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1. What is the purpose of the rudder ratio system?
A. System is designed to lockout the outboard ailerons at high speeds
B. It's only associated with the rollout system during an autoland
C. As airspeed increases, the ratio changer desensitizes inputs from the pilot to reduce
the rudder deflection
C. As airspeed increases, the ratio changer desensitizes inputs from the pilot to reduce
the rudder deflection
2. Which hydraulic system powers the rudder ratio system?
A. Right
B. Center
C. Left
C. Left
3. What are the limitations if a RUDDER RATIO light is illuminated and a RUDDER RATIO EICAS
message is displayed with normal left hydraulic system pressure?
A. None
B. Crosswind and autoland limitation must be observed
C. Alternate gear extension must be used
B. Crosswind and autoland limitation must be observed
4. What is the purpose of the yaw damper system?
A. Improves directional stability
B. Limits rudder deflection during taxi
C. Modifies pilot aileron inputs above 240 knots
A. Improves directional stability
5. When is Mach speed trim inhibited from trimming?
A. When a fault exists in the rudder ratio system
B. When a yaw damper fault occurs
C. When electric, alternate, or autopilot trim is operating
C. When electric, alternate, or autopilot trim is operating
6. What does the STAB TRIM light and EICAS message indicate?
A. Fault in backup mechanical trim system
B. Stabilizer trimming is at half the rate
C. Fault in the Mach speed trim system
B. Stabilizer trimming is at half the rate
7. What does an UNSCHED STAB TRIM light and EICAS message indicate?
A. Uncommanded stabilizer movement
B. Stabilizer trimming at half the rate
C. Fault in the Mach speed trim system
A. Uncommanded stabilizer movement
8. An armed speedbrake lever moves to the UP position and the spoiler panels raise after landing
when which of the following occurs?
A. ROLLOUT mode engaged at 5 feet RA
B. Both thrust levers are at idle
C. Calibrated airspeed (CAS) below 80 knots
B. Both thrust levers are at idle
9. Alternate flap/slat system is operated by?
A. Hydraulics
B. Bleed air
C. Electric motors
C. Electric motors
10. When are the leading edge slats extended to the landing position during normal flap extension?
A. Flaps 1
B. Flaps 15
C. Flaps 25
C. Flaps 25
11. Why should the speedbrake lever be moved from ARMED to the DOWN detent if the AUTO
SPDBRK light illuminate?
A. To prevent inadvertent speedbrake extension in flight
B. To prevent asymmetric speedbrake deployment
C. To restore operation of roll spoilers
A. To prevent inadvertent speedbrake extension in flight
12. Which of the following is true when the AUTO SPDBRK light is illuminated?
A. Auto brakes are inoperative
B. Speedbrakes can still be operated manually
C. Manual speedbrake deployment is inoperative
B. Speedbrakes can still be operated manually
13. What is indicated by an illuminated SPOILERS light and SPOILERS EICAS message?
A. One or more spoiler pairs are inoperative
B. Spoilers operating normally
C. Automatic speedbrakes inoperative
A. One or more spoiler pairs are inoperative
757 14. What does MACH SPD TRIM light indicate?
A. Mach speed trim system is inoperative
B. Mach speed trim system is trimming the stabilizer
C. Fault in backup mechanical trim system
A. Mach speed trim system is inoperative
757 15. What occurs when either Alternate Flaps switch is pushed ON?
A. Hydraulic power is removed from both leading and trailing edge drive systems
B. Hydraulic power is removed from the respective drive systems
C. Hydraulic drive systems operate at half the rate
A. Hydraulic power is removed from both leading and trailing edge drive systems
757 16. Slats move to the landing position when Flaps 20 is selected with the Alternate Flaps selector.
True or False?
A. True
B. False
A. True
757 17. What type of stall protection is installed?
A. EEC commands maximum thrust regardless of TMSP selected thrust reference
B. Control column nudger/pusher
C. Autoslats; the leading edge slats automatically move from the takeoff position to the
landing position when the stall warning system activates
C. Autoslats; the leading edge slats automatically move from the takeoff position to the
landing position when the stall warning system activates
757 18. If Flaps 30 is selected, what occurs if the flap load relief system is activated above 162 knots?
A. Flaps retract to 20
B. Flaps retract to 25
C. Slats retract to the takeoff position
B. Flaps retract to 25
757 19. During alternate flap operation, slats move to landing position when Flaps 20 is selected.
True or False?
A. True
B. False
A. True
767 20. When does the Pitch Enhancement System (PES) operate automatically?
A. Loss of right and center hydraulics
B. Loss of left and center hydraulics
C. Loss of left and right hydraulics
B. Loss of left and center hydraulics
767 21. What is the stab trim rate when the Pitch Enhancement System (PES) is operating?
A. 1/2
B. 1/4
C. 2/10
B. 1/4
767 22. How does the Pitch Enhancement System (PES) operate?
A. The PES uses a PTU driven by the right hydraulic system which uses trapped left trim
system fluid to power stabilizer trim
B. The PES uses the HDG powered from center pneumatic pressure which uses trapped
left trim system fluid to power the elevator
C. The PES uses a PTU driven by the left hydraulic system which uses trapped right trim
system fluid to power the stabilizer
A. The PES uses a PTU driven by the right hydraulic system which uses trapped left trim
system fluid to power stabilizer trim
767 23. What occurs when either Alternate Flaps switch is pushed ON?
A. Hydraulic power is removed from both leading and trailing edge Power Drive Units (PDUs)
B. Shuts off hydraulic power to selected flap or slat drive unit(s)
C. Hydraulic Power Drive Units (PDUs) operate at half the rate
B. Shuts off hydraulic power to selected flap or slat drive unit(s)
767 24. Flap load relief and trailing edge flap asymmetry protection are not available in the alternate
mode. True or False?
A. True
B. False
A. True
767 25. What type of stall protection is installed?
A. Control column nudger/pusher
B. EEC commands maximum thrust regardless of TMSP selected thrust reference
C. Autoslats; the leading edge slats automatically move from the takeoff position to the
landing position when the stall warning system activates
A. Control column nudger/pusher
767 26. If Flaps 30 is selected, what occurs if the flap load relief system is activated above 170 knots?
A. Inboard aileron droops
B. Flaps retract to 25
C. Flaps retract to 20
C. Flaps retract to 20
767 27. With Flaps 30 selected and airspeed increases above 170 knots, what action should occur?
A. The FLAP LD RELIEF EICAS message will display
B. TE flaps will retract to 25
C. TE flaps will retract to 20
C. TE flaps will retract to 20
767 28. Shortly after selecting Flaps 1, a LE non-normal occurs, what automatic action will take place?
A. All three PDU hydraulic shut off valves close
B. Hydraulic power to only the slats is automatically shut off
C. Arms LE PDU alternate electric motor
B. Hydraulic power to only the slats is automatically shut off
767 29. The Pitch Enhancement System (PES) will automatically activate with the loss of which
hydraulic systems?
A. Left and right
B. Center and right
C. Left and center
C. Left and center