Meteorology practice exam

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#1. If the Wind changes from South-West to West it will said to be :

Sorry – Wrong Answer – Ref Page 111 of Cosgrove 8th Edition

#2. Aircraft should always take off:

Sorry – Wrong answer.  Ref Page 114 of Cosgrove 8th Edition

#3. Geostrophic Winds flow:

Sorry – Wrong answer – Ref Page 111 of Cosgrove 8th Edition

#4. DALR is an Abbreviation for:

Sorry – Wrong answer – Ref Page 123 of Cosgrove 8th Edition

#5. As Relative Humidity Increases:

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#6. Disturbed air left behind an aircraft is called:

Sorry Wrong answer – Ref Page 120 of Cosgrove 8th Edition

#7. The rate at which temperature drops with height is called:

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#8. Dew Point refers to :

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#9. If ELR is Greater than the DALR, conditions are said to be :

Sorry – Wrong answer – Ref Page 131 of Cosgrove 8th Edition

#10. Colder Air from the tops of the mountains rolls down the slopes into the lower ground. This is called:

Sorry – Wrong answer – Ref Page 113 of Cosgrove 8th Edition

#11. Air Masses - The Polar Continental type is classed as:

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#12. A cloud with a "Cauliflower" shaped top is called a :

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#13. Air on meeting mountains will rise to pass over them. As it does so, it will cool adiabatically and form cloud. This cloud is called:

Sorry – Wrong Answer – Ref Page 133 of Cosgrove 8th Edition

#14. If  the take-off speed of an aircraft is 45 mph and there is a 10 mph headwind, what groundspeed will the aircraft take off?

Sorry – Wrong answer – Ref Page 114 of Cosgrove 8th Edition

#15. The part of the atmosphere, where all of the weather takes place is called:

Sorry – Wrong answer – Ref Page 122 of Cosgrove 8th Edition

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