Remain the same regardless of altitude.
Decrease as the true airspeed decreases.
Decrease as the airspeed increases.
Angle of attack regardless of the altitude with relation to the horizon
Airspeed regardless of the altitude with relation to the horizon
Angle of attack and altitude with relation to the horizon
Angle of bank up to but not exceeding 30°.
Attitude of the aircraft with reference to the longitudinal axis.
Movement of the aircraft about the yaw and roll axes.
By the direction of deflection of the banking scale (A).
By the relationship of the miniature airplane © to the deflected horizon bar (B)
By the direction of deflection of the horizon bar (B).
Quickly check the fuel supply for possible fuel exhaustion.
Determine the wind direction to plan for the forced landing
Immediately establish the proper gliding attitude and airspeed.
The vertical component of lift.
The horizontal component of lift.
When at high angles of attack.
When at low angles of attack.
When at high airspeeds.
Decrease the angle of descent without increasing the airspeed.
Increase the angle of descent without increasing the airspeed.
Permit a touchdown at a higher indicated airspeed.
Light, quartering headwind.
Light, quartering tailwind.
Above the large aircraft’s final approach path and landing beyond the large aircraft’s touchdown point.
Below the large aircraft’s final approach path and landing before aircraft’s touchdown point.
Above the large aircraft’s final approach path and landing before the large aircraft’s touchdown point.
Changes in air density
Variations in flight altitude
Variations in airplane loading
Is momentarily decreased
Remains the same
Is momentarily increased
Twice as great
Half as great
Four times greater
Weight, load factor, and power
Load factor, angle of attack, and power
Angle of attack, weight, and air density
Rate of turn
Angle of bank
A lower angle of attack
The same angle of attack
A greater angle of attack
And angle of bank must be decreased
Must be increased or angle of bank decreased
Must be decreased or angle of bank increased
Maintain the bank and decreased airspeed
Increase the bank and increase airspeed
Increase the bank and decrease airspeed
The lowering of flaps increases the stall speed
The raising of flaps increases the stall speed
Raising flaps will require added forward pressure on the yoke or stick
Wingtip, with the stall progression toward the wing root
Wing root, with the stall progression toward the wingtip
Center trailing edge, with the stall progression outward toward the wing root and tip
Angle of incidence of the wing
Amount of airflow above and below the wing
Distribution of pressures acting on the wing
Lift, airspeed, and drag
Lift, airspeed and CG
Lift and airspeed, but not drag
Weight, dynamic pressure, bank angle, or pitch attitude
Dynamic pressure, but varies with weight, bank angle, and pitch attitude
Weight and pitch attitude, but varies with dynamic pressure and bank angle