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1. Q4 Which statement about a rhumb line is correct?

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2. Q58 An aircraft travels 110 NM within 01:25. The ground speed (GS) equals…

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3. Q61 An aircraft is flying with a true airspeed (TAS) of 180 kt and a headwind component of 25 kt for 2 hours and 25 minutes. The distance flown equals…

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4. Q136 What is meant by the term “terrestrial navigation”?

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5. Q134 How many satellites are necessary for a precise and verified three-dimensional determination of the position?

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6. Q38 1000 ft equal…

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7. Q40 Which of the items on the attached checklist are related to the direct reading compass? See annex (NAV-004)Siehe Anlage 2

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8. Q45 Which are the properties of a Lambert conformal chart?

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9. Q128 Which instantaneous information can be obtained from ground radar equipment?

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10. Q22 The term ‘civil twilight’ is defined as…

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11. Q57 An aircraft travels 100 km in 56 minutes. The ground speed (GS) equals…

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12. Q123 The range of a VOR is affected by…

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13. Q90 A VHF direction finder (VDF) can determine…

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14. Q44 How are rhumb lines and great circles depicted on a direct Mercator chart?

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15. Q18 With Central European Summer Time (CEST) given as UTC+2, what UTC time corresponds to 1600 CEST?

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16. Q106 The VDF range depends on…

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17. Q121 Where is the aircraft located in relation to the VOR? See annex (NAV-022)Siehe Anlage 7

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18. Q33 The angle between compass north and magnetic north is called…

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19. Q53 An aircraft is flying with an indicated airspeed (IAS) of 150 kt at 8000 ft MSL. According to the rule of thumb, the true airspeed (TAS) equals…

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20. Q127 Using primary ground radar, the direction of the aeroplane in relation to the antenna is determined by…

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