FAA 14 CFR part 107 Practice Exam Airman Knowledge Testing Supplement for Sport Pilot, Recreational Pilot, and Private Pilot(FAA-CT-8080-2G) Welcome to your Remote Pilot Unmanned Aircraft System Practice Exam Name 1. (Refer to Figure 25, area 4.) The floor of Class B airspace overlying Hicks Airport (T67) north-northwest of Fort Worth Meacham Field is 3,200 feet MSL 4,000 feet MSL. at the surface.2. Every physical process of weather is accompanied by, or is the result of, a pressure differential. heat exchange movement of air.3. Which of these operations must comply with 14 CFR Part 107? Public and military operations. Civil and public operations. Civil operations.4. (Refer to Figure 26, area 1.) You have been asked to inspect the tower just north of Binford. What restrictions should the Remote PIC be concerned with prior to operating the sUAS? None, the tower is in Class G airspace up to 1,200 AGL. Class E airspace begins at the ground as indicated by the blue hashed lines surrounding the area. Restricted airspace exists around the tower thus permission is required from the controlling agency.5. According to 14 CFR Part 48, when must a person register a small UA with the Federal Aviation Administration? When the small UA is used for any purpose other than as a model aircraft. All civilian small UAs weighing greater than .55 pounds must be registered regardless of its intended use. Only when the operator will be paid for commercial services.6. You plan to operate a 33 lb sUAS to capture aerial imagery over real estate for use in sales listings. What FAA regulation is this sUAS operation subject to? 14 CFR Part 101. 14 CFR Part 107. This operation is not subject to FAA regulations.7. You have received authorization to operate an sUAS at an airport. When flying the sUAS, the ATC tower instructs you to stay clear of all runways. Which situation would indicate that you are complying with this request? You are on the double dashed yellow line side of markings near the runway. You are over dashed white lines in the center of the pavement. You are on the double solid yellow line side of markings near the runway.8. What can help a pilot mitigate stress? Increasing stress tolerance. Removing stress from personal life. Breathing into a paper bag.9. According to 14 CFR Part 107, the responsibility to inspect the small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) to ensure it is in safe operating condition rests with the Owner of the sUAS. Remote Pilot-in-Command. Visual Observer.10. What causes variations in altimeter settings between weather reporting points? Coriolis force. Unequal heating of the Earth's surface. Variation of terrain elevation.11. Where can you find information about operating in an MOA along your planned route of flight? Aeronautical Information Manual. Sectional chart. Chart supplement.12. A common cause of sUAS flyaway events is loss of GPS signals. frequency interference. persons standing close to the control station antenna.13. An FDC NOTAM will typically contain information regarding military operations. regarding available hard surface runways. regarding public gatherings of large groups.14. In accordance with 14 CFR Part 107, you may operate an sUAS from a moving vehicle when no property is carried for compensation or hire over suburban areas. over a parade or other social event. over a sparsely populated area.15. (Refer to Figure 78) What is the minimum base of the cloud layer to fly to the top of the towers 4 NM east of Onawa (K36)? 792 feet AGL. 1,335 feet MSL. 292 feet AGL.16. When operating an unmanned aircraft, the remote pilot-in-command should consider that the load factor on the wings or rotors may be increased anytime the gross weight is reduced. the CG is shifted rearward to the aft CG limit. the aircraft is subjected to maneuvers other than straight and level flight.17. To satisfy medical requirements, all sUAS crew members must complete a physical with an Aviation Medical Examiner. hold a valid third-class medical certificate. be free of any physical or mental condition that would interfere with the safe operation of the small unmanned aircraft system.18. When loading cameras or other equipment on an sUAS, mount the items in a manner that is visible to the visual observer or other crewmembers. can be easily removed without the use of tools. does not adversely affect the center of gravity.19. An extreme case of a pilot getting behind the aircraft can lead to the operational