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7. You are flying at 8000 ft. in IFR conditions toward a warm front with the freezing level at the surface, when
you encounter freezing rain. You should
p climb until you reach an above freezing temperature.
b. descend to 7000 ft.
c. climb to 9000 ft.
d. maintain altitude and increase airspeed.
8. The correct reportable categories for icing intensity are
a. trace, moderate and heavy.
b. moderate, rime and frost.
A) trace, light, moderate and heavy.
d. light, glaze, heavy and rime.
9. Ice formation on the main rotor head assembly (during flight) could cause
a. loss of power.
QS interference with collective pitch and cyclic control.
c. excessive high-frequency vibration.
d. excessive lag on the main rotor blades.
l10. In level flight, carburetor ice will cause loss of and
a. fuel, control
b. control, lift
c. true airspeed, fuel
(. power, airspeed
11. Ice forming in the pitot tube will result in
a. incorrect altitude reading on altimeter.
.incorrect readings on airspeed indicator.
c. failure of all pressure instruments.
d. reverse indications on vertical speed indicator.
r )x2. The most dangerous structural icing conditions you could encounter in flight would be
>3 freezing rain.
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Snyder, Henry W. Icing, pamphlet, February 1971; Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth46570/m1/20/: accessed November 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Boyce Ditto Public Library.