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52.Which instrument provides the most pertinent information (primary) for bankcontrol in straight-and-level flight?53.Which instrument provides the most pertinent information (primary) for pitchcontrol in straight-and-level flight?54.When airspeed is increased in a turn, what must be done to maintain a constantaltitude?55.What should be the indication on the magnetic compass as you roll into a standard-rate turn to the right from a westerly heading in the Northern Hemisphere?56.Conditions that determine the pitch attitude required to maintain level flight are57.To level off from a descent to a specific altitude, the pilot should lead the level off byapproximately58.For maintaining level flight at constant thrust, which instrument would be the leastappropriate for determining the need for a pitch change?59.(Refer to figure 144.) Which illustration indicates a coordinated turn?60.(Refer to figure 13.) If involved in a microburst encounter, in which aircraftpositions will the most severe downdraft occur?61.(Refer to figure 13.) How will the aircraft in position 4 be affected by a microburstencounter?62.(Refer to figure 64.) The course deviation indicator (CDI) are centered. Whichindications on the No. 1 and No. 2 VOR receivers over the Lafayette RegionalAirport would meet the requirements for the VOR receiver check? VOR TO/FROMVOR TO/FROM No. 1 No. 263.Which of the following is required equipment for operating an aircraft within ClassB airspace?
64.What is the primary bank instrument while transitioning from straight and levelflight to a standard rate turn to the left?65.If a standard-rate turn is maintained, how long would it take to turn 180?66.While cruising at 190 knots, you wish to establish a climb at 160 knots. Whenentering the climb (full panel), it would be proper to make the initial pitch changeby increasing back elevator pressure until the67.Which procedure is recommended while climbing to an assigned altitude on theairway?68.(Refer to figure 92.) What in-flight visibility and distance from clouds is required fora flight at 8,500 feet MSL (above 1,200 feet AGL) in Class G airspace in VFRconditions during daylight hours in area 4?69.No person may operate an aircraft in controlled airspace under IFR unless he/shefiles a flight plan70.(Refer to figure 91.) What are the oxygen requirements for an IFR flight eastboundon V520 from DBS VORTAC in an unpressurized aircraft at the MEA?71.What is the maximum cabin pressure altitude at which a pilot can fly for longerthan 30 minutes without using supplemental oxygen?72.(Refer to figure 93.) Which altitude is the normal upper limit for Class D airspace?73.(Refer to figure 93.) What are the normal lateral limits for Class D airspace?74.(Refer to figure 144.) What changes in control displacement should be made so that'2' would result in a coordinated standard-rate turn?

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

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