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1

Pressing either MASTER CAUTION light extinguishes both lights and ______________.
() resets the annunciator light for further cautions
() places the associated system into the alternate mode
() places the associated system into the standby mode

resets the annunciator light for further cautions

2

Pressing ____________________extinguishes both Master Fire Warning lights, silences fire warning bell, and resets system for additional warnings.
() either the MASTER FIRE WARNING light or the MASTER CAUTION light
() either the MASTER CAUTION light, MASTER FIRE WARNING light, or the BELL CUTOUT switch
() either MASTER FIRE WARNING light or the fire warning bell cutout switch

either MASTER FIRE WARNING light or the fire warning bell cutout switch

3

The Cabin Altitude and takeoff Configuration Warnings use __________ when activated.

() the MASTER CAUTION light

() the same intermittent tone

() either the MASTER CAUTION light, or the MASTER FIRE WARNING light and bell

the same intermittent tone

4

The takeoff configuration warning horn sounds for the following conditions __________.
() Stabilizer trim not set in the takeoff range, flaps not in the takeoff range, LE devices are not configured for takeoff, or the parking brake is set.
() Trailing edge flaps skew or asymmetry, speed brake lever not in the DOWN position, or spoiler control valve is open providing pressured hydraulic fluid to the ground spoiler interlock valve
() All answers are correct

All answers are correct

Stabilizer trim not set in the takeoff range, flaps not in the takeoff range, LE devices are not configured for takeoff, or the parking brake is set.

Trailing edge flaps skew or asymmetry, speed brake lever not in the DOWN position, or spoiler control valve is open providing pressured hydraulic fluid to the ground spoiler interlock valve

5

Pushing the Landing Gear Warning Cutout Switch silences landing gear configuration warning aural indications at ___________.
() flaps up through 10 and below 800 feet RA

() flaps 15 through 25 and below 800 feet RA

() flaps 30 through 40 and below 800 feet RA

flaps up through 10 and below 800 feet RA

6

On the ground an illuminated Proximity Switch Electronic Unit (PSEU) indicates_____________.
() a fault is detected in the PSEU, or an overwing exit flight lock fails to disengage when commanded
() an EEC fault has occurred and automatic switching to the alternate mode has occurred
() all answers are correct

a fault is detected in the PSEU, or an overwing exit flight lock fails to disengage when commanded

7

In flight the Proximity Switch Electronic Unit (PSEU) _____________.
() will illuminate for an air / ground sensing disagree
() will illuminate during a landing gear configuration warning
() is inhibited from thrust lever advance for takeoff until 30 seconds after landing

is inhibited from thrust lever advance for takeoff until 30 seconds after landing

8

As the throttles are advanced, the Takeoff Configuration Warning Light illuminates red, this indicates ______________.
() the airplane has a high cabin altitude
() the airplane is not configured correctly for takeoff
() the airplane has encountered windshear

the airplane is not configured correctly for takeoff

9

Any time the maximum operating airspeed of Vmo/Mmo is exceeded,
() the Mach / airspeed warning system provides an aural warning (clacker)
() a red airspeed warning is displayed across the lower EADI
() all answers are correct

the Mach / airspeed warning system provides an aural warning (clacker)

10

The MACH AIRSPEED WARNING TEST switches and the STALL WARNING TEST switches ____________________.
() must be tested after complete IRS alignment
() reset the stall warning computer for non-icing conditions
() are inhibited while airborne

are inhibited while airborne

11

Altitude alerting is inhibited ____________________.
() when the trailing edge flaps are extended to 25 or greater, or while G/S is captured, or while in VNAV PATH on an RNAV approach
() when the trailing edge flaps are extended to 25 or greater, or while G/S is captured
() below 2500 feet

when the trailing edge flaps are extended to 25 or greater, or while G/S

12

_______ before reaching the selected altitude, a white box shows around the selected altitude display, the box around the current altitude becomes bold and a momentary tone sounds
() 500 feet
() 900 feet
() 1000 feet

900 feet

13

When deviating by ____ feet from the selected altitude, a momentary tone sounds, the current altitude box turns amber and ____________.
() 300; begins to flash
() 300; shows steady
() 300; extinguishes

