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The "SPEED TRIM FAIL" light and the Master Caution Lights sell-illuminate during taxi-out. Select the most correct statement.

a. Check the MEL or call Maintenance. There is a dual channel failure of the Speed Trim System.
b. No action is required. The Speed Trim System only works with the autopilot engaged.
c. No action is required. The Speed Trim System will operate 10 seconds after takeoff.
d. Reset the SPEED TRIM FAIL light by pressing either of the Master Caution Lights.

a. Check the MEL or call Maintenance. There is a dual channel failure of the Speed Trim System.

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32. If instead, the "SPEED TRIM FAIL" light illuminates once you are in flight, the autopilot .
a. has lost the ability to trim the aircraft
b. is still fully operational
c. can only be engaged in CWS P Mode
d. if engaged, has now disengaged and cannot be re-engaged

b. is still fully operational

3

With the loss of B Hydraulic System, the yaw damper will .
a. remain operating from the A hydraulic System
b. be inoperative causing the Yaw Damper Light to illuminate
c. be inoperative, but the Yaw Damper Light will not be illuminated
d. cause the Yaw Damper Switch to trip off

c. be inoperative, but the Yaw Damper Light will not be illuminated

4

Placing the B FLT CONTROL switch to STBY RUD will cause the YAW DAMPER switch to:

a. pressurize the A Hydraulic system making it fully operational
b. operate the standby FSEU
c. trip OFF and illuminate the Yaw Damper Light
d. allow you to reconnect the Yaw Damper by selecting the Yaw Damper switch on

c. trip OFF and illuminate the Yaw Damper Light

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Subsequently, the A Hydraulic System also fails. How would you gain control of the Standby Yaw Damper?
a. Turn the Yaw Damper Switch ON.
b. Ensure both A and B Flight Control Switches are in the Standby Rudder Position and then place the Yaw Damper Switch ON.
c. Check that the B System Low Pressure light is illuminated.
d. You cannot recover the Standby Yaw Damper with a Feel Diff Light illuminated.

b. Ensure both A and B Flight Control Switches are in the Standby Rudder Position and then place the Yaw Damper Switch ON.

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48. With the STAB TRIM positioned as indicated (properly), what would happen when the throttles are advanced for TO with all other systems set properly?
a. An intermittent horn would sound.
b. A steady horn would sound.
c. There would be no alert since this is the proper setting for TO.
d. The trim would automatically go to the proper setting.

c. There would be no alert since this is the proper setting for TO.

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If the trim was set to 10 units nose up and then the throttles are advanced for takeoff. What kind of alert would you get, if any?
a. A flashing red light
b. A steady horn
c. A Stab out of Trim Light
d. An intermittent warning horn

d. An intermittent warning horn

8

While applying nose down trim, the electric trim stops. How can you continue to trim if you need more nose down trim?
a. Speed trim system will fix the problem.
b. Have the other pilot push the elevator forward.
c. Trim manually.
d. Engage autopilot and trim again.

c. Trim manually.

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1. How many independent pitot-static systems are there on the 737?
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4

c. 3

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2. The_____provides inertial position and track data to the FMC.
a. Standby Compass
b. ADIRU
c. GPS
d. FMC computer

b. ADIRU

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Failures of flight instrument systems are displayed on the by failure flags.
a. PFD only
b. ICAS
c. PFD and ND
d. ND only

c. PFD and ND

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The PLAN mode is presented_____. Select the most correct answer.
a. true north up
b. MAG north up
c. either A or B
d. track up

a. true north up

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Maximum airspeed is displayed on the airspeed tape by a_____bar.
a. black and red
b. red and amber
c. black and amber
d. black and white

a. black and red

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6. TCAS warning and avoidance annunciation, for an RA, is displayed on the _____
a. ICAS
b. PFD only
c. PFD and ND
d. ND only

c. PFD and ND

15

When STD is pressed on the inner BARO Switch on the EFIS Control Panel when climbing through FL180, the altimeter is automatically set to .
a. the current barometric setting
b. 29.92 inches
c. 1021 hectopascals
d. both B and C above

b. 29.92 inches

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_____display(s) flight path angle and drift angle on the PFD. Select the most correct answer.
a. The flight path vector (FPV)
b. The pitch limit indicator (PLI)
c. The angle of attack indicator (AOA)
d. All of the above

a. The flight path vector (FPV)

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_____allow(s) the pilot to select the DU location of the PFD, ND, and engine instrument displays.
a. The EFIS Control Panel
b. The Mode Control Panel
c. The Display Select Panel
d. All of the above

c. The Display Select Panel

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A black and red bar at the top of the airspeed indicator represents .
a. VMO/MMO
b. Flap Placard Speed
c. Landing Gear Placard Speed
d. all of the above speeds

d. all of the above speeds

19

The standby instruments contain information.
a. airspeed, altitude, and ILS
b. magnetic heading and attitude
c. backcourse ILS
d. all of the above

d. all of the above

20

On the ground prior to starting the second engine, the CDS Fault amber light is illuminated on the PFD. Which statement is true?
a. A minor problem has occurred with the CDS, dispatch is permitted.
b. A non-dispatchable fault has occurred.
c. This is a normal annunciation, and dispatch is permitted.
d. If the light extinguishes, dispatch is permitted.

b. A non-dispatchable fault has occurred.

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The CDS Fault light will only illuminate .
a. on the ground after both engines are started
b. anytime the aircraft is in flight
c. anytime the aircraft is on the ground
d. on the ground prior to the second engine start

d. on the ground prior to the second engine start

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If this light (???) illuminates instead of the CDS Fault Light. .
a. a minor problem has occurred with the CDS, dispatch is permitted
b. a non dispatchable fault has occurred
c. this light only illuminates in flight
d. this fight will cause a Master Caution and the ELECT annunciations to illuminate

a. a minor problem has occurred with the CDS, dispatch is permitted

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FMC data is supplied to the autoflight system for flight guidance and control in .
a. LNAV mode only
b. VNAV mode only
c. both LNAV and VNA V modes

c. both LNAV and VNA V modes

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The FMC VNAV mode offers optimum airplane performance in .
a. lateral guidance
b. vertical profile guidance
c. both lateral and vertical guidance

b. vertical profile guidance

25

The FMC receives inputs from many sources. Which of the following inputs are used?
a. ADIRU and GPS
b. VOR/DME and ILS receivers
c. airplane systems
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

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4. With only one FMC available, the system is capable of calculating data accurately.
a. Yes
b. No

a. Yes

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5. The FMCs are completely independent and do not transfer or compare information between each unit.
a. True
b. False

b. False

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6. With the FMC source select switch in NORMAL, the right CDU is controlled by the .
a. left FMC
b. right FMC
c. FMC on the side with the MA light

a. left FMC

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When both FMCs are operating normally, each unit independently calculates its navigational position.
a. True
b. False

a. True

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8. The two control display units (CDU) allow pilots to input data only to their respective FMCs.
a. True
b. False

b. False