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power setting fuel consumption and true airspeed?

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The question I am asking for help on is for a cessna 172rg and reads like this:

what is the power setting, fuel cosumption and true airspeed for the following:

     65% power, 7500 feet, standard temperature.

     Manifold pressure: ___________  RPM: ____________

     Fuel Consumption: ___________  TAS: ____________

I have fouond in the POH the cruise performance charts, but it doesn't say what 65% power should be.  Im sure I am missing something just not sure what.

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  1. Jim F. on Oct 24, 2012

    Not sure what AIM you have, but mine is an official Cessna book for the 1980 model, and it has the %BHP right there on the cruise performance charts.

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  2. Bin on Oct 26, 2012

    I concur.

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