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#1. ON a sectional chart towers and other obsticals are listed in?

#2. What is the minimum altitude required of aircraft over congested areas?

#3. How long must a pilot wait before opperating and aircraft after consuming alchol?

#4. What does the Circled R symbol represent?

#5. If you deviate from a FAR what are you required to do?

#6. What must a flight review involve?

#7. What conditions can cause Thunderstorms?

Select all that apply:

#8. After passing your written exam, how long are your results valid?

#9. What conditions are expected ahead of a cold front?

#10. While in flight, what should you do if your blast valve develops a leak when it is opened?

#11. If the dew point and tempature are less than 3 degrees apart what should the pilot expect.

#12. When approaching for a high wind landing the pilot should open the deflation port?

#13. What conditions may cause a shallow hollow sounding burner?

#14. What is the minimum age to qualify for a student pilots certificate?

#15. What does the STAR above the Ashland Airport indicate?

#16. What must you have on your person whlie conducting as PIC?

#17. How often should a pilot complete a flight review?

#18. How should passengers stand when landing?

#19. What does this symbol mean on a surface chart?

#20. In sparsely populated areas. the aircraft may not be operated closer than?



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