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Loss of Hydraulic System B pressure does not cause illumination of the amber YAW DAMPER light or yaw damper disengagement.

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The SPEED BRAKE DO NOT ARM light indicates that the speedbrake is not usable.

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At what flap setting(s) should the leading edge slats be in the FULL EXTEND position?

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The flap load relief system is operational at:

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In addition to Hydraulic System A & B, the rudder can also be powered by the Standby Hydraulic System through the:

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During descent from altitude you need to decrease your aispeed by using your speed brakes. What is the correct position of the SPEED BRAKE LEVER.

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During flight with both hydraulic systems A & B inoperative:

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Elevator Feel provides simulated aero forces using airspeed from elevator pitot & stabilizer position.

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The feel is transmitted to the control columns by the elevator feel & centering unit.

Leading Edge devices are normally operated by ______

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What is the maximum flap extension altitude?

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What is the number of flight spoilers located on each wing?

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With the loss of hydraulic system B, (system A operating normally):

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The amber FEEL DIFF PRESS light illuminates when the:

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The Speed Trim System (STS) is a speed stability augmentation system designed to improve flight characteristics during operation with a low gross weight, aft center of gravity and high thrust when the autopilot is not engaged.

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The STS monitors inputs of stabilizer position, thrust lever position, airspeed and vertical speed and then trims the stabilizer using the autopilot stabilizer trim.Remember that the SPEED TRIM FAIL amber light is often illuminated when you arrive at the aircraft. It is only due to the Inertial Vertical Speed Indicator which is not powered by the ADIRUs (IRS selectors OFF): the STS receives invalid inputs.

The trailing edge flaps devices consist of double slotted flaps inboard outboard of each engine.

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The trailing edge flaps are at 15 units. The correct indication on the aft overhead panel for the leading edge devices is:

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During the ALTERNATE FLAPS OPERATION procedure, the flight crew should plan a Flaps 15 landing. After arming the ALTERNATE FLAPS MASTER SWITCH (230 kt max), the flight crew set the flaps to desired flap position and extend flaps on maneuvering speed schedule. The LE FLAPS TRANSIT light will remain illuminates until the flaps approach the:

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Landing flap 40 selected and in position. An IAS of 178kts is flown due to a highwind gust. Would you expect:

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! When the flaps are set at 40, the TE flaps:- retract to 30 if airspeed exceeds 163 knots- re-extend when airspeed is reduced below 158 knots.When the flaps are set at 30, the TE flaps:- retract to 25 if the airspeed exceeds 176 knots- re-extend when airspeed is reduced below 171 knots.

The Speed Trim System (STS) operates most frequently during takeoffs & go-arounds. Conditions for speed trim operation are:

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To operate the Feel system, the Elevator Feel Computer uses:

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The system operates normally even with only one hydraulics system remaining

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Why are mechanical gates installed on the flap selector unit.

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If the flight crew activates the FLT CONTROL switch Overhead panel to STBY RUD, it activates the:

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The speedbrake lever will move forward and all spoilers will retract if either thrust lever is advanced after landing.

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Elevator system feel is provided by the elevator feel computer. This computer receives inputs of:

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The Power Transfer Unit provides an alternate source of power for the Autoslat System if:

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Dual AILERON trim switches, located on the aft electronic panel, must be pushed simultaneously to command trim changes. The trim electrically repositions the aileron feel and centering unit, which causes the control wheel to rotate and redefines the aileron neutral position.

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The elevator transfer mechanism allows:

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If the SPEEDBRAKES EXTENDED light is illuminated in flight. It indicates:

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If the spoilers become jammed:

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Yaw damper inputs (main or standby) can be overriden:

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Concerning Mach Trim operation, FCCs use Mach information from the ADC / ADIRU, to compute a Mach trim actuator position whih repositions the elevator feel & centering unit, which adjusts the control column neutral position (column will not move).

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The column will move

The flight control computers use Mach Information from the _____ to compute a Mach trim actuator position.

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Main electric trim has 2 speed modes : high & low speed.

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The FEEL DIFF PRESS light indicates:

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Excessive differential pressure can be caused by erroneous activation of the Elevator Feel Shift module.

The flight spoilers rise on the wing with up aileron and remain faired on the wing with down aileron. When the control wheel is displaced more than approximately ____ degrees, spoiler deflection is initiated.

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The Autoslat system:

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If the flight crew selects the ALTERNATE FLAPS to the ARM position:

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? With a loss of both system A & B, the elevator FEEL DIFF PRESS light will illuminate:

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The number of slats located on each wing are:

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In the event of hydraulic Systems A & B fail, ailerons, elevators, and rudder can be operated with the Standby system.

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The amber LE FLAPS TRANSIT light:

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If wheel spinup is not detected on landing with the speed brake armed the flight spoilers will deploy automatically :

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What do the MACH TRIM FAIL, SPEED TRIM FAIL & AUTO SLAT FAIL lights have in common? + All of the above.

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The Flap/Slat Electronics Unit (FSEU) provides:

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The ALTERNATE FLAPS Master Switch:

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The airspeed range for trim operation is:

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Extending the flaps to flaps 15 using ALTERNATE FLAPS takes approximately _______

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During an ALL FLAPS UP LANDING, the speed to be maintained is:

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During a normal landing, flight spoilers & ground spoilers will always extend simultaneously.

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A Mach Trim system provides speed stability at the higher Mach numbers.Mach trim is automatically accomplished above:

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What is number of ground spoilers on each wing?

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Mach Trim system corrects for Mach tuck by moving stabilizer up.

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It moves elevators up (not the stabilizer)

Speed Trim Failure (SPEED TRIM FAIL) Light - If illuminated (amber) this indicates a:

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What is the correct flap setting for a jammed stabilizer landing?

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The primary flight controls consist of rudder, ailerons and ______

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Roll control is provided by the ailerons, assisted by the _____

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During a steady right-handed turn on the ground, correct indications of the Yaw Damper indicator would be?

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