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1) which of the following represent the four forces of flight?

a. Lift, Drag, Turbulence, QNH

b. Drag, Force, Thrust, Weight

c. Lift, Drag, Thrust, Weight

d.Thrust, Weight, Drag, Pull

2 the main purpose of ailerons is to

a. Roll the plane

b. Pitch the plane

c. Yaw the plane

d. Reduce drag

3. the Empennage is the

a. Front of a plane

b. Another name of the engine

c. Tail of plane

d. Cockpit

4. to make the nose of the aircraft move up, you would

a. push the control column in

b. turn the control column to the left or the right

c. pull the control column towards you

d. jumb in the back of the plane

5. having a Cambered wing allows

a. a low air pressure to be produced underneath the wing

b. a slower movement of air over the top of the wing

c. a wing to be weaker

d. a low pressure to be produced on top of the wing

6. flaps extended on an aircraft

a. allow the plane to increase speed

b. allow the plane to decrease speed

c. creates less lift


d. has no effect on the speed or left of an aircraft

7. which of the following would best assist you in cooling an aircraft engine?

a. full power , lean mixture and decreased airspeed

b. reduced power, lean mixture and decreaded airspeed

c. reduced power, rich mixture and increased airspeed

d. full power , rich mixture and reduced oil flow

8. in the phonetic alphabet, CFR would represent

a. charles, foxy , red

b. charlie, foxtrot , romeo

c. chaplin, fox, roment

d. clear, fuel, responsibly

9. if you stall an aircraft

a. air stops flowing over the wing and lift is lost

b. air stops flowing over the wing and lift is increased

c. air increases over the wing and lift is reduced slightly

d. air increases over the wing and lift is increased slightly

10. to recover from a stall

a. the nose of the aircraft should be pitched up

b. the nose of the aircraft should be yawn

c. the nose of the aircraft should be pitched down

d. there is no need to react at all as the plane will continue to fly

11. reducing drag on an aircraft allows

a. the aircraft to increase fuel consumption

b. the aircraft to go slower through the air

c. the aircraft to increase speed through the air

d. the aircraft to stall before reaching 16 degree angle of attack

12. longitudinal stability is controlled by the

a. horizontal stabilizer

b. vertical stabilizer
c. ailerons

d. outer wing

13. the lateral axis allows the plane to

a. pitch

b. roll

c. yaw

d. split in half on impact to the ground thus saving lives

14. the longitudinal axis allows the plane to

a. pitch

b. roll

c. yaw

d. pitch and yaw

15. the normal axis allows the plane to

a. pitch

b. roll

c. yaw

d. roll, pitch, and yaw

16. the 5 standard legs of a circuit in order of takeoff are

a. upwind, horizontal wind, base , final, approach

b. cross wind, vertical wind,up wind, base go round

c. upwind , crosswind downwind , base , final

d. crosswind, base, short base, upwind, final

17. after takeoff, at what height must you reach before making a turn in a circuit

a. 1000ft

b. 500 ft

c. 100 ft

d. 1500ft

18. pre landing checks occur on the

a. downwind leg
b. vertical leg

c. base leg

d. extended leg

19. what is the advantage of a thick cambered wing.

a. can be built to make the wing a lot stronger

b. allows the fuselage to move quicker

c. provides little lift

d. there are no advantages

20. if the left aileron was facing up, the aircraft would

a. pitch down

b. pitch up

c. roll left

d. rolright

21. if the rudder was facing towards your left (view from front end of plane) the aircraft would

a. yaw left

b. yaw right

c. yaw up

d. yaw down

22. the rudder allows the plane to

a. pitch up

b. pitch down

c. yaw to the left only

d. yaw left or right

23. where are the ailerons best positioned on an aircraft?

a. as close as possible to the fuselage on the trailing edge of the wing

b. as close as possible to the fuselage on the leading edge of the wing

c. on the outer wing on the trailing edge of the wing

d. on the outer wing on the leading edge of the wing

24. 1 knot equals how many kilometers


a. 8.1 km

b. 2km

c. 1km

d. 1.8km

25. it is only safe to use flaps when the airspeed is in what colored band?

a. white

b. red

c. black

d. orange

26. unless otherwise stated , a circuit height is normally

a. 500 ft

b. 1000 ft

c. 5000 ft

d. 10000 ft

27. in aviation , height is expressed in

a. feet

b. centimeters

c. meters

d. hand spans

28. a running heading indicates '18'. what does this mean?

a. the runway is 18 years old

b. you must be over 18 years old to use the runway

c. the direction is facing 018 degree

d. the direction is facing due south

29. when you enter the base leg. what must you immediately do?

a. contact control tower operator and ask for directions

b. raise the flaps

c. extend flaps

d. apply full power


30. how many degrees do you turn for each leg in a circuit?

a. 45

b. 180

c. 10

d. 90

31. on a final in a circuit , as a plane is low over the runway , the pilot

a. lowers the nose

b. raises the nose

c. praysd

d. apply full power