Octane rating of the fuel
Fuel / air mixture
Outside air temperature
Converts torque to thrust.
Moves a small mass of air backward at a relatively high speed.
Moves a large mass of air backward at a relatively low speed.
Both a and c
Good Sump capacity.
Both A and C.
Resistance to flow.
Resistance to vaporization.
Resistance to ignition.
Resistance to deteriorization
1200 AM, 1200 PM
SECURITY, three times
DISTRESS, continuously for 10 seconds
PAN-PAN, three times
MAYDAY, continuously for 10 seconds
Because this speed range is used to achieve maximum range.
Because this speed range is used to achieve maximum endurance.
Because this speed range is used in flight under all conditions of reduced visibility.
To recognize the symptoms indicating the approach of a stall.
Speed at which the aeroplane can be safely operated in smooth air.
Speed at which the flight controls can be may be used without exceeding the design load factor.
Speed at which the aeroplane may be flow with flaps lowered.
Safe speed at which the aeroplane should be operated.
Too lean a mixture for best operation.
Fouling of the spark plugs.
Decrease in all flight conditions.
Increase in level flight.
Increase in all flight conditions.
Is higher when flying downwind than upwind.
Increases with altitude.
Decreases with altitude.
Does not change with a change of altitude
Is the same in a coordinated turn as in straight and level flight.
Is less in a coordinated turn as in straight and level flight.
Is greater in a coordinated turn as in straight and level flight.
Increases in climbing turns, decreases in gliding turns.
A slight loss of power would result.
There would be no effect on the engine.
The engine would stop.
Half of the cylinders would not fire.
Cause plug fouling.
Not be filtered.
Euphoria (increased sense of well being).
Hyperventilation (over breathing).
Increase with an increase in altitude.
Decrease with an increase in altitude.
Remain the same with an increase in altitude.
Remain constant to 6,000' ASL.
Low approach speed.
Low approach angle.
High approach speed.
Normal operating speed.
Flap extension speed.
North and South.
East and North.
East and West.
West and South.
Following full power application.
Above its flight path.
Increase manifold pressure and enrich the mixture.
Increase manifold pressure and lean out the mixture.
Decrease manifold pressure and enrich the mixture.
Decrease manifold pressure and lean out the mixture.
Increase the rate of descent at the same speed.
Increase lift without increasing drag.
Make safe approaches possible at slower air speeds.
Improve the lift / drag ratio.
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