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Flashcard 10622995724

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#aviation #navigation #rule-of-thumb
Question
opposite direction to 147 degs (what rule are you applying?)
from Biggles1998
Answer
327 degs (rule: 1st digit plus two, 2nd digit minus two; or visa versa)


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Flashcard 10624306444

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#aviation #navigation #rule-of-thumb
Question
opposite direction to 238 degs (what rule are you applying?)
from Biggles1998
Answer
058 degs (rule: 1st digit plus two, 2nd digit minus two; or visa versa)


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#aviation #rule-of-thumb
To get the bank angle for a standard-rate (2 minute) turn, divide your airspeed in knots by 10 and add 7. For example, if your airspeed is 120 kt, your bank angle will be 19° (12 + 7)
from Biggles1998

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Flashcard 10629811468

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#aviation #rule-of-thumb
Question
To get the bank angle for a standard-rate ([...] minute) turn, divide your airspeed in knots by 10 and add 7. For example, if your airspeed is 120 kt, your bank angle will be 19° (12 + 7)
from Biggles1998
Answer
2


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To get the bank angle for a standard-rate (2 minute) turn, divide your airspeed in knots by 10 and add 7. For example, if your airspeed is 120 kt, your bank angle will be 19° (12 + 7) from Biggles1998 </bo







Flashcard 10630860044

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#aviation #rule-of-thumb
Question
To get the bank angle for a standard-rate (2 minute) turn, [...] and add 7.
from Biggles1998
Answer
divide your airspeed in knots by 10


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To get the bank angle for a standard-rate (2 minute) turn, divide your airspeed in knots by 10 and add 7. For example, if your airspeed is 120 kt, your bank angle will be 19° (12 + 7) from Biggles1998







Flashcard 10632695052

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#aviation #rule-of-thumb
Question
To get the bank angle for a standard-rate (2 minute) turn, divide your airspeed in knots by 10 and [...].
from Biggles1998
Answer
add 7


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To get the bank angle for a standard-rate (2 minute) turn, divide your airspeed in knots by 10 and add 7. For example, if your airspeed is 120 kt, your bank angle will be 19° (12 + 7) from Biggles1998







Flashcard 10634530060

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#aviation #rule-of-thumb
Question
To get the bank angle for a standard-rate (2 minute) turn, divide your airspeed in knots by 10 and add 7. For example, if your airspeed is 120 kt, your bank angle will be
[...]
from Biggles1998
Answer
19° (12 + 7)


statusnot learnedmeasured difficulty37% [default]last interval [days]               
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scheduled repetition interval               last repetition or drill

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To get the bank angle for a standard-rate (2 minute) turn, divide your airspeed in knots by 10 and add 7. For example, if your airspeed is 120 kt, your bank angle will be 19° (12 + 7) from Biggles1998