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Direction is always measured:
Great circles are:
The equator is a:
Meridians of longitude are:
What is the distance in nm from 34° 10’ 00”S to 33° 10’ 00”S?
The difference between true and magnetic North is?
Flying a true track of 090°, variation 20W, what is the magnetic track for the flight?
The standard nautical mile is assumed to be:
On a lambert’s conformal conic chart, the scale is correct:
A line drawn on a chart is 15cm; the scale of the chart is 1:1000 000. What is the earth distance? 1nm = 185300cm
On a chart an area marked FAP
The global positioning system (GPS) has a:
The master control station for GPS is located in:
GPS position fixing is based on a principal called:
For GPS position fixing a minimum of _ satellites are required:
Aircraft altitude is calculated with the GPS using:
Multi-path interference on a GPS is caused by:
Doppler shift is used in a GPS to calculate:
The Earth is a perfectly round spheroid:
All parallels of latitude are small circles:
On a chart lines of zero variation are called:
When flying a track of 090°, with the wind blowing 180°, heading must be altered to the_to maintain track:
Lines on a chart of equal variation are called:
A compass indicates: