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1

Automatic reporting of OUT time is generated by ____. a. doors closed and brakes OFF b. landing gear strut extension c. the brakes being released d. closure of the forward entry door

a. doors closed and brakes OFF

2

The ACARS IN event is sent ____. a. when the main gear is compressed on landing b. when only the parking brake is set c. when the speed brakes deploy on landing d. the last time the parking brake is set followed by opening of a door

d. the last time the parking brake is set followed by opening of a door

3

The ACARS OFF time is sent automatically when the a. Parking brake is released. b. Landing gear strut is extended. c. Throttles are advanced for takeoff. d. Landing gear is retracted.

b. Landing gear strut is extended.

4

Entering "99" in the flap setting field when requesting a TPS via ACARS, allows the TPS to _____ a. Consider a flaps 2 takeoff. b. search for a flap setting that will allow standard thrust c. search for the best short field takeoff flap setting d. consider a flaps 10 takeoff

b. search for a flap setting that will allow standard thrust

5

If the message "UNABLE TO COMPUTE TPS FOR FLAPS XXX TEMP XXX RWY XXX" appears, Dispatch may have adjusted the MTOW for a MEL, CDL, or contaminated RWY condition. If this happens, what should you do? a. Try entering other flap settings. b. Select another runway. c. You must use the flap and runway settings shown on the original TPS. d. Resubmit the reques

c. You must use the flap and runway settings shown on the original TPS.

6

Following the initial ACARS load closeout, what will be uplinked to the FMS? a. Both ZFW and takeoff CG. b. Only CG to prevent an unsafe Stabilizer Trim setting. c. Only ZFW to prevent a takeoff above ATOW. d. Nothing will be uplinked to the FMS, only to the printer.

a. Both ZFW and takeoff CG.

7

Takeoff with frost on the fuel tank underside of the wing surfaces is permitted provided the frost does not exceed ____ inch. a. 1/8 b. 1/16 c. 1/2 d. 1/4

a. 1/8

8

When encountering turbulence, maintain an airspeed of ____ knots or ____ Mach. a. 280/.76 b. 285/.65 c. 240/.63 d. 270/.82

a. 280/.76

9

During flight in light to moderate turbulence, the autopilot and/or autothrottle may be ____ unless performance is objectionable. a. engaged b. disabled c. disconnected d. armed

a. engaged

10

The maximum demonstrated crosswind component on a dry runway is ____ knots. a. 40 b. 30 c. 33 d. 25

c. 33

11

If heavy rain is encountered, ignition Start Switches should be positioned to ____. a. FLT b. ON c. CONT d. AUTO

c. CONT

12

When weather conditions indicate windshear could be a threat. You should use ____ power for takeoff. a. 22K max or 24K max b. 26K max c. 22K max d. R-TO

b. 26K max

13

In cruise flight with one pack switch in the AUTO position, turning the other pack OFF will cause the remaining pack to ___. a. remain in normal flow b. switch to high flow c. shutdown d. average the temperature output

b. switch to high flow

14

The ram air doors normally modulate to full OPEN when the aircraft is ____. a. in flight with flaps not fully retracted or on the ground b. on the ground only c. in flight with flaps retracted d. operating both packs in high flow

a. in flight with flaps not fully retracted or on the ground

15

The APU can supply bleed air for the pack up to ____. a. 20,000 feet or 8000 feet if the APU is also providing electricity b. 17,000 feet or 10,000 feet if the APU is also providing electricity c. 20,000 feet or 12,000 feet if the APU is also providing electricity d. 41,000 feet under all conditions

b. 17,000 feet or 10,000 feet if the APU is also providing electricity

16

The mix manifold receives air from the ____. a. left pack, right pack, recirculation fan, and pre-conditioned air b. left pack, right pack, and pre-conditioned air only c. left pack and right pack only d. right pack, recirculation fan, and pre-conditioned air only

a. left pack, right pack, recirculation fan, and pre-conditioned air

17

What is the primary source of conditioned air for the cockpit? a. Right pack b. Left pack c. Mix manifold d. Both packs

b. Left pack

18

The primary purpose of the recirculation fans is to ____. a. increase airflow at greater cabin differential pressure b. provide overheat detection downstream of the packs c. reduce air conditioning pack load d. filter air for contaminants

c. reduce air conditioning pack load

19

Equipment cooling is provided for electronic equipment in the ____. a. E & E bay and flight deck instrument area b. E & E bay and aft cargo compartment c. E&Ebayonly d. E & E bay and forward cargo compartment

a. E & E bay and flight deck instrument area

20

The equipment cooling system has ___________ fan(s). a. 1 supply and 2 exhaust b. 2 supply and 2 exhaust c. 1 supply and 1 exhaust d. 2 supply and 1 exhaust

b. 2 supply and 2 exhaust

21

Air from the preconditioned ground source enters the air conditioning system through the ____. a. bleed valve b. right pack valve c. mix manifold d. left pack valve

c. mix manifold

22

Engine low pressure bleed air is provided by the ____ stage, and engine high pressure bleed air is provided by the ____ stage air. a. 5th/12th b. 5th/9th c. 9th/13th d. 8th/12th

b. 5th/9th

23

Turning OFF the TRIM AIR Switch results in the three temperature selectors commanding the left pack to __ and the right pack to ____. a. the coolest temperature/the warmest temperature b. the warmest temperature/the coolest temperature c. the temperature commanded by the CONTROL CAB selector/the average of the two CABIN selectors d. 75 degrees F/65 degrees F

c. the temperature commanded by the CONTROL CAB selector/the average of the two CABIN selectors

24

Each A/C pack has ____ controllers for pack temperature control. a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4

b. 2

25

If an individual zone temperature control is switched to off, what will occur to the temperature control system? a. It operates independently. b. It ignores that sector. c. It averages the temperature. d. It defaults to 75 degrees F

b. It ignores that sector.

26

When the TRIM AIR Switch is OFF, the right pack will produce conditioned air that will satisfy the ____ temperature demands of the two cabin zones. a. warmest b. maximum c. coldest d. average

d. average

27

If all the temperature selectors are positioned to OFF, what pack air temperatures will be produced? a. The last selected b. Left pack 75 degrees and the right pack 65 degrees. c. Average or the last two selected temperatures for the cabin. d. Left pack 65 degrees and the right pack 75 degrees.

b. Left pack 75 degrees and the right pack 65 degrees.

28

If the primary equipment cooling fan fails, what indications would be displayed? a. No indications - the standby fan turns on automatically. b. Master Caution light, the related equipment cooling OFF light, and the OVERHEAD annunciator light on the System Annunciator Panel c. Master Caution light and horn d. Warning horn only (Ground Ops)

b. Master Caution light, the related equipment cooling OFF light, and the OVERHEAD annunciator light on the System Annunciator Panel

29

In the event of a single pack failure at altitude, the remaining pack is capable of maintaining cabin pressure and comfort at an airplane altitude of _____. a. 35,000 feet b. 41,000 feet c. 37,000 feet d. 25,000 feet

b. 41,000 feet

30

The APU will supply bleed air for ____ pack(s) ____. a. both, on the ground b. both, in flight c. all three, in flight d. one, only on the ground

a. both, on the ground