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47. The pitch mode is being controlled by . a. MCP SPD b. HDG SEL c. ALT HOLD d. LVL CHG

c. ALT HOLD

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48. If the pilot now selects LNAV, how would this change the FMA? a. If greater than 3NM and more than a 90° intercept angle of track, the FMA will change to LNAV. b. If greater than SNM and more than 180° intercept angle of track, the FMA will change to LNAV c. If less than 3NM but greater than 90 degrees intercept, the FMA will change to LNAV. d. The autopilot will disengage if not on an intercept angle of track of less than 90 degrees.

c. If less than 3NM but greater than 90 degrees intercept, the FMA will change to LNAV.

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1. Which PA system announcements will override all others? a. Boarding announcements b. Flight attendant announcements c. Flight deck announcements d. Safety videos

c. Flight deck announcements

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2. How is the cockpit voice recorder tape manually erased? a. Airplane on the ground, brakes set, then turn OFF the battery switch. b. Momentarily press the ERASE button with the airplane on the ground and the brake set. c. Hold the ERASE button for ten seconds while inflight. d. Hold the ERASE button for 2 seconds with the airplane on the ground and the brake set.

d. Hold the ERASE button for 2 seconds with the airplane on the ground and the brake set.

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3. The Radio Tuning Panel offside tuning light (white) indicates . a. the Captain is tuning VHF #2 from his/her panel b. the First Officer is tuning VHF #1 from his/her panel c. the radio tuning panel is being used to tune its respective radio d. Both A and B are correct.

d. Both A and B are correct.

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The VIDEO ON light (white) is illuminated a. When the video system is powered in the passenger cabin b. When the video system is unpowered in the passenger cabin c. When there is a malfunction in the video system d. When a video program is being displayed in the passenger cabin

d. When a video program is being displayed in the passenger cabin

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5. Placing the service interphone switch to the ON position . a. enables all flight attendants to talk to each other b. adds all external jacks to the service interphone system c. creates a hot mic between the flight deck and the cabin d. creates a hot mic between the flight deck and the ground

b. adds all external jacks to the service interphone system

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Volume controls for the overhead speakers on the audio control panel . a. cannot control the volume of audio warnings b. can silence audio warnings c. raises the volume on audio warnings to a preset level d. lowers the volume on audio warnings to a preset level

a. cannot control the volume of audio warnings

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With the Captains audio system degraded, which statement is correct? a. Audio warnings are unaffected. b. All audio warnings are inhibited. c. Audio warnings can only be heard by the First Officers headset. d. Audio warnings cannot be heard through the Captains audio control panel or overhead speaker.

d. Audio warnings cannot be heard through the Captains audio control panel or overhead speaker.

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8. How will you know if the Radio Tuning Panel has failed? a. The Radio Tuning Panel OFF Switch will illuminate. b. PANEL FAIL will be displayed in the active and standby windows. c. The Off Side Tuning Light will illuminate with XXXX displayed in the active and standby windows. d. There will be dashes in the active and standby windows of the radio panel control head.

b. PANEL FAIL will be displayed in the active and standby windows.

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With Standby Power OFF light illuminated, you could power the standby busses directly from the battery by . a. placing the standby power switch to BAT b. turning the APU off c. leaving the transfer bus switch in AUTO d. placing the battery switch to ON

a. placing the standby power switch to BAT

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2. DC power is supplied by a. voltage regulators and the transfer switch b. the static inverter and the battery c. transformer rectifier units, the battery charger, and the battery d. DC generators

c. transformer rectifier units, the battery charger, and the battery

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Normally, the AC electrical system is run . a. paralleled b. in sequence c. alternately between AC Transfer Bus 1 and AC Transfer bus 2 d. isolated

d. isolated

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The static inverter is powered by . a. TR3 b. the battery c. DC Bus #1 d. DC Bus #2

b. the battery

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The Ground Service Switch is located . a. next to the Galley Power Switch b. on the forward attendant panel c. on the aft attendant panel d. Both 1 and 3 are correct.

