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JULIANO, Arvi B.

AGUILAR, Katherine Faith B.


MWF
CABURAO, Lara Patricia R.
MILLARE, Ronalee M.

GRP 2
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1. It is the oldest instrument used in VOR.


a. Non Directional Beacon
b. Automatic Direction Finder
c. Radio Magnetic Indicator
d. Horizontal Situation Indicator
2. It is an aircraft position indicator wherein the magnetic bearing is relative to
the non directional beacon.
a. Single Needle RMI
b. Dual Needle RMI
c. Horizontal Situation Indicator
d. Distance Measuring Equipment
3. In the Dual Needle RMI, the thin needle or the single needle pointer points
to or from the _____ station.
a. NDB
b. VOR
c. ADF
d. None of the above
4. Which of the following is not a part of an RMI?
a. Compass Card
b. Single Needle Pointer
c. Navigation Warning Flag
d. Compass Warning Flag
5. When was the RMI first patented?
a. 1912
b. 1902
c. 1922
d. 1892
6. It is a part of the RMI that comes into view when the heading information
displayed on the compass card is invalid.
a. Compass Warning Flag
b. Compass Card
c. Lubber Line
d. Navigation Warning Flag
7. Which Aircraft Position Indicators is the most advantageous since it provides
all the information that a pilot needs?
a. VOR
b. RMI
c. HSI
d. DME

8. RMI does not suffer from LOS since it operates at the ___.
a. medium frequency band

b. very high frequency band


c. low frequency band
d. ultrahigh frequency band
9. In the Baron Instrument Panel, the radio magnetic indicator is located at __.
a. upper left right corner of the panel
b. lower right corner of the panel
c. center of the panel
d. lower left corner of the panel
10. during night time, ionosphere is ___ and hence a strong sky waves lead to
large error, therefore it is recommended to limit the use of __.
a. high, ground station
b. low, aircraft station
c. high, signal receiving station
d. low, ground station
11. Horizontal situation indicator provides more information than any other
aircraft positioning indicators, all of these information are provided except for:
a. heading
b. course reference
c. course deviation
d. fuel usage
12. In the Baron Instrument Panel, the horizontal situation indicator is located
at __.
a. upper left right corner of the panel
b. lower right corner of the panel
c. center of the panel
d. lower left corner of the panel
13. This part of the horizontal situation indicator is responsible to manually
adjust the position of the course select pointer.
a. course deviation bar
b. course select knob
c. glidescope pointer
d. lubber line
14. the goal of the pilot is to ___ the steering bar/ course deviation indicator to
the course selector pointer.
a. align
b. parallel
c. perpenduicular
d. none of the above
15. What does the arrowhead of the thin needle in the RMI indicate?
a. track
b. radial
c. direction of headwind
d. direction of crosswind
16. What does the tail of the thin needle in the RMI indicate?
a. track

b. radial
c. direction of headwind
d. direction of crosswind
17. What provides the vertical guidance for an aircraft to descend for a
landing?
a. ADF
b. lubber line
c. glideslope
d. VOR
18. What does ILS stand for?
a. Instrument Landing System
b. Indicator Localized System
c. International Landing Service
d. Identification Land Survey
19. What does MLS stand for?
a. Multiple Listing Service
b. Movement Localized Sytem
c. Magnetic Locating System
d. Microwave Landing System
20. It is used to indicate the Magnetic Bearing relative to Non-Directional
Beacon
a
b
c
d

Horizontal Situation Indicator


Single-Needle Radio Magnetic Indicator
Automatic Directional Finder
Dual-Needle Radio Magnetic Indicator
21. It indicates whether the Heading information displayed on the compass
card is invalid

a
b
c
d

Compass Flag
Attitude Flag
Navigation Flag
Glideslope Flag
22. A line marked on the Horizontal Situation Indicator showing the aircraft
heading.

a
b
c
d

Course Select Pointer


Heading Select Bug
Lubber Line
Glideslope Pointer
23. It indicates aircraft deviation from desired VOR, LOC and FM course or
track.

Heading Bar

b Steering Bar
c Lubber Line
d None of the above
24. In a course deviation scale, what is the scale used in Very High Frequency
Omnidirectional Range Operation?
a
b
c
d

10 degrees
2 degrees
1 degree
5 degrees
25. It indicates selected heading used for the flight guidance heading mode.

a
b
c
d

Compass
Heading Bug
Azimuth Card
Lubber Line
26. The pointer of the lubber displays the _____________.
a. true heading
b. magnetic bearing
c. magnetic heading
d. true bearing
27. The following parts of the HSI are rotational except for one, which part is
it?
a. Lubber Line
b. Compass Card
c. Course Select Pointer
d. Glide Slope Pointer
28. HSI provides a basic _____ view of the aircrafts navigational picture.
a. diagonal
b. horizontal
c. vertical
d. NOTA
29. Who received the first patent for RMI?
a. Alexander John Stone
b. Alexander Grahan Bell
c. John John Stone
d. John Stone Stone
30. The combination of VOR instrument and ADF instrument is called _______.
a. Radio Magnetic Indicator
b. Horizontal Situation Indicator
c. Distance Measuring Equipment
d. Instrument Landing System