# Quiz: Performance and Limitations 1

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Performance and Limitations 1

PA.I.F.K1 Elements related to performance and limitations by explaining the use of charts, tables, and data to determine performance.

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Determine the total distance required to land over a 50-foot obstacle. (Refer to Figure 38: Airplane Landing Distance Table)
Pressure altitude = 7,500 ft
Temperature = 32°F
Runway = Hard surface

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Determine the total distance required to land over a 50-foot obstacle. (Refer to Figure 38: Airplane Landing Distance Table)
Pressure altitude = 5,000 ft
Temperature = 41°F
Runway = Hard surface

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Determine the approximate landing ground roll distance. (Refer to Figure 38: Airplane Landing Distance Table)
Pressure altitude = 1,250 ft
Temperature = Std

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4.

Determine the approximate landing ground roll distance. (Refer to Figure 38: Airplane Landing Distance Table)
Pressure altitude = 5,000 ft
Temperature = 101°F

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Determine the total distance required to land over a 50-ft. obstacle. (Refer to Figure 38: Airplane Landing Distance Table)
Pressure altitude = 3,750 ft
Temperature = Std

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6.

Determine the approximate landing ground roll distance. (Refer to Figure 38: Airplane Landing Distance Table)
Pressure altitude = Sea level
Temperature = Std

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Determine the total distance required to land. (Refer to Figure 37: Airplane Landing Distance Graph)
OAT = 32°F
Pressure altitude = 8,000 ft
Weight = 2,600 lb
Obstacle = 50 ft

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Determine the total distance required to land. (Refer to Figure 37: Airplane Landing Distance Graph)
OAT = 90°F
Pressure altitude = 3,000 ft
Weight = 2,900 lb
Obstacle = 50 ft

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Determine the approximate total distance required to land over a 50-ft. obstacle. (Refer to Figure 37: Airplane Landing Distance Graph)
OAT = 90°F
Pressure altitude = 4,000 ft
Weight = 2,800 lb

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Determine the total distance required to land. (Refer to Figure 37: Airplane Landing Distance Graph)
OAT = Std
Pressure altitude = 10,000 ft
Weight = 2,400 lb
Wind component = Calm
Obstacle = 50 ft

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11. With a reported wind of south at 20 knots, which runway is appropriate for an airplane with a 13-knot maximum crosswind component? (Refer to Figure 36: Crosswind Component Graph)

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12. What is the maximum wind velocity for a 30° crosswind if the maximum crosswind component for the airplane is 12 knots? (Refer to Figure 36: Crosswind Component Graph)

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13. With a reported wind of north at 20 knots, which runway is acceptable for use for an airplane with a 13-knot maximum crosswind component? (Refer to Figure 36: Crosswind Component Graph)

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14. Determine the maximum wind velocity for a 45° crosswind if the maximum crosswind component for the airplane is 25 knots. (Refer to Figure 36: Crosswind Component Graph)

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15. What is the headwind component for a landing on Runway 18 if the tower reports the wind as 220° at 30 knots? (Refer to Figure 36: Crosswind Component Graph)

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16. What is the crosswind component for a landing on Runway 18 if the tower reports the wind as 220° at 30 knots? (Refer to Figure 36: Crosswind Component Graph)

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17. Approximately what true airspeed should a pilot expect with full throttle at 10,500 feet with a temperature of 36°F above standard? (Refer to Figure 35: Airplane Power Setting Table)

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18. Approximately what true airspeed should a pilot expect with 65 percent maximum continuous power at 9,500 feet with a temperature of 36°F below standard? (Refer to Figure 35: Airplane Power Setting Table)

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19. Determine the approximate manifold pressure setting with 2,450 RPM to achieve 65 percent maximum continuous power at 6,500 feet with a temperature of 36°F higher than standard. (Refer to Figure 35: Airplane Power Setting Table)

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What is the expected fuel consumption for a 500-nautical mile flight under the following conditions? (Refer to Figure 35: Airplane Power Setting Table)
Pressure altitude = 4,000 ft
Temperature = +29°C
Manifold pressure = 21.3" Hg
Wind = Calm

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What is the expected fuel consumption for a 1,000-nautical mile flight under the following conditions? (Refer to Figure 35: Airplane Power Setting Table)
Pressure altitude = 8,000 ft
Temperature = 22°C
Manifold pressure = 20.8" Hg
Wind = Calm

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22. What fuel flow should a pilot expect at 11,000 feet on a standard day with 65 percent maximum continuous power? (Refer to Figure 35: Airplane Power Setting Table)

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Determine the approximate ground roll distance required for takeoff. (Refer to Figure 40: Airplane Takeoff Distance Graph)
OAT = 32°C
Pressure altitude = 2,000 ft
Takeoff weight = 2,500 lb

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Determine the total distance required for takeoff to clear a 50-foot obstacle. (Refer to Figure 40: Airplane Takeoff Distance Graph)
OAT = Std
Pressure altitude = 4,000 ft
Takeoff weight = 2,800 lb

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Determine the total distance required for takeoff to clear a 50-foot obstacle. (Refer to Figure 40: Airplane Takeoff Distance Graph)
OAT = Std
Pressure altitude = Sea level
Takeoff weight = 2,700 lb 26 / 28

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Determine the approximate ground roll distance required for takeoff. (Refer to Figure 40: Airplane Takeoff Distance Graph)
OAT = 38°C
Pressure altitude = 2,000 ft
Takeoff weight = 2,750 lb 27 / 28

27. Where may an aircraft’s operating limitations be found if the aircraft has an Experimental or Special light-sport airworthiness certificate?

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28. Where may an aircraft’s operating limitations be found?