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Comments for 1.3.1.1.7.A.1
3117 A blue segmented circle on a Sectional Chart depicts which class airspace? A) Class B.

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*B) Class D.
C) Class C.
Anonymous says: 11 Apr 2008
This question is sort of confusing because a segmented circle brings to mind the circle with a wind sock and weather tools. Also, since Class B airspace has a large complicated airspace that is cut up, the segmented term is confusing. Rather than say "segmented blue circle" you could possibly re-phrase it as "the dashed blue line" or something along the lines.
Anonymous says: 11 Apr 2008
This question is sort of confusing because a segmented circle brings to mind the circle with a wind sock and weather tools. Also, since Class B airspace has a large complicated airspace that is cut up, the segmented term is confusing. Rather than say "segmented blue circle" you could possibly re-phrase it as "the dashed blue line" or something along the lines.
Anonymous says: 11 Apr 2008
This question is sort of confusing because a segmented circle brings to mind the circle with a wind sock and weather tools. Also, since Class B airspace has a large complicated airspace that is cut up, the segmented term is confusing. Rather than say "segmented blue circle" you could possibly re-phrase it as "the dashed blue line" or something along the lines.
Anonymous says: 5 Feb 2009
The applicable exams are: PAR There should be no confusion, because this question is referring to sectional charts; not airports. There are no wind indicators or "weather tools" on sectional charts.
Anonymous says: 9 Aug 2009
The explanation should read: Okay, I missed this one because I didn"t fully understand the word "segmented". Class B airspace came to mind when I think of blue... but SOLID blue line. It should read as "A blue segmented (dashed line) circle on a Sectional Chart depicts which class airspace?" thus helping out all of us who aren"t English Majors. Segmented sounds too much like cemented, which is like a solid joint. Yes, sometimes I am a moron, but lets not make flying harder than it has to be. Please feel free to fix this, I gotta run. Fly safe!
Anonymous says: 9 Aug 2009
The explanation should read: Okay, I missed this one because I didn"t fully understand the word "segmented". Class B airspace came to mind when I think of blue... but SOLID blue line. It should read as "A blue segmented (dashed line) circle on a Sectional Chart depicts which class airspace?" thus helping out all of us who aren"t English Majors. Segmented sounds too much like cemented, which is like a solid joint. Yes, sometimes I am a moron, but lets not make flying harder than it has to be. Please feel free to fix this, I gotta run. Fly safe!
Anonymous says: 9 Aug 2009
The explanation should read: Okay, I missed this one because I didn"t fully understand the word "segmented". Class B airspace came to mind when I think of blue... but SOLID blue line. It should read as "A blue segmented (dashed line) circle on a Sectional Chart depicts which class airspace?" thus helping out all of us who aren"t English Majors. Segmented sounds too much like cemented, which is like a solid joint. Yes, sometimes I am a moron, but lets not make flying harder than it has to be. Please feel free to fix this, I gotta run. Fly safe!
Anonymous says: 9 Aug 2009
The explanation should read: Okay, I missed this one because I didn"t fully understand the word "segmented". Class B airspace came to mind when I think of blue... but SOLID blue line. It should read as "A blue segmented (dashed line) circle on a Sectional Chart depicts which class airspace?" thus helping out all of us who aren"t English Majors. Segmented sounds too much like cemented, which is like a solid joint.
Anonymous says: 9 Aug 2009
The explanation should read: Okay, I missed this one because I didn"t fully understand the word "segmented". Class B airspace came to mind when I think of blue... but SOLID blue line.

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It should read as "A blue segmented (dashed line) circle on a Sectional Chart depicts which class airspace?" thus helping out all of us who aren"t English Majors.
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