Questions of the week of 02/10/19

(Paul Lesieur, CMI) #1

Welcome to another round of Questions of The Week!

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Questions of the week:**

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The questions**

  1. Which statement is false? A drone operator **

a. Must not fly the drone faster than 100 MPH ground speed
b. Must not fly the drone higher than 1000 ft above ground level.
c. Must not fly the drone with visibility less than 3 statute miles
d. The minimum distance from clouds must be no less than 500 feet below a cloud and no less than 2000 feet horizontally from the cloud.

2. Drone use is not allowed within a 15 mile radius of
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a. A military base
b. State capital buildings
c. Airports
d. All of the above

  1. A minimum grade of _______ is required to pass FAA’s Part 107 exam**

a. 65%
b. 70%
c. 75%
d. 80%

4. You can fly a drone over people if you have written consent from the people (may have more than one correct answer)

a. Yes, as long as you have written proof of consent.
b. No, you cannot legally fly over people consent or not
c. Yes, if the people have overhead protection like an awning or shelter roof
d. Yes if flying inside an enclosed space

(Paul Lesieur, CMI) #2

Bump!

(Tim Williams, CPI) #3
  1. B
  2. B
  3. B
  4. A & c
(Marcel R. Cyr, CMI) #4

I guess we will find out who is qualified to fly a Drone Paul.
Those are good questions.

(Steve Nadeau) #5

1 b
2 c
3 b
4 a, d

(Dave Fetty, CMI) #6

B
E US Capital Building

B
A c
:lol:

(Roy Lewis, CMI - North Florida Inspector) #7

B
D
b
a & c

(Paul Lesieur, CMI) #8

Question 4 has 2 correct answers based on the 2018 version of the 107. There is a 2016 version all over the internet as well as state rules. This is a tough question and I will defend my source. In retrospect I wish I had chosen a different question but it is a legitimate question.

(Dave Fetty, CMI) #9

Good questions Paul! Thanks for your time!

(Roy Lewis, CMI - North Florida Inspector) #10

Yep!

(Daniel W. Levia, CMI, CCHI) #11

Good ones Paul!

(Paul Lesieur, CMI) #12

Thanks you guys. I always enjoy challenging the pros.

(William Forrest, CMI) #13
  1. b
  2. a
  3. b
  4. b, c
(Tim Williams, CPI) #14

I agree Dave - I picked what I felt was the next best option!:slight_smile:

(Paul Lesieur, CMI) #15

I have to cancel this group of questions

I apologize but I found conflicting information from the FAA site as well as language that said the rules can be interpreted.

I apologize for this but its not fair to you when you can legitimately argue the answers. The FAA like many government organizations often does make the rules hazy.

According to my official source the answers are:

  1. B
  2. C
  3. B (Now its 5 miles or get permission from the airport)
  4. B,D (This was also changed and has new language including whether the overhead protection is stationary or not)

My latest information comes from a December 2018 update.

Again, I apologize
but I would rather have egg on my face than create an incorrect set of questions.

Questions are closed.

(Roy Lewis, CMI - North Florida Inspector) #16

Paul
Thanks for your time. I understand how messed up it can be to find the correct questions.
However, It’s no big deal.
We all understand and appreciate all you guys do .

Have a great day.

(Marcel R. Cyr, CMI) #17

Thanks Paul for doing all this research. :slight_smile:

(Paul Lesieur, CMI) #18

Yeah, I did do quite a bit of Googling for this one. I’ll be more careful next time. Thanks for your understanding.

(John Olson) #19

Thanks for the work Paul, it’s been a long winter. Sit back with a great cup of coffee and enjoy the winter.

(Larry Kage, CMI) #20

No problem, it takes work. And, thanks for doing it. :slight_smile: