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1. The SERVICE INTERPHONE switch on the aft overhead panel must be ON for the pilots to communicate with the flight attendant forward and aft stations.
a. True
b. False
b. False
2. Which comm. Station cannot communicate over the Flight Interphone system?
a. Flight Deck Crew Members
b. Ground Personnel at the External Power position.
c. Flight Attendants
d. None of the answers are correct
c. Flight Attendants
3. Which is correct for the MASK position of the MASK – BOOM switch?
a. Provides hot mike transmission over the PA system
b. Provides hot mike transmission over the Flight Interphone
c. Allows transmission over oxygen mask microphone in the MASK position
c. Allows transmission over oxygen mask microphone in the MASK position
4. How would the pilot make a PA announcement while wearing his oxygen mask?
a. PA selector ON; MASK / BOOM switch to MASK; select INT with control column switch
b. PA selector ON; MASK / BOOM switch to MASK; actuate MIC with control column switch
c. INT selector ON; MASK / BOOM switch to MASK; select I/C with SSP PTT switch
b. PA selector ON; MASK / BOOM switch to MASK; actuate MIC with control column switch
5. What is the Flight Deck indication when the external power receptacle PILOT CALL switch is pressed?
a. One tone chime and blue Flight Deck CALL light comes on
b. One tone chime and blue Flight Deck CALL light remains off
c. Two tone chime and blue Flight Deck CALL light flashes
a. One tone chime and blue Flight Deck CALL light comes on
6. When the “CAPTAIN” switch on the “Attendant” CALL SYSTEM panel is pressed, what are the Flight Deck indications?
a. One tone chime and amber Flight Deck CALL light flashes
b. One tone chime and blue Flight Deck CALL light comes on
c. Two tone chime and white Flight Deck CALL light flashes
b. One tone chime and blue Flight Deck CALL light comes on
7. The EVENT Switch on the Flight Recorder is used for what purpose?
a. Used to transcribe a mark on the tape to identify the time of an event
b. Used to identify the end of one flight and the beginning of the next if a quick turn is accomplished without shutting down both engines
c. A backup way of tripping on OUT/OFF/ON/IN Event
d. None of the answers are correct
a. Used to transcribe a mark on the tape to identify the time of an event
8. Which frequency should be avoided on VHF Comm #2 or #3?
a. 135.0 MHz
b. 121.3 MHz
c. 121.0 MHz
d. 120.0 MHz
d. 120.0 MHz
9. On – 500 EFIS aircraft, during degraded or ALT Audio Selector Panel operation the only source of audio available is through the headset.
a. True
b. False
a. True
10. Flight Interphone system usage is limited to in flight
a. Flight Attendants
b. Flight Deck Crew Members
c. Pilots and flight attendants
d. All of the answers are correct
b. Flight Deck Crew Members
11. When does the Cockpit Voice Recorder operate on the ground?
a. When the Flight Deck door is closed
b. When all the DOOR lights are out
c. When 115V AC power is on the aircraft
c. When 115V AC power is on the aircraft
12. The TEST switch on the Flight Recorder is used on the ground to bypass the engine oil pressure switches.
a. True
b. False
a. True
13. The Flight Deck Voice Recorder on the 737-500 keeps flight deck audio on a _________ loop.
a. 30 minute
b. 45 minute
c. 60 minute
d. 2 hours
a. 30 minute
14. How many VHF communications radios are installed in the B-737-500?
a. Two
b. Three
c. Four
b. Three
15. The -300/500 aircraft have a non-heated Alternate Static Port System
a. True
b. False
a. True
16. How is the Airspeed Cursor Manually set on the Electric Mach/Airspeed Indicator
a. Disengage the autothrottles so the cursor can be set manually
b. Select the manual speed option on the FMC
c. Pull the Manual Airspeed Cursor Control knob out and rotate
d. Push the Manual Airspeed Cursor Control knob in and rotate
c. Pull the Manual Airspeed Cursor Control knob out and rotate
17. There are three Altimeters in the 737-500. Which of the following statements is ture:
a. The Captain’s Electric Altimeter will operate from Standby power
b. The First Officer’s Electric Altimeter will operate normally only when the #2 IRS is aligned
c. The Standby Altimeter operates at all times from the Alternate Static system
c. The Standby Altimeter operates at all times from the Alternate Static system
18. How are the mach/airspeed warning clackers silenced when a over speed occurs?
a. Reduce indicated airspeed below Vmo/Mmo
b. Press either MACH AIRSPEED WARNING TEST switch
c. Pull either MACH AIRSPEED WARNING TEST circuit breaker
a. Reduce indicated airspeed below Vmo/Mmo
19. How many Total Air Temperature (TAT) probes are installed on the 737?
a. One
b. Two
c. Three
d. None
a. One
20. On a 500 aircraft, which components operate inflight with no AC generators available?
a. Clock, EADI, EHSI, Standby Attitude, Standby Airspeed/Altimeter
b. Clock, EADI, EHSI, Electric Mach/Airspeed
c. Clock, EADI, EHSI, RDMI, Standby Airspeed/Altimeter
d. Clock, Captain's RDMI, Standby Attitude, Standby Airspeed/Altimeter
d. Clock, Captain's RDMI, Standby Attitude, Standby Airspeed/Altimeter
21. On a Round Dial -300 which components operate on Standby power?
Not Tested
22. When does the Radio Altimeter (RA) indication become active?
a. Descending through 1500 feet above ground level altitude
b. Descending through 2500 feet above ground level altitude
c. At the altitude selected by RA SET/TEST switch
b. Descending through 2500 feet above ground level altitude
23. Normally, the captain’s AD1 receives its attitude reference from the __________.
a. Left Inertial Reference System (IRS)
b. Left vertical gyro system
c. Right Inertial Navigation System (INS)
a. Left Inertial Reference System (IRS)
24. Which IRS mode selector position are capable of supplying inflight attitude information to the ADIs?
a. ALIGN & NAV
b. NAV & ATT
c. ALIGN & ATT
b. NAV & ATT
25. Which IRS mode selector position normally supplies compass reference information to the respective HSI?
a. NAV
b. ATT
c. ALIGN
a. NAV
26. What is true concerning the IVSI (Instantaneous Vertical Speed Indicators)?
a. The IVSI on the (3) Round Dial is driven by the respective IRS
b. The IVSI will revert to pilot/static sensing in the event of Standby power operation
c. The IVSI on the [5] EFIS aircrafts driven by the respective IRS
c. The IVSI on the [5] EFIS aircrafts driven by the respective IRS
27. What is true concerning the Standby Horizon Indicator on the -500 EFIS aircraft?
a. Operates only when #1 AC transfer bus is powered
b. Glide Slope and Localizer deviation pointer indicates raw data deviations from the #1 NAV Receiver
c. Glide Slope and Localizer pointer information is computed by the Flight Director Computers
b. Glide Slope and Localizer deviation pointer indicates raw data deviations from the #1 NAV Receiver
28. Which of the following Continental B737 models have HF radios installed?
a. B737-500
b. B737-800
c. B737-900
d. B737-1000
a. B737-800
29. With the B737-300/500 model, the vertical speed indicator operates if the battery is the only source of electrical power on the aircraft.
a. True
b. False
c. Maybe
b. False
30. On the B737-500, with audio selector panel (ASP) in the degraded mode, the Captain can only transmit on:
a. #1 VHF COMM
a. #2 VHF COMM
a. #3 VHF COMM
a. Screaming at the FO
a. #1 VHF COMM