300; begins to flash

14

Depressing the Takeoff Warning Test Switch will activate the takeoff warning horn if _____________________.
() any of the flight control surfaces or their associated proximity switches are not in the proper position for takeoff
() both engines are not running
() all answers are correct

any of the flight control surfaces or their associated proximity switches are not in the proper position for takeoff

15

The look ahead terrain alert “Terrain, terrain, pull up” will sound approximately _______ from the projected impact with the terrain shown in solid red on the navigation display.
() 20 to 30 secs
() 40 to 60 secs
() more than 60 secs

20 to 30 sec

16

The look ahead terrain alert “Caution, terrain” will sound approximately ________ from the projected impact with terrain shown in solid amber on the navigation display.
() 20 to 30 secs
() 40 to 60 secs
() more than 60 secs

40 to 60 secs

17

“Too low, terrain” aural alert occurs if the aircraft is at an unsafe terrain clearance at ________ with either the landing gear not down or flaps not in the landing configuration.
() high speed
() low speed
() stall speed

) high speed

18

The “__________” aural alert occurs when the aircraft experiences excessive altitude loss after a takeoff or go-around.
() “GLIDESLOPE”
() “TOO LOW, FLAPS”
() “DON’T SINK”

“DON’T SINK”

19

The “GLIDESLOPE” aural alert occurs when the aircraft deviates below the glideslope. Volume and repetition rate _____________ as deviation _______________.
() increase; decrease
() decrease; increase
() increase; increase

increase; increase

20

An illuminated Inoperative (INOP) light on the Ground Proximity panel alerts the pilot that ________________.
() the flap inhibit switch needs to be placed to flap inhibit
() a GPWS computer malfunction or power loss has occurred.
() the GPWS computer has automatically switched to the alternate mode

a GPWS computer malfunction or power loss has occurred.

21

The Ground Proximity System Test (SYS TEST) Switch is ______ in flight.

() inhibited
() operative
() delayed by 30 seconds

() inhibited

22

Placing the Ground Proximity FLAP INHIBIT Switch to FLAP INHIBIT, inhibits _______________.

() all ground proximity alerts
() ground proximity TOO LOW GEAR alert
() ground proximity TOO LOW FLAPS alert

ground proximity TOO LOW FLAPS alert

23

The weather radar automatically begins scanning for windshear when ____________________________. () the thrust levers are set for takeoff
() in flight below 2,300 feet RA
() all answers are correct

() all answers are correct

() the thrust levers are set for takeoff
() in flight below 2,300 feet RA

24

Traffic advisories sound a(n) ____________ aural, and a message is annunciated on the traffic display.
() “TRAFFIC TRAFFIC”
() “WHOOP, WHOOP, PULL UP”
() “OBSTACLE, OBSTACLE”

“TRAFFIC TRAFFIC”

25

Resolution advisories provide aural warning, and____________________to maintain or increase separation from traffic.

() an airspeed restriction or maneuver on the EADI
() maneuver guidance
() all answers are correct

maneuver guidance

26

Placing the Transponder Mode Selector to TA/RA __________________.
() enables the display of traffic advisory targets and resolution advisory (RA) targets () enables the display of traffic advisory targets
() disables the display of traffic advisory targets

enables the display of traffic advisory targets and resolution advisory (RA) targets () enables the display of traffic advisory targets

27

Pressing the Absolute Altitude Display Selector on the TCAS Controls (Transponder Panel) __________________.
() displays absolute altitude of terrain
() displays absolute altitude for RA TCAS targets only
() displays absolute altitude of TCAS targets

displays absolute altitude of TCAS targets

28

Placing the TCAS Altitude Range Switch to _______ sets TCAS display from 2700 feet below to 7000 feet above own aircraft.
() Above (ABV)
() Normal (N)
() Below (BLW)

Above (ABV)

29

Single failures in a dual /redundant systems do not illuminate master caution light however, _______recalls the system failure.

() Pressing either system annunciator light panel.

()Pressing either master caution light.

()Pressing either MFD switch.

Pressing either system annunciator light panel.

30

The PSEU monitors

()takeoff and landing configurations warnings

()Landing gear ad air/ground sensing

()all answers are correct

)all answers are correct