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Turn and slip indicator indicate which of the following a. Aircraft lateral altitude during cruise and level flight b. Slip or slid c. Rate of turn d. All

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  1. Brent on Nov 14, 2013

    I assume you meant “lateral attitude” and “slip or skid”.

    If you really want help with your aeronautics class homework, I would suggest you at least mention how you’ve thought through the question and what part is confusing you. This would have two benefits: 1) Since this is a website oriented towards helping people learn to fly, seeing your thought process would help other students who might be struggling with the same concepts and 2) it lets the people who might potentially answer the question know that you’ve put some effort into it before they bother applying their own effort.

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  2. Brian on Nov 15, 2013

    It’s definitely the sled indicator recording lateral altitude. Want a reference? Ask Santa.

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  3. Jim F. on Nov 20, 2013

    After reading your questions, I suggest you actually read a few books and do a bit of studying before getting on here and wanting free hand-outs. If you can’t bother with simple things like these few, perhaps you would be better suited not in aviation (and aviation would be better suited without you…).

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