pitfall of loss of workload. loss of situational awareness. internal stress.20. What feature is normally associated with the cumulus stage of a thunderstorm? Frequent lightning. Roll cloud. Continuous updraft.21. What should a remote pilot do if the sUAS they are operating collides with a bird or wildlife? Report the collision to ATC. File a wildlife strike report with the FAA. File an accident report with the NTSB.22. The most critical conditions of launch performance are the result of some combination of high gross weight, altitude, temperature, and unfavorable wind. obstacles surrounding the launch site. powerplant systems.23. Entries into traffic patterns by manned aircraft while descending create specific collision hazards and should be used whenever possible. should be avoided. are illegal.24. What situation is most conducive to the formation of radiation fog? The movement of cold air over much warmer water. Warm, moist air over low, flatland areas on clear, calm nights. Moist, tropical air moving over cold, offshore water.25. An autonomous operation requires the following crewmembers. Remote PIC. Remote PIC, Visual Observer. Remote PIC, Visual Observer, Person manipulating the controls.26. (Refer to Figure 71, area 6) Sky Way Airport is a restricted military stage field within restricted airspace. an airport restricted to use by private and recreational pilots. a nonpublic use airport.27. What action, if any, is appropriate if the remote pilot deviates from Part 107 during an emergency? File a report to the FAA Administrator, as soon as possible. File a detailed report to the FAA Administrator, upon request. Take no special action since you are pilot-in-command.28. In which situation is advection fog most likely to form? A light breeze blowing colder air out to sea. An air mass moving inland from the coast in winter. A warm, moist air mass on the windward side of mountains.29. (Refer to Figure 20, area 3.) You need to operate your sUAS in close proximity of the Elizabeth City CGAS RGL (ECG) airport. What frequency should be used to contact ATC? 122.95. 124.375. 120.50.30. Thunderstorms reach their greatest intensity during the downdraft stage. mature stage. cumulus stage.31. An increase in load factor will cause an unmanned aircraft to stall at a higher airspeed. have a tendency to spin. be more difficult to control.32. You have received an outlook briefing from flight service through 1800wxbrief.com. The briefing indicates you can expect a low-level temperature inversion with high relative humidity. What weather conditions would you expect? Turbulent air, poor visibility, fog, low stratus type clouds, and showery precipitation. Light wind shear, poor visibility, haze, and light rain. Smooth air, poor visibility, fog, haze, or low clouds.33. (Refer to Figure 12). The remarks section for KMDW has "RAB35" listed. This entry means blowing mist has reduced the visibility to 1-1/2 SM. rain began at 1835Z. the barometer has risen .35" Hg.34. You have accepted football tickets in exchange for using your sUAS to videotape a future construction zone. What FAA regulation is this sUAS operation subject to? This operation is not subject to FAA regulations. 14 CFR Part 107. 14 CFR Part 101.35. You wish to start a local delivery business using an sUAS to drop small packages at the front door of customer. The customer's residence is not always within visual line-of-sight (VLOS) of the Remote PIC located at the delivery facility. Under which circumstances would this be authorized? By utilizing a vehicle to follow the sUAS while enroute to maintain VLOS. With a waiver from the FAA. There is currently no way to do this in compliance with AC 107-2.36. The remote PIC may operate how many sUAS at a time? 5. No more than 2. 1.37. A UAS loaded with the most rearward center of gravity is more stable at fast speeds. less stable at all speeds. more stable at slow speeds38. What will a convective SIGMET be issued for? Visibility less than 3 miles. Surface winds greater than 40 knots. Squall line thunderstorms.39. During the preflight inspection who is responsible for determining the aircraft is safe for flight? The certificated mechanic who performed the annual inspection. The owner or operator. The Remote Pilot in Command.40. When a manned aircraft is approaching to land at an airport in Class G airspace without an operating control tower, the pilot will fly a left-hand traffic pattern at 800 feet AGL. make all turns to the left, unless otherwise indicated. enter and fly a traffic pattern at 800 feet AGL.41. The basic weather minimums for operating an sUAS up to the 400 feet AGL limit are 900-foot ceiling and 3 mile visibility. clear of clouds and 2 miles visibility. 