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Yes that is all correct.
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Hi Duncan
But we're trying to find the change in CG so we don't know the new CG!
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Only kidding about the magnifying glass! A sharp pencil and a transparent ruler (Pooleys) and plenty of practice are the key to accurate graph work.
And as I said the spread of answers should leave you in no doubt what they're looking for as the answer.
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The change in height is always from the screen height which is 50ft for Class B. See the examples in the CAP. (The point below the screen is reference zero.)
You need a sharp pencil and a magnifying class! On the plus side the examiner states that if you follow the graph correctly you will be...
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The examiner must have been using the more accurate conversion of 1.201....
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I'll clarify the question...it came from feedback....take your coat off!
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The difficulty here is that the author of the question (the CAA) didn't look at the definition they put in the CAP696!
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It's to do with the probability of a failure.
The chances of one out of four engines failing is more likely than one out of two engines failing.
Bit like the lottery...more chances of winning if you have four numbers instead of two!
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No I don't think so.
The LO should refer to the topic of question that you got wrong. So its up to you now to try and recall the associated question and see if you can find it in the QB.
My feedback says that the majority of the questions in the exam were from the bank, maybe some slightly...
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The revision week covers everything you would do at the accelerator.
The accelerator is very helpful for those who need that extra element of tuition to improve their understanding.
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The knowledge deficiency report is based upon the learning objective of the question(s) that you failed to answer correctly.
The LO's can be found here.
https://www.bristol.gs/atpla/learningobjectives/
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I assume your talking about Perf and 320350.
For a takeoff from a contaminated runway, which of the following statements is correct?
As the answer and explanation states
"The takeoff performance data is generally determined by the manufacturers by calculation,...
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Hi Duncans
Airfield PA is 4000ft. TOC 5500ft
Start of climb is at 50ft so change in height is from 4050ft to 5500ft = 1450 ft.
TAS 109 kts, GS 129 kts
From the graph gradient = 8.8%
Still air dist = Height diff x 100/gradient
=1450 x 100/8.8 = 16477ft
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Can you let me know the question numbers please.
Thanks
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Can you let me know the question numbers
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Hello Colin. I wondered if you can help at all.Last edited by heli1; 30012017, 16:08.
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Who told you that there would be another 'massive' update?
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