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  1.      Defined in Latitude and Longitude, Montreal is at approximately
      1. 45N 074W
      2. 45N 074E
      3. 22.5S 122E
      4. 074N 045W
  2.      A straight line drawn on a VNC chart and measured against a line of longitude for direction will give you
      1. Magnetic Track
      2. True Track
      3. True Heading
      4. Magnetic Heading
  3.      The distance between unit lines on that same line of  longitude is
      1. One statute mile
      2. One nautical mile and one degree of latitude
      3. One nautical mile and one minute of latitude
      4. One statute mile and one degree of latitude
  1.      In Montreal, the magnetic compass points at
      1. The North Pole
      2. The Magnetic North Pole
      3. The molten magma under the earth’s crust
      4. The magnetic field created by the movement of said magma
  2.      The difference between true and magnetic direction is called _________ and is caused by _________.
      1. Deviation; stray magnetic fields in the cockpit
      2. Deviation; the difference in position between the magnetic pole and the earth’s axis
      3. Variation; stray magnetic fields in the cockpit
      4. Variation; the difference in position between the magnetic pole and the earth’s axis
  3.      The elevation (height above mean sea level) is shown on the VNC chart as
      1. Big numbers in each grid
      2. Small numbers at point elevations
      3. Small numbers at inverted V’s – obstacles
      4. Colours
      5. All of the above
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