ATPL THEORY - METEOROLOGY (2)

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Quiz on ATPL THEORY - METEOROLOGY (2), created by mathys1995 on 19/08/2015.

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Question 1

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The 850hPa pressure level can vary in height. In temperate regions which of the following average heights is applicable?
Answer
  • FL100
  • FL300
  • FL390
  • FL050

Question 2

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Which constant pressure altitude chart is standard for an 18,289ft pressure level?
Answer
  • 300hPa
  • 200hPa
  • 700hPa
  • 500hPa

Question 3

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If you are planning a flight at FL170, which of these upper wind and temperature charts would be nearest your flight level?
Answer
  • 850hPa
  • 700hPa
  • 500hPa
  • 300hPa

Question 4

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Which constant pressure altitude chart is standard for a 38,662ft pressure level?
Answer
  • 500hPa
  • 700hPa
  • 200hPa
  • 300hPa

Question 5

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What is the station pressure used in surface weather charts?
Answer
  • QNE
  • QFF
  • QFE
  • QNH

Question 6

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Half the mass of the atmosphere is found in the first...
Answer
  • 8km.
  • 6km.
  • 3km.
  • 11km.

Question 7

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A 500hPa pressure level can vary in height. In temperate regions which of the following average heights is applicable?
Answer
  • FL160
  • FL100
  • FL390
  • FL180

Question 8

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Which constant pressure altitude chart is standard for a 4,781ft pressure level?
Answer
  • 300hPa
  • 850hPa
  • 700hPa
  • 500hPa

Question 9

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The QNH at an airfield located 200m above sea level is 1022hPa. The air temperature is not available. What is the QFF?
Answer
  • It is not possible to give a definitive answer.
  • More than 1022hPa
  • 1022hPa
  • Less than 1022hPa

Question 10

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A 700hPa pressure level can vary in height. In temperate regions which of the following average heights is applicable?
Answer
  • FL180
  • FL300
  • FL390
  • FL100

Question 11

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When planning a flight at FL060, which upper wind and temperature chart would be nearest your flight level?
Answer
  • 300hPa
  • 850hPa
  • 700hPa
  • 500hPa

Question 12

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The QFF at an airfield located 400m above sea level is 1016hPa. The air temperature is 10°C higher than a standard atmosphere. What is the QNH?
Answer
  • More than 1016hPa
  • 1016hPa
  • Less than 1016hPa
  • It is not possible to give a definitive answer.

Question 13

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Which of the following is true concerning atmospheric pressure?
Answer
  • It always decreases with height at a rate of 1hPa per 8m.
  • It decreases with height.
  • It is higher in winter than in summer.
  • It is higher at night than during the day.

Question 14

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The upper wind and temperature chart of 250 hPa corresponds, in a standard atmosphere, to about...
Answer
  • FL320.
  • FL340.
  • FL390.
  • FL300.
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