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1. Mathematics
1. Mathematics
2. Physics
2. Physics
3. Electrical fundamentals
3. Electrical fundamentals
4. Electronic fundamentals
4. Electronic fundamentals
5. Digital techniques / Electronic instrument systems
5. Digital techniques / Electronic instrument systems
6. Materials & hardware
6. Materials & hardware
7. Maintenance practices
7. Maintenance practices
8. Basic aerodynamics
8. Basic aerodynamics
9. Human factors
9. Human factors
10. Aviation legislation
10. Aviation legislation
11.  Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems
11. Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems
12. Helicopter aerodynamics, structures and systems
12. Helicopter aerodynamics, structures and systems
13. Aircraft aerodynamics, structures and systems
13. Aircraft aerodynamics, structures and systems
14. Propulsion
14. Propulsion
15. Gas turbine engine
15. Gas turbine engine
17. Propeller
17. Propeller

Last comments in Q&A

zyle has left comment on zyle's question:
Almost everything is up to date, there is few mistakes, I passed M10 with these questions Read comment

deven has left comment on zyle's question:
can anyone tell me ..is these questions are up to date ...i heard to pass module 10 you have to read up to date rules and regulations ...is there anyone who can tell me ...? Read comment

JD2016 has left comment on Ielgazali's question:
All of the above assumes that you want the aircraft to return to straight flight. A famous Battle of Britain Spitfire pilot called Bob Doe used set his rudder trim in the combat area so that the aircraft would fly yawing to the left or right, because any enemy about to train his guns on him from behind would aim for a point ahead of where the nose was pointing. By using the trim the aircraft track and the nose direction were not the same!
:) :) Read comment

JD2016 has left comment on tijaku's question:
I think this is a problem of wording.
The MNA is displaced i.e. moved in the opposite direction to the direction of rotation. If the armature rotation is clockwise,the the MNA is some number of degrees behind, in the anti-clockwise direction, but everything still rotates clockwise. The wording could lead you to believe that the armature rotates clockwise and the MNA rotates anti-clockwise. Read comment

pB1B2 has left comment on santro's question:
I think the answer is wrong:
The refrigerant should have low boiling point and low freezing point.
2) It must have low specific heat and high latent heat. Because high specific heat decreases the refrigerating effect per kg of refrigerant and high latent heat at low temperature increases the refrigerating effect per kg of
refrigerant.
3) The pressures required to be maintained in the evaporator and condenser
should be low enough to reduce the material cost and must be positive to
avoid leakage of air into the system.
4) It must have high critical pressure and temperature to avoid large power
requirements
so the answer is A Read comment

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