# Navigation (N)- Part 2

103 Questions | Total Attempts: 174  Settings Create your own Quiz The use of a compass has been there for years now. It is mostly used in navigation of space and water vessels. Take up the navigation (n) - part 2 quizzes below and gauge how much you know.

• 1.
The magnetic variation value of a given point on the Earth's surface can be obtained by
• A.

(1) referring to the table of magnetic variation in the cockpit.

• B.

(2) referring to the isogonic lines on aeronautical charts

• C.

(3) calculating the angular difference between the meridian of a given point and the Greenwich meridian.

• D.

(4) calculating the difference between magnetic and compass heading.

• 2.
Lines on geographical charts joining points of equal magnetic variation, are called
• A.

(1) izogonic lines.

• B.

(2) agonic lines.

• C.

(3) izoclinic lines.

• D.

(4) izobars.

• 3.
Lines on geographical charts joining points of a zero magnetic variation, are called
• A.

(1) izogonic lines.

• B.

(2) izoclinic lines.

• C.

(3) agonic lines.

• D.

(4) aclinic lines.

• 4.
What is the magnetic variation of the area? (figure 14)
• A.

(1) 50° 30' W.

• B.

(2) 21° E.

• C.

(3) 50° W.

• D.

(4) 15° E.

• 5.
When calculating magnetic direction from a given true direction, westerly variation shouldbe
• A.

• B.

(2) substracted.

• C.

(3) multiplicated.

• D.

(4) divided.

• 6.
Magnetic course is calculated using the equation
• A.

(1) true heading plus/minus magnetic variation.

• B.

(2) true course plus/minus magnetic variation.

• C.

(3) true course plus/minus compass deviation.

• D.

(4) magnetic heading plus/minus compass deviation.

• 7.
• A.

(1) true heading plus/minus variation.

• B.

(2) true course plus/minus variation.

• C.

(3) true course plus/minus deviation.

• D.

(4) magnetic course plus/minus deviation.

• 8.
Is it possible for a desired true track, true heading and actual true track to have the samevalue?
• A.

(1) No, in no case.

• B.

(2) Yes.

• C.

(3) Yes, because these values are always equal.

• D.

(4) This is possible only when flying in north or south direction.

• 9.
When converting from true course to magnetic heading, a pilot should
• A.

(1) subtract easterly variation and right wind correction angle.

• B.

(2) add westerly variation and subtract left wind correction angle.

• C.

(3) subtract westerly variation and add right wind correction angle.

• 10.
Which element of the wind triangle has a null value if a magnetic heading equalscompass heading?
• A.

(1) Magnetic dip.

• B.

(2) Compass deviation.

• C.

(3) Drift.

• D.

(4) Magnetic variation.

• 11.
Determine the compass heading for the following:true course ..................... 168°wind correction angle ........+6°variation .......................... 5°ECompass deviation tablemagn.dir. N 030 060 E 120 150 S 210 240 W 300 330deviation 0 0 1E 3E 2E 0 3W 1W 0 2E 1E 1E
• A.

(1) 167°.

• B.

(2) 177°.

• C.

(3) 187°.

• D.

(4) 171°.

• 12.
The true heading for a flight between two points of a route is 270° and the windcorrection angle is -10°. What will be the true heading for a return flight between the same points?
• A.

(1) 090°.

• B.

(2) 180°.

• C.

(3) 110°.

• D.

(4) 120°.

• 13.
The true course from the point A to the point B is (figure 14)
• A.

(1) 031°.

• B.

(2) 059°.

• C.

(3) 239°.

• D.

(4) 301°.

• 14.
What is the true course of the route segment B-C? (figure 14)
• A.

(1) 042°.

• B.

(2) 142°.

• C.

(3) 222°.

• D.

(4) 302°.

• 15.
What is the magnetic course from the point C to the point A? (figure 14)
• A.

(1) 155°.

• B.

(2) 170°.

• C.

(3) 185°.

• D.

(4) 190°.

• 16.
Determine the true course between the point D and the point E. (figure 15)
• A.

(1) 057°.

• B.

(2) 123°.

• C.

(3) 237°.

• D.

(4) 303°.

• 17.
The true course of the route segment E-F is (figure 15)
• A.

(1) 260°.

• B.

(2) 100°.

• C.

(3) 080°.

• D.

(4) 070°.

• 18.
What is the true course of the route segment F-D? (figure 15)
• A.

(1) 288°.

• B.

(2) 252°.

• C.

(3) 198°.

• D.

(4) 018°.

• 19.
What is the magnetic course of the route segment A-B? (figure 14)
• A.

(1) 171°.

• B.

(2) 286°.

• C.

(3) 301°.

• D.

(4) 316°.

• 20.
What is the magnetic course from the point B to the point C? (figure 14)
• A.

(1) 027°.

• B.

(2) 042°.

• C.

(3) 057°.

• D.

(4) 142°.

• 21.
What is the magnetic course from the point C to the point A? (figure 14)
• A.

(1) 155°.

• B.

(2) 170°.

• C.

(3) 185°.

• D.

(4) 190°.

• 22.
The magnetic course of the route segment D-E is (figure 15)
• A.

(1) 303°.

• B.

(2) 322°.

• C.

(3) 314°.

• D.

(4) 292°.

• 23.
Determine the magnetic course for a flight from the point E to the point F. (figure 15)
• A.

(1) 069°.

• B.

(2) 089°.

• C.

(3) 091°.

• D.

(4) 279°.

• 24.
The magnetic course of the route segment F-D is (figure 15)
• A.

(1) 087°.

• B.

(2) 187°.

• C.

(3) 198°.

• D.

(4) 209°.

• 25.
Determine the magnetic heading for a flight from the point A to the point B, if the trueairspeed (TAS) is 105 kts and the wind is 045°/30 kts.
• A.

(1) 332°.

• B.

(2) 317°.

• C.

(3) 302°.

• D.

(4) 011°.

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