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Newton’s third law states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. When a moving wing deflects air down and out, what is the reaction?
When is the total drag at the minimum?
In a 45° angle of bank the load factor will be
What is true about induced drag?
To maintain a co-ordinated turn, what must the pilot do?
Which is true for a climbing turn?
Approaching to land, the gear was lowered and nose raised. What happened?
Wake turbulence is most severe behind an aeroplane that is
What is true about the critical angle of attack?
A wing with a high aspect ratio will have
How does lift act?
The nose of a tail-wheeled airplane tends to swing as the tail is raised on take-off. Why?
The maneuvering speed of an aeroplane with a 58 kt stall speed is
Which of the following applies to the critical angle of attack?
The purpose of a mass balance on the controls is
An aircraft stalls at 50 KTAS at 2,000ft. What is the TAS at the stall at 4,500 ft?
If an aircraft’s C of G is more forward than the limit in the POH, what will happen?
What is the purpose of vortex generators?
Which regarding spoilers is incorrect?
What does aileron drag cause?
During the walk around you notice the trim tab is pointed down. What is the trim setting?
An aircraft has a maximum rate of climb of 1,000ft/min in still air. When in a headwind, what happens to the rate of climb?
What happens when a wing stalls?
An aircraft had an engine failure and is now gliding at best glide speed. If the weight decreased, what would the glide path do?
The stall speed of an aeroplane is at 67 KIAS. While banking at 60° the stalling speed in the turn would be