowing conditions? Pressure altitude 4,000 ft, temperature +29 degrees C, manifold pressure 21.3" Hg,wind calm.Figure 36
2. (Refer to figure 8.) Determine the pressure altitude with an indicated altitude of 1,380 feet MSL withan altimeter setting of 28.22 at standard temperature.Figure 8

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Fahrenheit, Celsius, Standard conditions for temperature and pressure