Q1. The stall speed?
A: Decreases with an increased weight
B: Does not depend on weight
C: Increases with an increased weight
Q2. High lift devices will?
A: Cause stalling speed to decrease
B: Cause stalling speed to increase
C: Have no effect on stall speed
Q3. One disadvantage of the sweptback wing is its stalling characteristics. At the stall?
A: Wing root stall will occur first, which produces a rolling moment
B: Tip stall will occur first, which produces a pitch up moment
C: Tip stall will occur first, which produces a nose down moment
Q4. In a ailerin to rudder crossfeed system, in a left wind down turn, the?
A: Rudder moves left
B: Rudder moves right
C: Rudder remains stationary
Q5. An aircraft left wing is flying low. The aileron trimmer control to the left aileron trim tab in the cockpit would be?
A: Moved up causing the left aileron to move up
B: Moved down causing the left aileron to move down
C: Moved up causing the left aileron to move down
Q6. Airplane drag in straight and level flight is at it lowest point when?
A: Induced drag is at its lowest
B: Profile drag equals twice the amount of induced drag
C: Profile drag equals induced drag
Q7. In the reversed chamber horizontal stabiliser?
A: There is an increased tailplane up force
B: There is an increased tailplane down force
C: The elevator causes tail down movement, i.e. increased tailplane down force
Q8. Moving an elevator trim tab up will?
A: Counter tail heaviness
B: Counter nose heaviness
C: Assists tail heaviness
Q9. The AOA at which an aircraft stalls?
A: Increases with an increase in gross weight
B: Remains constant regardless of gross weight
C: Varies with gross weight and density altitude
Q10. As altitude increases, the EAS at which an aeroplane stall in a particular configuration will?
A: Remain the same regardless of altitude
B: Decease as the TAS decreases
C: Remain equal to the calibrated speed