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Calculating Rate of Climb

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If the density height is 3,000 ft, what would be the ROC required if you have H/WD of 15 kts and the TOW is 2620KG?

Sir if the question is given this way in casa exam, where would I get the Tas to calculate the GS?

Where would I get the IAS to plot against density height and get the tas?

Thank you..need clarification on this..
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In addition to speeds, one might like to know the purpose of the question - ie are we setting out to achieve a step crossing etc., or what ?

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one of my friend got it from the casa exam last week. I think this question might need the use of the supplement table which is not in the vfr book let. The table that contains weights and tas at different power settings..for example weight of 2500kg,75% power and tas of 160kts. ?
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