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Radio Navigation

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-108.35 MHz can only be: an ILS frequency.

-3D RNAV fixing gives you: Horizontal and vertical profile guidance

-A 2-dimensional RNAV system has a capability in the: horizontal plane.

-A 3-D RNAV system has capability in: a horizontal plane and the vertical plane

-A 3-dimensional RNAV system has capability in: the horizontal plane and in the vertical plane.

-A Cat III ILS glidepath transmitter provides reliable guidance information down to: the surface of the runway

-A Category 1 Instrument Landing System (ILS) ground installation provides accurate guidance from coverage limit down to: 200 feet above the runway threshold

-A cumulonimbus cloud in the vicinity of an aeroplane can cause certain navigation systems to give false indications. This is particularly

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Radio Navigation and Principles of Flight

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·"A line connecting the leading- and trailing edge midway between the upper and lower surface of a aerofoil". This definition is applicable for: THE CAMBER LINE
·"Flutter" may be caused by a:
COMBINATION OF BENDING AND TORSION OF THE STRUCTURE
·"Flutter" may be caused by a:
DISTORTION BY BENDING AND TORSION OF THE STRUCTURE CAUSING INCREASING VIBRATION IN THE RESONANCE FREQUENCY
·"Tuck under" is caused by (i) which movement of the centre of pressure of the wing and (ii) which change of the downwash angle at the location of the stabiliser:
(I) AFT (II) DECREASING
·"Tuck under" is the:
NOSE DOWN PITCHING TENDENCY AS SPEED IS INCREASED IN THE TRANSONIC RANGE
·"Tuck under" is the:
THE TENDECY TO NOSE DOWN WHEN SPEED IS INCREASED INTO THE TRANSONIC

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Casa de lucas

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-"ASDA" (Acceleration Stop Distance Available) is: The length of the take-off run available plus the length of stop way (if stop way provided) .

-"Cabotage" refers to: domestic air services ;

-"Clearway" is defined rectangular area established to: Permit aircraft to make a portion of its initial climb to a specific height.

-"Code letter D" shall be chosen to identify a taxiway used by aircraft having an outer main gear wheel span of less than 9 m. The taxiway width shall be: 18 m.

-"Distress" differs from "Urgency" because in the first case: There is a serious and imminent danger requiring immediate assistance.

-"Instrument runways" are the following runways intended for the operation of aircraft using instrument approach procedures:  Non precision

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Casa de lucas

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-"Feedback" in communication implies that: a message is measured and corrected against the original meaning.

"Greyout" occurs in case of: + gZ

-"Non-verbal communication": constitutes approximately 70% of human communication.

-"Pilot's vertigo":   is the condition of dizziness and/or tumbling sensation caused by contradictory impulses to the central nervous system (CNS)

-"Stereotypes" are preconceptions or prejudices which can lead us to: mis-judge individuals even if we have contact with them.

-"The Bends" as a symptom of decompression sickness consists of: pain in the joints

-1. In case of conflicting information you can always trust your Seat- of-the-Pants-Sense. 2. In case of conflicting information between the sensory organs and the instruments

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Conectores en inglés

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bizarre spots: puntos extreños // in the middle of busy streets: en medio de calles ocupadas // medical treatment: tratamiento medico // beyond: mas allá (further away) // attempt: tentativa // joined: se afiliaron ( affiliated) // treacherous: traidora // daring feats: hazañas audaces (bold exploits) // foolishness: tonterias (bullshit ) // unlikely: poco probabilidad (little probability)

Además: in addition, besides // Debido a: since, due to // Consecuencia: So, therefore, consequently, as a result // Objetivo: in order to // Aunque: nevertheless, althought, despite // Opinion: in my opinion, it seems to me that // En realidad: in fact, actually // Enumeracion: In the first place, finally, lastly, then, next // Ejemplo:... Continue reading "Conectores en inglés" »

Casa de lucas

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-"Integrated range" curves or tables are presented in the Aeroplane Operations Manuals. Their purpose is: to determine the fuel consumption for a certain still air distance considering the decreasing fuel flow with decreasing mass.