2,000-foot ceiling and 1 miles visibility.42. If the outside air temperature (OAT) at a given altitude is warmer than standard, the density altitude is equal to pressure altitude. lower than pressure altitude. higher than pressure altitude.43. Within how many days must an sUAS accident be reported to the FAA? 30 days. 90 days. 10 days.44. (Refer to Figure 23, area 3.) What is the floor of the Savannah Class C airspace at the shelf area (outer circle)? 1,700 feet MSL. 1,300 feet MSL. 1,300 feet AGL.45. (Refer to Figure 2.) If an unmanned airplane weighs 33 pounds, what approximate weight would the airplane structure be required to support during a 30 degree banked turn while maintaining altitude? 34 pounds. 47 pounds. 38 pounds.46. What conditions are necessary for the formation of thunderstorms? Lifting force, moist air, and extensive cloud cover. High humidity, high temperature, and cumulus clouds. High humidity, lifting force, and unstable conditions.47. Which of the following sources of information should you consult first when determining what maintenance should be performed on an sUAS or its components? Manufacturer guidance. 14 CFR Part 107. Local pilot best practices.48. You are operating a 1,280 g (2.8 lb) quadcopter for your own enjoyment. What FAA regulation is this sUAS operation subject to? This operation is not subject to FAA regulations. 14 CFR Part 107. 14 CFR Part 48.49. (Refer to Figure 21.) What airport is located approximately 47 (degrees) 40 (minutes) N latitude and 101 (degrees) 26 (minutes) W longitude? Garrison Airport. Semshenko Airport. Mercer County Regional Airport.50. Each person who holds a pilot certificate, a U.S. driver's license, or a medical certificate shall present it for inspection upon the request of the Administrator, the National Transportation Safety Board, or any authorized representative of the Department of State. authorized Administrator of the Department of Transportation. federal, state, or local law enforcement officer.51. Which would most likely result in hyperventilation? Emotional tension, anxiety, or fear. The excessive consumption of alcohol. An extremely slow rate of breathing and insufficient oxygen.52. What effect does high density altitude have on the efficiency of a UA propeller? Propeller efficiency is increased. Density altitude does not affect propeller efficiency. Propeller efficiency is decreased.53. In what stage are thunderstorms the strongest? Dissipating. Cumulus. Mature.54. The development of thermals depends upon solar heating a counterclockwise circulation of air. temperature inversions.55. When setting up the location of the control station and placement of crewmembers for an afternoon flight, which of the following would be most appropriate for ensuring that vision is not impaired by the environment? The operation should be set up so that the Remote PIC and crewmembers can face east. The operation should be set up so that the Remote PIC and crewmembers are facing any reflective objects in the area. The operation should be set up so that the Remote PIC and crewmembers can face west.56. (Refer to Figure 69.) You are inspecting the lighted towers approximately 8 NM SW of the Corpus Christi Intl airport (CRP). What is the lowest cloud cover that will enable you to inspect the top of the tower? 1,054 feet MSL. 1,104 feet MSL. 1,604 feet MSL57. What is the best way for a remote pilot to determine the likelihood of local fog formation? Monitor the temperature/dew point spread. Monitor the wind conditions to insure the wind speed is not increasing. Monitor the barometric pressure to insure that it is not decreasing.58. Sunrise is 0645. When can you launch your sUAS operation? 0645. 0715. 0615.59. (Refer to Figure 24, area 1.) How close can the Remote PIC fly their sUAS to the Majors airport (GVT) without having to contact ATC? 4 Statute Miles (SM). 4 Nautical Miles (NM). Remote PICs must contact ATC whenever operating within the magenta shading on Sectional Charts.60. The term "angle of attack" is defined as the angle between the airplane's climb angle and the horizon. formed by the longitudinal axis of the airplane and the chord line of the wing. between the wing chord line and the relative wind.