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What is the best glide speed (Vglide) for a Cessna 172P?

a) 65 kts
b) 42 kts
c) 47 kts
d) 73 kts
e) 160 kts
f) 128 kts

What is the stall speed for a Cessna 172P in the takeoff configuration (Vs)?
a) 51 kts
b) 73 kts
c) 97 kts
d) 85 kts
e) 47 kts
f) 42 kts

What is the stall speed for a Cessna 172P in the landing configuration (Vso)?
a) 59 kts
b) 73 kts
c) 97 kts
d) 85 kts
e) 46 kts
f) 42 kts

What is the best-angle of climb speed (Vx) for a Cessna 172P?


a) 60 kts
b) 73 kts
c) 97 kts
d) 85 kts
e) 47 kts
f) 42 kts

What is the best-rate of climb speed (Vy) for a Cessna 172P?


a) 59 kts
b) 76 kts
c) 97 kts
d) 85 kts
e) 47 kts
f) 42 kts

What is the maximum flaps extended speed (Vfe) for a Cessna 172P?
a) 59 kts
b) 73 kts
c) 97 kts
d) 85 kts
e) 47 kts
f) 42 kts
What is the maximum structural cruise speed (Vno) for a Cessna 172P?
a) 65 kts
b) 42 kts
c) 47 kts
d) 73 kts
e) 160 kts
f ) 127 kts

What is the best glide speed (Vglide) for a Cessna 172P?


a) 65 kts
b) 42 kts
c) 47 kts
d) 73 kts
e) 160 kts
f) 128 kts

What is the never exceed speed (Vne) for a Cessna 172P?


a) 65 kts
b) 42 kts
c) 47 kts
d) 73 kts
e) 158 kts
f) 128 kts

What is the correct emergency procedure for an engine failure in a Cessna 172P?
a) Pitch for best glide (65 kts), look for a place to land and navigate towards that location (if altitude permits,
circle over the landing area, attempt an engine restart, communicate a MAYDAY on 121.5 Mhz and squawk
7700), extend flaps when landing is assured, and land.
b) Pitch for best glide (75 kts), look for a place to land and navigate towards that location (if altitude permits,
circle over the landing area, attempt an engine restart, communicate a MAYDAY on 122.0 Mhz and squawk
7600), extend flaps when landing is assured, and land.
c) Pitch for best glide (60 kts), look for a place to land and navigate towards that location (if altitude permits,
circle over the landing area, attempt an engine restart, communicate a MAYDAY on 121.0 Mhz and squawk
7500), extend flaps when landing is assured, and land.

Why is establishing and maintaining best-glide after an engine failure or intentional shutdown
so critical?
a) An engine failure could cause the airplane to stall if the airspeed isn't at least 65 kts.
b) Establishing best-glide will make it easier for the engine to restart.
c) Best-glide provides the maximum lift to drag ratio.
d) It's not important to maintain best-glide speed once it is intially established.

What should you do if an engine fire occurs on the ground during startup in a Cessna 172P?
a) Immediately shutdown the engine, exit the airplane, and extinguish the flames.
b) Remain in the airplane in case an explosion occurs. Contact emergency services with the radios and wait
until the flames are extinguished before exiting.
c) Exit immediately and leave everything in the plane as is.
d) Continue cranking the engine in an attempt to suck the flames through the carburetor. After fire has been
extinguished by emergency services or through cranking, shutdown and inspect the engine damage.
What should you do if an engine fire occurs while flying in a Cessna 172P?
a) Immediately cut-off all sources of fuel to the engine, pitch for 100+ kts to put out the fire, establish best-glide
after fire is put out, and execute a forced landing at a suitable field.
b) Immediately cut-off all sources of fuel to the engine, pitch for 100+ kts to put out the fire, establish best-glide
after fire is put out, restart the engine and land at the nearest airport.
c) Immediately add full power and pitch down for 100+ kts in an attempt to put out the fire. Once the fire is put
out, return to normal cruise and land at the nearest airport.

What is the maximum gross weight of a Cessna 172P in the normal category?
a) 2300 lbs.
b) 2400 lbs.
c) 2100 lbs.
d) 2000 lbs.
e) 1900 lbs.
f) 1800 lbs.

What are the positive limit load factors for a Cessna 172P in the normal category with the flaps
up?
a) +3.8 and +4.4 respectively.
b) +3.0 and +3.0 respectively.
c) -1.52 and -1.76 respectively.
d) 100%.
e) 150%.
f) 200%.

What are the positive limit load factors for a Cessna 172P in the normal with the flaps down?
a) +3.8 and +4.4 respectively.
b) +3.0 and +3.0 respectively.
c) -1.52 and -1.76 respectively.
d) 100%.
e) 150%.
f ) 200%.

What are the negative limit load factors for a Cessna 172P in the normal with the flaps up?
a) +3.8 and +4.4 respectively.
b) +3.0 and +3.0 respectively.
c) -1.52 and -1.76 respectively.
d) 100%.
e) 150%.
f) 200%.

How much in excess are the design limit load factors than the published limit load factors for a
Cessna 172P?
a) +3.8 and +4.4 respectively.
b) +3.0 and +3.0 respectively.
c) -1.52 and -1.76 respectively.
d) 100%.
e) 150%.
f) 200%.
What value is the redline on the tachometer in a Cessna 172P?
a) 2450 RPM.
b) 2500 RPM.
c) 2550 RPM.
d) 2600 RPM.
e) 2650 RPM.
f) 2700 RPM.

What is the maximum oil capacity in a Cessna 172NP?


a) 6 quarts.
b) 7 quarts.
c) 8 quarts.
d) 9 quarts.
e) 10 quarts.
f) 11 quarts.

In a Cessna 172P, what would happen to the fuel quantity indicators if the electrical system
failed or was shutdown?
a) They would continue to work properly..
b) They would not continue to work properly.

In a Cessna 172P, what is the maximum RPM drop during magneto checks?
a) 75 RPM.
b) 85 RPM.
c) 95 RPM.
d) 105 RPM.
e) 115 RPM.
f) 125 RPM.

What type of engine is installed in the Cessna 172P and how much horsepower can it exert?
a) Lycoming O-360 rated with 180 HP at 2700 RPM.
b) Lycoming O-320 rated with 160 HP at 2700 RPM.
c) Lycoming O-330 rated with 172 HP at 2700 RPM.
d) Lycoming O-540 rated with 230 HP at 2750 RPM.

What is the fuel capacity for a standard Cessna 172P, and how much is usable?
a) 55 Gallons, 5 unusable.
b) 50 Gallons, 3 unusable.
c) 45 Gallons, 4 unusable.
d) 43 Gallons, 3 unusable.

What is required in order for an airplane to be airworthy?


a) Maintenance and Inspections required by CASR Parts 43 and 91.
b) Equipment, Certificates, and Documents Required by CASR Part 91.
c) All of the Above in addition to equipment required by the Airplane's equipment list in section 6 of the AFM.
d) Both A and B are correct.
How much do you want to fly the C172?
a) Not Really.
b) Somewhat.
c) Pretty much.
d) Really much!