-A "current flight plan" is a: filed flight plan with amendments and clearance included.

-A descent is planned at .74/250KIAS from 35000ft to 5000ft. How much fuel will be consumed during this descent? 150kg

-A descent is planned from 7500 ft AMSL so as to arrive at 1000 ft AMSL 6 NM from a VORTAC. With a GS of 156 kts and a rate of descent of 800 ft/min. The distance from the VORTAC when descent is started is:   27,1 NM

-A flight has to be made with a multi engine piston aeroplane (MEP 1). For the fuel calculations

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Met atpl

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  • "Detached clouds in the form of white, delicate filaments or white or mostly white patches or narrow bands. These clouds have fibrous (hair-like) appearance, or a silky sheen, or both." CIRRUS
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    8/8 stratus base 200 FT/AGL is observed at sunrise at an aerodrome in the north of France; the QNH is 1028 hPa and there is a variable wind of 3 kt. What change in these clouds is likely at 1200 UTC in summer and winter? WINTER: OVC. BASE 500 FT/AGL; SUMMER: SCT, BASE 3000 FT/AGL
    ·A blocking anticyclone in the northern hemisphere is: A WARM ANTICYCLONE/QUASI STATIONARY/SITUATED BETWEEN 50°N AND 70°N
    ·A Cb with thunderstorm has reached the mature stage. Which statement is correct? IN TEMPERATURES LOWER THAN -23°C ICING IS STILL POSSIBLE
    ·A cold air
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teaching receptive skills: are the ways in which people extract meaning from the discourse they see or hear. how we read and listen: we employ our previous knowledge as we approach the process of comprehension. what we bring to the task: we need a pre-existing knowledge (also colled schema), because who did not have pre-existing knowledge, would find the reading and comprehension task difficult and work the double to understandwhat they see or hear. in the schema we include genre, topic and the use of specific language features to help them to make sense of what they are hearing. reasons for reading and listening: instrumental: it will help us to archieve some clear aim or have some kind of utilitarian purpose in mind; pleasurable: for pleasure.... Continue reading "1" »

Meteorology

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  • "Detached clouds in the form of white, delicate filaments or white or mostly white patches or narrow bands. These clouds have fibrous (hair-like) appearance, or a silky sheen, or both." CIRRUS
    ·8/8 stratus base 200 FT/AGL is observed at sunrise at an aerodrome in the north of France; the QNH is 1028 hPa and there is a variable wind of 3 kt. What change in these clouds is likely at 1200 UTC in summer and winter? WINTER: OVC. BASE 500 FT/AGL; SUMMER: SCT, BASE 3000 FT/AGL
    ·A blocking anticyclone in the northern hemisphere is: A WARM ANTICYCLONE/QUASI STATIONARY/SITUATED BETWEEN 50°N AND 70°N
    ·A Cb with thunderstorm has reached the mature stage. Which statement is correct? IN TEMPERATURES LOWER THAN -23°C ICING IS STILL POSSIBLE
    ·A cold air
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Genetic diseases

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  • Sickle Cell Anemia / Sickle Cell / Falcemia: autosomal recessive (Mendelian), occurs through the change of glutamic acid for valine in hemoglobin. It produces a red blood cell deformed, poor oxygenation in the blood and organs. Common symptoms include paleness, jaundice, fatigue, tachycardia, and stunting in children.
  • Huntington's chorea: codon CAG repeat on chromosome 4 (Anticipation - No Mendelian). It can be passed on to children. Common symptoms: rapid, jerky movements (dance), facial grimacing, antisocial behavior, progressive dementia, unsteady gait and mood.
  • Fragile X Syndrome / Martin & Bell, repetition of CGG codon in the X chromosome gives frail to be viewed by microscope (Anticipation - No Mendelian), most common inherited form
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