Rod Machado's Private Pilot Workbook Updates
The following are updates for Rod Machado's Private Pilot Workbook.
The following are corrections or update for Rod Machado's Private Pilot Workbook. Please look at the changes or corrections below and make a note of these changes on a Post-it and place it next to the area that changed in your book.
Update on 2-16-2018
On page P3, Chapter 16, the graphic should look like this. The answer remains the same (A). The arm on the right side of the fulcrum is 6 feet, not 11 feet.
Airport-Facility Directory is now the Digital Chart Supplement
Note: The FAA has changed the name of the Airport/Facility Directory (A/FD) to the Digital Chart Supplement (d-CS). This change is updated in all ebooks as of 5-1-2017 and will be updated in all printed books upon the next reprinting
Workbook & Exam Updates 6-11-2014, Page R17, Question #29 The answer to question 29 is C:
Workbook & Exam Updates 9-4-13 Page F3 , Question #26 The answer to #26 is B, but it should read: (60, 24).
Page O7, Question #39 Answer A should read 10 minutes and 2.2 gallons.
Workbook & Exam Updates 7-16-11 Page O13 , Questions 20-Answer. The temperature line should begin at 15 degrees C and follow the standard temperature line upward and to the left to 5,000 feet PA as shown below. The answer remains the same.
Workbook & Exam Updates 7-16-11 Page O14 , The answer to Question 36 is A, not C.
Workbook & Exam Updates 6-10-08 Page Q8 , Questions 78, 79. These questions are no longer valid and are not covered in the second edition of the Private Pilot Handbook.
Workbook & Exam Updates 6-10-08 Page Q8 & Q9 , Questions 89-92 & 98. The locations for the answers to these questions have changed in the second edition of the Private Pilot Handbook as follows:
Workbook & Exam Updates 6-10-08 Page R36, Questions 57 & 60. The locations for the answers to these questions have changed in the second edition of the Private Pilot Handbook as follows:
Workbook & Exam Updates 11-17-07 Page G3 , Questions 13. The question should read, "The large yellow X markings indicate a...." And the accompanying Figure in the workbook should look like the one to the right and below.