Module 5. Digital techniques / Electronic instrument systems
Data is usually stored in • RAM. • ROM. • EEPROM.
josephedwinpugh asking: • I have found that other platforms have differing answers for this question. Surely the type of data has to be specified here? RAM is a scratchpad, volatile memory, and ROM is non volatile and permanent, for start up programming etc. Could someone help clarify it better? Or is it poor questioning?
Module 11. Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems
An aircraft flying below the tropopause descends at a constant True Airspeed. Its Mach. No. will • not change. • increase. • decrease.
subufer asking: • True airspeed/speed of sound = mach number. So if descending below tropopause doesn’t it mean that Mach number will increase at constant aircraft airspeed? Since the temperature will rise?
Or I am getting it wrong?