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10-44. 10-45. 10-46. A dip correction of 10 feet equals how  many  miles? 1. 2 2. 3 3. 5 4. 8 How should parallax always be applied? 1. Added 2. Subtracted 3. Multiplied 4. Divided Which celestial body has the smallest  parallax? 10-47. 1. A star 2. A  planet 3. The  Moon 4. The  Sun When you observe the moons lower 10-48. 10-49. 10-50. 10-51. limb,  how  is  semidiameter  applied? 1. Add  only  in  south  latitudes 2. Subtracted  only  in  south latitudes 3.    Always added 4. Always subtracted How many minutes of arc should usually be used to correct semidiameter  for  the  sun? 1. 5 2. 10 3. 16 4. 20 Which publication(s) contain tables  that  combine  refraction, parallax,  and  semidiameter? 1.    Nautical Almanac only 2. H.O. 229 only 3. H.O. 249 4. Nautical  Almanac  and  H.O.  229 What is the sum if the index error is +.3 and the dip is -1.1? 1. -.8 2. +.8 3. -1.4 4. +1.4 What is the Ho if the Ha is 24°16.0'  and  the  altitude correction  is  45.4'? 1. 23°30.6' 2. 23°47.2' 3. 24°61.4' 4. 25°01.4' IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 10-52 THROUGH 10-63, REFER TO FIGURES 10-B, 10-C, 10-D, 10-E, AND 10-F, LOCATED AT THE END OF THIS ASSIGNMENT. YOUR SHIP IS UNDERWAY IN THE ATLANTIC  AND  YOU  SHOOT  A  MORNING  SUNLINE. THE  FOLLOWING  INFORMATION  IS  GIVEN: DATE: 1 MARCH 1984 DR LATITUDE: 32°14.0'N DR LONGITUDE: 18°54.0'W GMT: 11-27-30 HEIGHT OF EYE: 32 FT ON THE ARC: 1.0' hs: 41°31.3 10-52. What  is  the  IC  correction? 10-53. 10-54. 10-55. 10-56. 10-57. 10-58. 1. 0 2. +1.0 3. -1.0 4. -2.0 What  is  the  altitude  correction? 1. +14.9 2. -14.9 3. +15.2 4. -15.2 What is the Ho? 1. 41°09.6' 2. 41°24.8' 3. 41°36.5' 4. 41°40.0' What is the total GHA? 1. 331°00.0' 2. 335°29.2' 3. 341°54.7' 4. 348°47.2' What is the LHA? 1. 324° 2. 330° 3. 346° 4. 356° What is the d corrn? 1. - .5 2. + .5 3. -1.0 4. +1.0 What is the Dee Inc/d? 1. 23.8 / +49.6 2. 24.8 / -49.6 3. 24.9 / +52.7 4. 25.3 / -53.4 64

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