# Cessna 182 Handbook Exam

27 Questions | Total Attempts: 128  Settings  • 1.
Maximum take-off mass is
• A.

1750 lbs (794kg)

• B.

2450 lbs (1111kg)

• C.

2800 lbs (1270kg)

• D.

4000 lbs (1814kg)

• 2.
Service ceiling is
• A.

12 500 feet

• B.

15 900 feet

• C.

18 900 feet

• D.

19 500 feet

• 3.
Empty mass (Standard aircraft)
• A.

1691 lbs (767 kg)

• B.

2100 lbs (953 kg)

• C.

1620 lbs (735kg)

• D.

2303 lbs (1045 kg)

• 4.
Maximum baggage mass
• A.

50 lbs

• B.

100 lbs

• C.

120 lbs

• D.

150 lbs

• 5.
Maximum engine brake horse power at 2600 RPM
• A.

180hp

• B.

200hp

• C.

230hp

• D.

250hp

• 6.
Vr
• A.

55 mph

• B.

60 mph

• C.

65 mph

• D.

67 mph

• 7.
To minimize engine wear manifold pressure and RPM should be reduced after take-off to
• A.

25 " and 2500 RPM

• B.

23” and 2450 RPM

• C.

21" and 2450 RPM

• D.

23" and 2500 RPM

• 8.
Approach speed with full flaps
• A.

70 mph

• B.

80 mph

• C.

85 mph

• D.

90 mph

• 9.
Fuel capasity is
• A.

79 gallons usable and 2 gallons unusable

• B.

79 gallons usable and 1.5 gallons unusable

• C.

77 gallons usable and 1.5 gallons unusable

• D.

77 gallons usable and 2.0 gallons unusable

• 10.
Prolonged uncoordinated flight, such as slips or skids can cause engine stoppage
• A.

If fuel pump is not being operated

• B.

If there is less than 1/4 of fuel in the tanks

• C.

If there is less than 1/3 of fuel in the tanks

• D.

If fuel selector should be selected for either left or right tank

• 11.
Which is correct regarding the fuel system
• A.

Fuel from each wing taken is drawn by aid of fuel pump to a selector valve. From there it flows through a fuel strainer and carburetor to the engine manifold.

• B.

Fuel from each wing taken flows by gravity to a fuel strainer. From there it flows through a selector valve and carburetor to the engine induction system.

• C.

Fuel from each wing taken flows by gravity to a selector valve. From there it flows through a fuel strainer and carburetor to the engine manifold.

• D.

Fuel from each wing taken flows by gravity to a selector valve. From there it flows through a fuel strainer and carburetor to the engine induction system.

• 12.
Fuel tank selector must be selected for
• A.

Both tanks

• B.

The left tank

• C.

The right tank

• D.

The fullest tank

• 13.
Electrical system is
• A.

14 volt and storage battery is 12 volt

• B.

24 volt and storage battery is 22 volt

• C.

12 volt and storage battery is 14 volt

• D.

24 volt and storage battery is 20 volt

• 14.
During engine start puffs of black smoke from the exhaust stack indicate
• A.

A too weak mixture

• B.

Water in the fuel

• C.

Worn piston rings

• D.

Over priming or flooding

• 15.
During magneto check on the ground
• A.

RPM must drop but should not be more than 50 RPM

• B.

RPM should not drop more than 50 RPM

• C.

RPM must not increase more than 50 RPM

• D.

RPM must drop by 50 RPM

• 16.
Vx is (IAS in mph)
• 17.
Vy is (IAS in mph)
• 18.
For short field take-off which of the following flap settings should be used
• A.

10°

• B.

20°

• C.

30°

• D.

40°

• 19.
• A.

+4.4 to -1.52

• B.

+4.4 to –1.76

• C.

+3.8 to -1.76

• D.

+3.8 to -1.52

• 20.
Vne is (IAS in mph)
• 21.
Vno is (IAS in mph)
• 22.
Vfe is (IAS in mph)
• 23.
Va is (IAS in mph)
• 24.
Minimum oil quantity in quarts
• 25.
Vs1 is (IAS in mph)
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