JAA ATPL Question 4400

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A Pilot Is Using A Polar Stereographic Chart Whose Grid Is Parallel To The Zero Meridian, With Grid North In The Direction Of The North Geographic Pole.In Polar Regions, The Pilot Stops Navigation In Free-gyro Mode After Leaving The 6 Microteslas Zone, And The Grid Heading Controlled By Information From The Inertial Navigation System (INS) Is 045°. After Switching To ""magnetic Mode"", The Compass Heading Is 220°. The INS Position At This Moment Is 76°N 180°W. The Magnetic Variation On The Chart Is 10°E.The Compass Shift On This Heading At This Point In Time Is: #atpl #jaa #dgca #pilot #aviation
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