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SSA Bronze Badge Study Guide Q281-290
281) Which cruising altitude is appropriate for a VFR flight on a magnetic course of 135 deg?
a) Even thousands.
b) Even thousands plus 500 feet.
c) Odd thousands plus 500 feet.
282) If an altimeter setting is not available before flight, to which altitude should the pilot adjust the altimeter?
a) The elevation of the nearest airport corrected to mean sea level.
b) The elevation of the departure airport.
c) Pressure altitude corrected for nonstandard temperature.
283) The operator of an aircraft involved in an accident is required to file an accident report within how many days?
284) Which incident requires an immediate notification to the nearest NTSB field office?
a) A forced landing due to engine failure.
b) Landing gear damage, due to a hard landing.
c) Flight control system malfunction or failure.
285) If an aircraft is involved in an accident, which results in substantial damage to the aircraft, the nearest NTSB field office should be notified:
b) Within 48 hours.
c) Within 7 days.
286) When operating an aircraft at cabin pressure altitudes above 12,500 feet MSL up to and including 14,000 feet MSL, supplemental oxygen shall be used during:
a) The entire flight time at those altitudes.
b) That flight time in excess of 10 minutes at those altitudes.
c) That flight time in excess of 30 minutes at those altitudes.
287) May a pilot operate an aircraft that is not in compliance with an Airworthiness Directive (AD)?
a) Yes, AD's are only voluntary.
b) Yes, if allowed by the AD.
c) Yes, under VFR conditions only.
288) An operable 4096-code transponder with an encoding altimeter is required in which airspace?
a) Class A, Class B (and within 30 miles of the Class B primary airport), and Class C.
b) Class D and Class E (below 10,000 feet MSL).
c) Class D and Class G (below 10,000 feet MSL).
289) Which aircraft has the right-of-way over the other aircraft listed?
c) Homebuilt airplane.
290) The FAR part idefinition of nighttime is:
a) Sunset to sunrise.
b) 1 hour after sunset to 1 hour before sunrise.
c) The time between the end of evening civil twilight and the beginning of morning civil twilight.
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