Category C quiz
Category C starts on page 47 of the SIM: https://uspa.org/Portals/0/files/Man_SIM_2018.pdf
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In flat and stable freefall at terminal velocity, how long does it take an average jumper to fall 1,000 feet? *
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What is the correct procedure for recovering from instability in the belly-to-earth position? *
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If you are unstable on your back at the planned deployment altitude what should you do? *
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What is the purpose of the wave-off before deployment? *
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What is the purpose of the parachute landing fall (PLF), and why is it important for skydivers? *
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What part of the landing pattern is most dangerous to skydivers? *
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How do higher wind speeds affect the planned landing pattern as compared to the pattern plan for a calm day? *
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In moderately strong winds, how far downwind of an obstacle would you expect to find turbulence? *
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What is the best procedure to use when flying your canopy in turbulent conditions? *
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What weather conditions and wind direction(s) are most likely to cause turbulence at your drop zone? *
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Why is it important to protect your parachute system operation handles when in and around the aircraft? *
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Describe the equipment pre-flight strategy to use before putting on your gear. *
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How does the three-ring main canopy release system disconnect the main parachute from the harness? *
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How do you know if a reserve parachute has been packed by an FAA rigger within the last 180 days? *
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How do you know the reserve container has not been opened since the FAA rigger last closed it? *
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If the surface winds are blowing from west to east, which direction will you face to fly the downwind leg of the landing pattern? *
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If your exit weight is 200 lbs and the parachute you are jumping is 260 square feet what will your wing loading be? *
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Which canopy size (same model design) will exhibit quicker control response? A) 210-square feet with a 210-pound jumper (geared up) B) 170 square feet with a 170-pound jumper (geared up) *
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When is it OK to attempt a stand-up landing? *
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