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PPL text book sample exam question 72

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tmjd91 created the topic: PPL text book sample exam question 72

Hi Guys,

The correct answer to question 72 is C, 12000ft but i can't see how to get it. You depart YSWG at 0500 for YSCB and then YMER with a surface trough at 0500 from YBTH to YSNW STNR. The entire flight takes place to the west of the trough, so the freezing level appears to be subdivision B of the ARFOR. This is answer B and 9500ft. Could you please point out to me where im going wrong?

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bobtait replied the topic: PPL text book sample exam question 72

That does appear to be a typo. You are correct, the answer should be (b) 9500 feet. Thanks for the feedback. All the best with the exam.
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tmjd91 replied the topic: PPL text book sample exam question 72

Oh well that solved that one! I thought i might have been missing something to do with the time frame of the flight or something along those lines. Thanks for getting back to me so soon Bob! All the best
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