FAA Cross-Country Planning Test 2

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Magnetic course is

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How fast are you flying if you travel 2 miles in 1 minute?

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How fast are you flying if you travel 18 miles in 8 minutes?

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How fast are you flying if you travel 3 miles in 2 minutes?

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How long will it take you to fly 300 miles at 120 miles per hour

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True course is

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On the calculator side of the flight computer, distance in miles is always found on which scale?

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On the calculator side of the flight computer, time is always found on which scale(s)?

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When solving a wind problem on the wind side of the flight computer, the first information to enter on the wind side is

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When using a navigation plotter, it is important to note that

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On a cross-country flight, point A is crossed at 1500 hours and the plan is to reach point B at 1530 hours. Use the following information to determine the indicated airspeed required to reach point B on schedule.

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Typical scales on the navigation plotter are

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How far will you travel if you fly at 110 miles per hour for 11 minutes?

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Magnetic heading is

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How far will an aircraft travel in 7.5 minutes with a ground speed of 114 knots?

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How many gallons per hour are you using if you use 36 gallons in 4 hours and 30 minutes?

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If you are using fuel at the rate of 8 gallons per hour, how many gallons will you use in 3 hours and 30 minutes?

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Once you have determined magnetic heading, compass heading is found by applying

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How far will you travel if you fly at 100 miles per hour for 2 hours and 30 minutes?

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A basic rule to remember when using the calculator side of the flight computer is

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True airspeed is

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Which equation is correct?

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A basic rule to remember when using the calculator side of the flight computer is

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The wind side of the flight computer is used to determine

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