b. on the forward attendant panel

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6. The DC Cross Bus Tie Relay will open . a. when TR3 fails b. at glideslope capture during a flight director or autopilot ILS approach c. when power for one DC bus fails d. when the Battery Switch is moved to BAT

b. at glideslope capture during a flight director or autopilot ILS approach

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7. Circuit breakers are allowed to be pulled and reset . a. if necessary for flight, only after a one minute cooling period b. anytime on the ground or in flight c. only for galleys or the fuel quantity indicating system d. only if specified in a QRH procedure

d. only if specified in a QRH procedure

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8. What conditions cause the GND POWER AVAILABLE light to be illuminated? a. Ground power is plugged in and available. b. Ground power is plugged in and meets airplane power quality standards. c. Ground power is plugged in, and the Ground Power Available switch is moved to ON. d. Ground power is plugged in and already in use.

b. Ground power is plugged in and meets airplane power quality standards.

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9. After engine start, the crew forgets to put the generators on line and uses the APU to power the Transfer Busses for takeoff. If the APU fails, the . a. galleys are load shed for the duration of flight b. generators are automatically placed on line c. system reverts to standby power only d. airplane loses all electrical power

b. generators are automatically placed on line

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10. On the ground with the APU powering the electrical systems, the APU GEN OFF BUS light will be . Both engine GEN OFF (blue) lights will be . Both transfer BUS OFF lights will be . a. OFF, ON, OFF b. ON, OFF, ON c. OFF, OFF, OFF d. ON, ON, ON

a. OFF, ON, OFF

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When moved to OFF, the BUS TRANSFER switch will . a. isolate the AC and DC Busses on Electrical System 1 from the AC and DC Busses on Electrical System 2 b. isolate the AC system from the DC system c. immediately shift the primary source of power for the AC Standby Bus from AC Transfer Bus 1 to AC Transfer Bus 2 d. disconnect the battery from the electrical system

a. isolate the AC and DC Busses on Electrical System 1 from the AC and DC Busses on Electrical System 2

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In a normally operating AC electrical system, if the Bus Transfer Switch is moved to OFF, . a. both Transfer Busses are unpowered b. the AC Standby Bus reverts to battery through the inverter c. power is removed from AC Transfer Bus 2 only d. and if a generator subsequently fails, the bus ties will not close to transfer power

d. and if a generator subsequently fails, the bus ties will not close to transfer power

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If the Standby Power "OFF" light illuminates, it means is/are not powered. a. the AC Standby Bus b. the DC Standby Bus c. the Battery Bus d. one or more of the above

d. one or more of the above

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With standby electrical power only, the Captain will be able to fly instrument approaches. a. LOC only b. VOR c. ILS d. All of the above

d. All of the above

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The AC standby bus can be powered by_____if its normal power source fails. a. the essential bus b. the battery (through the static inverter) c. Generator Bus No. 2 d. AC Transfer Bus No. 1

b. the battery (through the static inverter)

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16. During an ILS approach, the cross bus tie relay automatically opens at glideslope capture to . a. prevent single bus failure from affecting both navigation receivers and flight control computers b. provide more power to the AC Standby bus c. ensure that the Standby DC bus is powered d. All of the above

a. prevent single bus failure from affecting both navigation receivers and flight control computers

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With a normally operating electrical system, placing the Battery Switch OFF . a. removes power to the Battery Bus and the Switched Hot Battery Bus b. removes power to the Switched Hot Battery Bus only c. causes all electrical power to fail d. unpowers all five busses in the standby electrical system

a. removes power to the Battery Bus and the Switched Hot Battery Bus

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The DC Standby Bus can be powered by . a. TR1, TR2, TR3, and the battery b. AC Transfer Bus 1 and the battery c. the battery only d. AC Transfer Bus 2 only

a. TR1, TR2, TR3, and the battery

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19. Under what conditions can External power be used to power one AC Transfer Bus, and the APU the other Transfer Bus? a. Only if you are on the ground b. If the Bus Transfer Switch is in AUTO c. If volts and frequencies check good d. No condition. The electrical system will not allow it.

d. No condition. The electrical system will not allow it.

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What does an illuminated ELEC light, on the AC and DC Metering Panel, mean? a. A fault exists in the AC or standby power system. b. TRs # 2 and 3 have failed. c. A Standby Power or DC system fault has occurred. d. TR # 1 has failed.

c. A Standby Power or DC system fault has occurred.