The CRP-1 is something you need to be familiar with for theory training. It is the basis of making calculations in pre-flight planning. You will need to be able to use CRP-1 to answer your theory exam questions.
- 40 Calculations
- Step By Step Instructions
- Live, Illustrated Example
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Example Question From The Course:
CRP-1 – Calculating Distance Off-track From A VOR/DME
Your actual radial from the VOR is 155˚ and your desired radial you want to be on is 162˚. The DME range from the beacon is 17 NM. What is the distance off- track between the radials?
|Step 2: Move the red cursor over the DME range from the beacon on the inner scale.|
Step 3: Read off the distance off -track on the outer scale. So in this case the distance off -track is 1.98 NM.