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1

The Fire Bell & Master Warning lights are inhibited during takeoff from V1 until 400 ft RA or 25 seconds after V1 , whichever occurs first.
A. True
B. False

A. True

2

Which statement about Memo Messages is true?
A. Memo Messages are not considered crew alerts.
B. Memo Messages are displayed in white font on EICAS.
C. Memo Messages indicate the current state of certain aircraft systems.
D. All the above.

D. All the above.

3

The terrain data on the ND is magenta when:
• No terrain data is available.
• Terrain is more than 2000ft below the aircraft.
• Terrain is 500ft below to 2000ft above the aircraft.
• Terrain is more than 2000ft above the aircraft.

• No terrain data is available.

4

Weather radar returns are shown on the NAV Display in all modes except:
• Center Map.
• Expanded VOR.
• Plan.
• Expanded APPCH.

• Plan.

5

The GPWS provides various warning, caution and advisory level alerts based on ____.
A. Radio altitude, Barometric altitude, Aircraft configuration
B. Flight Control Mode, FMC Data
C. ADRS, Glideslope Deviation, Weather Radar
D. A and C are correct

D. A and C are correct

6

What action is required to display the next page of STATUS messages when additional pages exist?
A. Push the STAT button on the DSP.
B. Select "NEXT PAGE" on the lower right corner of the Status Page.
C. Push the Cancel / Recall switch.
D. None of the above.

B. Select "NEXT PAGE" on the lower right corner of the Status Page.

7

What precaution should be taken if a tail strike occurs during takeoff? A. No special precautions are necessary.
B. The airplane should not be pressurized.
C. Pressurize the airplane to a lower cabin altitude.
D. None of the above.

B. The airplane should not be pressurized.

8

Which of the following would remove a WINDSHEAR time critical warning?
A. Resetting the master warning system.
B. Flying out of the wind shear condition.
C. Pushing the GND PROX switch.
D. All of the above.

B. Flying out of the wind shear condition.

9

A filled red square on a TCAS alert indicates:
• A resolution advisory (RA).
• Other traffic.
• Proximate traffic.
• A traffic advisory (TA).

• A resolution advisory (RA).

10

During ground engine start, new caution and advisory alerts are inhibited from engine start switch engagement until:
A. The engine reaches idle RPM.
B. The start is aborted.
C. 5 minutes elapse from engine start switch engagement.
D. All the above.

D. All the above.

11

The Look-Ahead Terrain Alerting feature includes a caution and warning alert. If neither pilot has terrain selected, how is the information supplied to the pilots.
A. A caution terrain alert is initiated approximately 40-60 seconds from projected impact.
B. A warning terrain alert is initiated approximately 20-30 seconds from projected impact.
C. The terrain data is automatically displayed on the ND with the first alert.
D. All the above.

D. All the above.

12

Status messages that appear during flight should be written up in the aircraft logbook with no further action by the flight crew.
A. True
B. False

A. True

13

When LAND 2 or LAND 3 are displayed, the master CAUTION lights and beeper for most messages are inhibited below ____ feet AGL.
• 200
• 500
• 100
• 50

• 200

14

Testing of the Weather Radar and Predictive Windshear System by the flight crew is required before each flight.
A. True
B. False

B. False

15

Which of the following is true of an overspeed condition?
A. The MASTER WARNING lights illuminate.
B. An OVERSPEED EICAS message appears.
C. An aural warning siren sounds, and can be cancelled by pushing the aural cancel switch.
D. All the above

D. All the above

16

An overflow of messages in the EICAS message field is indicated by:
• A MASTER CAUTION alert.
• A CDU scratch pad message.
• A page cue below the alert field.
• Not indicated.

• A page cue below the alert field.

17

Status messages are displayed on the MFD STATUS display and must be cleared by maintenance before departure.
A. True
B. False

A. True

18

Which of the following alert messages can be cleared by the CANCEL/RECALL switch?
• Advisory alerts.
• Warning alerts.
• Communications alerts.
• Memo messages.

• Advisory alerts.

19

To cancel the autopilot disconnect aural alert:
• Press the master warning button on the glareshield.
• Use the control yoke autopilot disconnect button.
• The aural alert is automatically cancelled after 5 seconds.

• Use the control yoke autopilot disconnect button.

20

Warning alerts, communication alerts, and memo messages:
A. Cannot be cleared.
B. Can be cleared.
C. Will clear automatically after 90 seconds.
D. None of the above.

A. Cannot be cleared.

21

Which of following warnings cannot be silenced by the MASTER WARNING / CAUTION reset switch:
A. Takeoff configuration.
B. Autopilot disconnect.
C. Landing configuration.
D. All of the above.

D. All of the above.

22

The look-ahead terrain warning display is only available if either pilot has selected TERR on their EFIS control panel.
A. True
B. False

B. False

23

An engine may be shut down based on a STATUS message only.
A. True
B. False

B. False

24

A beeper is used for all system alert caution messages and a bell is used for fire warnings.
A. True
B. False

A. True

25

Takeoff configuration warnings are armed when the aircraft is on the ground and thrust is in the takeoff range on either engine.
A. True
B. False

A. True

26

Are caution alert messages inhibited during takeoff?
• Yes, caution alert messages are inhibited during T/O until rotation occurs.
• Yes, caution alert messages are inhibited during takeoff at V1. The inhibit ends at 400ft RA, or 25 sec after V1, whichever occurs first.
• No, caution alert messages are not inhibited during takeoff.
• Yes, messages are inhibited during T/O. The inhibit ends at 400ft RA, or 20 sec after rotation, whichever occurs first.

• No, caution alert messages are not inhibited during takeoff.

27

How is EGPWS terrain display information generated?
• The terrain display information is generated from the weather radar system.
• The terrain display information is generated from the radio altitude.
• The terrain display information is generated from a database contained in the CDU and correlated to the ADIRU position.
• The terrain display information is generated from a database contained in the GPWS computer and correlated to the GPS position.

• The terrain display information is generated from a database contained in the GPWS computer and correlated to the GPS position.

28

The Predictive Windshear System (PWS) is a part of which system?
• The Predictive Windshear System (PWS) is a part of the GPWS.
• The Predictive Windshear System (PWS) is a part of the ADIRU system.
• The Predictive Windshear System (PWS) is a part of the TCAS system.
• The Predictive Windshear System (PWS) is a part of the weather radar system.

• The Predictive Windshear System (PWS) is a part of the GPWS.

29

How can a PILOT RESPONSE message be cleared?
• The PILOT RESPONSE message cannot be cleared.
• The PILOT RESPONSE message can only be cleared by logging on to ATC.
• The PILOT RESPONSE message can only be cleared by contacting the Company via SATCOM.
• The PILOT RESPONSE message can be cleared by pushing any control on any of the monitored systems or panels.

• The PILOT RESPONSE message can be cleared by pushing any control on any of the monitored systems or panels.

30

When airspeed has reduced to TAMS (Thrust Asymmetry Minimum Speed), Flight deck indications are
A. An aural warning of "AIRSPEED, AIRSPEED" with an associated Master Warning.
B. An aural warning of "AIRSPEED LOW” with an associated Master Caution.
C. An aural warning of "AIRSPEED LOW” with an associated Master Warning.
D. None of the above.

A. An aural warning of "AIRSPEED, AIRSPEED" with an associated Master Warning.