I'm going through a few practice instrument tests and came across a question asking:
"The missed approach for the BARO-VNAV and LNAV is initiated at the" with a correct answer of:
B -- missed approach point.
I'm confused, as "BARO-VNAV and LNAV" reads to me as "LNAV/VNAV" which is listed on an approach plate as having a DA. The materials I've found about it are leaving me somewhat lost as I believe there is also a LNAV+V function, which I understand to be just an advisory glideslope (paired with the LNAV) for a smooth transition down to the MDA. Is this what this question is referring to?
Is the DA on the LNAV/VNAV portion higher than the minimums for the LPV because of the use of WAAS and the fact that it's using a Baro-VNAV which is not as accurate? Or have I missed something? If someone could explain it simply to lay the foundation for me to read further that would be great!