Weather – QUIZ
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The sun is the major source of all weatherCorrectIncorrect
It is the PIC’s responsibility to check and consider the weather conditions prior to and during every unmanned aircraft flight.CorrectIncorrect
A lower concentration of sunrays produces high heat radiation over a given surface area.CorrectIncorrect
Warmer air has a tendency to descend (associated with low pressure systems).CorrectIncorrect
Unequal heating causes pressure variations resulting in changes to barometric altimeter settings between weather reporting points.CorrectIncorrect
Local conditions, geological features, and other anomalies will not change the wind direction and wind speed close to the Earth’s surface.CorrectIncorrect
Plowed ground, rocks, sand, barren land, pavement, and urban areas give off a large amount of heat and are likely to result in updrafts whereas water, trees, and other areas of vegetation tend to absorb and retain heat and are likely to result in downdraftsCorrectIncorrect
PAVE is part of pre-flight planning that all pilots need to evaluate. PAVE stands for:CorrectIncorrect
If in-flight changes occur in the PAVE criteria, then consider CARE which is:CorrectIncorrect
The PAVE and CARE checklists are your virtual co-pilot, the challenging voice in the back of your head that causes you to evaluate each flight management decision you make and validate that decision against a personal standard rather than just winging it.CorrectIncorrect