# Lateral Separation Quiz

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• 1.
What three ways does lateral separation exist?
• A.

When an aircraft is on different airways or routes whose widths or protected airspace do not overlap.

• B.

When an aircraft is below 18,000, proceed to and report over or hold at different geographical locations determined visually or by reference to NAVAID

• C.

When an aircraft is to hold over different fixes whose holding pattern airspace areas do not overlap each other or other airspace to be protected

• D.

When departing aircraft fly specified headings which diverge by at least 45 degrees.

• E.

All of the above

• 2.
Using the degree divergence chart, how much separation is needed when aircrafts below FL 180 and are on routes that diverge by 25°?
• A.

11

• B.

9

• C.

8

• D.

13

• 3.
Using the degree divergence chart, how far must be when they are below FL 180 and on course that diverge by 45°?
• A.

5 miles

• B.

11 miles

• C.

7 miles

• D.

8 miles

• 4.
If an aircraft is flying around a plane holding position. How far must his arc be from the planes pattern when the planes are 35 NM from a NAVAID?
• A.

10 miles

• B.

7 miles

• C.

5 miles

• D.

2 miles

• 5.
If an aircraft is 30 miles away from a NAVAID and is holding position, how much separation should another aircraft have if they wanted to fly around?
• A.

10 miles

• B.

15 miles

• C.

20 miles

• D.

5 miles

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