# Cpl – Navigation

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• 1.
To track inbound on the 215 radial of a VOR station, the recommended procedure is to set the OBS to.
• A.

035 and make heading corrections toward the CDI needle.

• B.

215 and make heading corrections toward the CDI needle.

• C.

215 and make corrections away from the CDI needle.

• 2.
(Refer to figure 17). Which is true regarding illustration 4, if the present heading is maintained? The airplane will...
• A.

Intercept the 240 radial at a radial 30° angle.

• B.

Cross the 180 radial at a 75° angle.

• C.

Cross the 060° radial at a 15° angle.

• 3.
(Refer to figure 17). Which illustration indicates that the airplane should be turned 150° left to intercept the 360° radial at a 60° angle inbound?
• A.

2

• B.

3

• C.

1

• 4.
(Refer to figure 17). Which statement is true regarding illustration 2, if the present heading is maintained? The airplane will...
• A.

Intercept the 225 radial at 45° angle.

• B.

Intercept the 360° radial at a 45° angle inbound.

• C.

Cross the 180 radial at a 45° angle outbound.

• 5.
(Refer to figure 17). Which illustration indicates that the airplane will intercept the 060 radial at a 60° angle inbound, if the present heading is maintained?
• A.

4

• B.

5

• C.

6

• 6.
(Refer to figure 17). Which illustration indicates that the airplane will intercept the 060 radial at a 75° angle outbound, if the present heading is maintained?
• A.

5

• B.

6

• C.

4

• 7.
Assume that the pilot is flying outbound on the 090° radial of a VOR with no-wind condition. He is flying on a...
• A.

True heading of 270°

• B.

True heading 090°

• C.

Magnetic heading of 090°

• 8.
(Refer to figure 20). Which instrument shows the aircraft to be northwest of the VORTAC?
• A.

1

• B.

3

• C.

2

• 9.
(Refer to figure 20) Which instrument shows the aircraft in a position where a straight course after a 90° left turn would result in intercepting radial 135?
• A.

Instrument 1

• B.

Instrument 2

• C.

Instrument 3

• D.

Instrument 4

• 10.
The lateral dimensions of the airways are __________ within 57.15 NM from the radio navigation facility, after which the lateral boundaries splay out at an angle of 5° until a maximum width.
• A.

15 NM

• B.

5 NM

• C.

10 NM

• 11.
How should the pilot make a VOR receiver check when the aircraft is located on the designated checkpoint on the airport surface?
• A.

With the aircraft headed directly toward the VOR and the OBS set to 0° the CDI should center within plus or minus 4° of that radial with a to indication.

• B.

Set the OBS on 180° plus or minus 4°, the CDI should center with a FROM indication.

• C.

Set the OBS on the designated radial. The CDI must center within plus or minus 4° of that radial with a FROM indication.

• 12.
To fly inbound on the 270° radial of a VOR, the OBS (Omni Bearing Selector) should be set to...
• A.

270° TO

• B.

090° TO

• C.

090° FROM

• 13.
(Refer to figure 20). Which instrument shows the aircraft in a position where a 180° turn would result in the aircraft intercepting the 150 radial at a 30°angle?
• A.

4

• B.

2

• C.

3

• 14.
(Refer to figure 20) Which instrument shows the aircraft in a position where a straight course after a 90° left turn would result in intercepting the 180° radial?
• A.

4

• B.

2

• C.

3

• 15.
GIVEN: Associated conditions.....................................Fig. 32 Temperature..................................................75° F Pressure altitude............................................6,000 ft. Weight..........................................................2,900 lb. Headwind......................................................20 kts. What weight reduction is necessary to take-off over a 50-foot obstacle in 1,000 ft.?
• A.

100 lbs

• B.

200 lbs

• C.

300 lbs

• D.

400 lbs

• 16.
GIVEN: Associated conditions.............................................Fig. 32 Temperature................................................. .........30° F Pressure altitude.....................................................6,000 ft. Weight....................................................................3,300 lb. Headwind...............................................................20 kts. What is the total take-off distance over a 50- foot obstacle?
• A.

1,200 ft.

• B.

1,300 ft.

• C.

1,400 ft.

• D.

1,500 ft.

• 17.
GIVEN: Associated conditions............................................Fig. 32 Temperature.........................................................100° Pressure Altitude..................................................4,000 ft. Weight.................................................................3,200 lb. Headwind.............................................................calm What is the ground roll required for take-off over a 50-foot obstacle?
• A.

1,350 ft.

• B.

1,180 ft.

• C.

1,540 ft.

• D.

1,850 ft.

• 18.
GIVEN: Associated conditions......................................Fig. 32 Temperature...................................................50° F Pressure Altitude............................................Sea level Weight...........................................................2,700 lb. Headwind......................................................Calm What is the total take-off distance over a 50- foot obstacle?
• A.

450 ft.

• B.

550 ft.

• C.

750 ft.

• D.

650 ft.

• 19.
The cruising levels at which a flight or a portion of a flight is to be conducted shall be in terms of...
• A.

Altitudes for flight below the lowest usable flight level or where applicable, at or below the transition altitude.

• B.

Flight levels for flight at or above the lowest usable flight levels or, where applicable, above the transition altitude.

• C.

A and B are correct.

• 20.
When diverting to an alternate airport because of an emergency, pilots should...
• A.

Apply rule-of-thumb computations, estimates, and other appropriate shortcuts to divert to the new course as soon as possible.

• B.

Climb to a higher altitude because it will be easier to identify checkpoints.

• C.

Rely on as the primary method of navigation.

• 21.
(Refer to figure 22). If the time flown between aircraft position 2 and 3 is 8 minutes, what is the estimated time to the station?
• A.

48 minutes

• B.

8 minutes

• C.

16 minutes

• 22.
(Refer to figure 23).If the time flown between aircraft position 2 and 3 is 13 minutes, what is the estimated time to the station?
• A.

13 minutes

• B.

26 minutes

• C.

7.8 minutes

• 23.
(Refer to figure 24). If the time flown between aircraft position 2 and 3 is 15 minutes, what is the estimated time to the station?
• A.

60 minutes

• B.

15 minutes

• C.

30 minutes

• 24.
To track inbound on the 215 radial VOR station, the recommended procedure is to set the OBS to:
• A.

035° and make heading corrections toward the CDI needle.

• B.

215° and make heading corrections toward the CDI needle.

• C.

215° and make heading corrections away from the CDI needle.

• 25.
Which is true regarding the use of a standard instrument departure (SID) chart?
• A.

To use a SID, the pilot must possess at least the textual description of the approved standard departure.

• B.

To use a SID, the pilot must possess both textual and graphic form of the approved standard departure.

• C.

At airfield where SID's have been established, SID usage is mandatory for IFR departures.