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4-23. What part of a ship should a coxswain use as the point of departure from a ship? 1. The  ship's  bow 2. The  anchor  buoy 3. The  sea  painter 4. The  accommodation  ladder 4-24. When  using  a  magnetic  compass,  what distance should the coxswain be from a ship before taking a magnetic  compass  reading? 1. 20 yd 2. 50 yd 3. 80 yd 4. 100 yd 4-25. What term defines the amount of compass offset from true north and the direction of the Earth's magnetic  fields? 1. Variation 2. Deviation 3. Compass  error 4. Correcting  compass  course 4-26. Assume true course, taken from a chart, is 030°; variation from the same chart is 3°W; and deviation from the same chart table is 2°W. What is the compass course? 1. 030° 2. 032° 3. 033° 4. 035° 4-27. When two ships meet head on, each ship must change course to starboard to pass in what direction? 1. Port-to-port 2. Port-to-starboard 3. Starboard-to-port 4. Starboard-to-starboard 4-28. What  term  describes  a  power-driven vessel that is in a crossing situation close enough to involve the risk of collision? 1. Constrained  vessel 2. Give-way  vessel 3. Stand-on  vessel 4. Crossing  vessel 4-29. Your vessel has received the whistle  signal  of  two  prolonged blasts followed by one short blast. How  should  you  acknowledge  receipt of this signal? 1. One  short  blast 2. One prolonged blast and one short  blast 3. One  prolonged  blast,  one  short blast,  and  one  prolonged  blast 4. One  prolonged  blast,  one  short blast,  one  prolonged  blast,  and one short blast 4-30. What  underway  situation  occurs  when the mast of two vessels, when viewed from each other, are in line? 1. Crossing 2. Meeting 3. Overtaking 4. Give-way 4-31. Under  International  Rules,  a warning signal of one short blast by a ship's whistle has what meaning? 1. I AM ALTERING MY COURSE TO PORT 2. I AM ALTERING MY COURSE TO STARBOARD 3. I AM OPERATING ASTERN PROPULSION 4. I AM DEAD IN THE WATER 4-32. What  international  whistle  signal means I INTEND TO OVERTAKE YOU ON YOUR  STARBOARD  SIDE? 1. One short blast 2. One  prolonged  blast 3. One prolonged blast followed by one short blast 4. Two  prolonged  blasts  followed by one short blast 22

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