SSA Bronze Badge Study Guide Q81-100

81) From the air, electrical and telephone wires appear
a) white
b) black
c) invisible

82) Landing on a road is a good way to avoid wires
a) true
b) false

83) The best way to detect wires is to
a) look for the orange balls often attached to them
b) look for wire shadows on the ground
c) look for poles and pole shadows
d) use magnetic anomaly detection devices

84) The segmented circle around an uncontrolled airport's windsock
a) is to help the pilot locate the windsock
b) will indicate the active runway
c) will indicate the preferred landing pattern direction

85) For flight into Class C airspace what is required?
1. student rating or better
2. private pilot rating or better
3. radio contact
4. ATC clearance (controller permission)
5. Mode C transponder
6. transponder (mode C optional)
a) 1, 4, & 6 are correct
b) 2, 4, & 5 are correct
c) 2, 3, & 6 are correct
d) 1, 3, & 5 are correct

86) Class C airspace is indicated on a sectional chart by
a) segmented magenta circle
b) segmented blue circle
c) solid blue circle
d) solid magenta circle

87) For flight into Class D airspace what is required?
1. student pilot rating or better
2. private rating or better
3. radio contact
4. ATC clearance (controller permission)
5. Mode C transponder
6. transponder (mode C optional)
a) 1 & 3 only
b) 2, 4, & 5
c) 1, 3, & 6
d) 1 & 4 only

88) Class B airspace is indicated on a sectional chart by
a) segmented magenta circle
b) segmented blue circle and a blue airport
c) solid blue circle and a blue airport
d) solid magenta circle

89) In which airspace type do the following VFR cloud clearance requirements apply? 1000 feet above, 2000 feet horizontal, and 500 feet below
a) class C, D, & E
b) class C, D, E & G
c) class B, C, D, E, & F
d) class C & D

90) Class D airspace with a blue "[26]" indicates
a) top of the class D airspace is at 2600 feet AGL
b) base of the class D airspace is at 2600 feet AGL
c) top of the class D airspace is at 2600 feet MSL
d) base of the class D airspace is at 2600 feet MSL

91) To operate above 18,000 feet MSL
a) ATC must be advised upon entering the airspace
b) ATC must issue a deviation to the normal equipment requirements for Class A airspace
c) clearance is not required in some remote areas

92) Which is true about a blue line on a section chart identified as"V71"?
a) it is an airway, 4 miles wide, above 7100 MSL
b) it identifies the base of adjacent airspace at 7100 ft
c) it is an airway, 8 miles wide above 1200 AGL
d) it is an airway, 4 miles wide, above 1200 AGL

93) Which type of airspace routinely contains military training operations, and a clearance is NOT required to enter?
a) Prohibited area
b) Restricted area
c) Military Operations area (MOA)
d) Class A airspace

94) Which type of airspace routinely contains military training operations, and a clearance IS required to enter?
a) Prohibited area
b) Restricted area
c) Military Operations area (MOA)
d) Class A airspace

95) Class E airspace extending to the ground is indicated by which sectional chart symbol?
a) segmented magenta circle
b) segmented blue circle
c) solid blue circle
d) solid magenta circle

96) A gray line identified as "IR21" is
a) an airway
b) a military operations area (MOA)
c) an IFR departure route
d) a low altitude military training route

97) An open magenta airport symbol indicates what type of airport?
a) control tower, paved runways (1500' or greater)
b) uncontrolled, paved runways (1500' or greater)
c) control tower, unpaved runways
d) uncontrolled, unpaved runways

98) A closed blue airport symbol indicates what type of airport?
a) control tower, paved runways (1500' or greater)
b) uncontrolled, paved runways (1500' or greater)
c) control tower, unpaved runways
d) uncontrolled, unpaved runways

99) An airport with a control tower is
a) always blue
b) always magenta
c) usually blue
d) color does not indicate anything about a control tower

100) When more than one glider is in the same thermal, the direction of turn should be:
a) to the right
b) to the left
c) either direction as long as all gliders turn the same way

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