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13-12. 13-13. 13-14. 13-15. What is the average speed during this  period? 1. 15 kn 2. 16 kn 3. 18 kn 4. 21 kn Who normally gives the helmsman steering  orders? 1. OOD 2. JOOD 3. Navigator 4. Conning  officer A master helmsman must have the ship on course prior to surrendering  the  wheel  to  his relief. 1. True 2. False When should the words "port" and "starboard"  be  used  in  helm orders? 1. Only when there can be no doubt  of  which  direction  to turn 2. Only when there is a master helmsman  on  the  wheel 3. Always 4. Never IN  ANSWERING  QUESTIONS  13-16  THROUGH 13-19,  SELECT  THE  RUDDER  ANGLE  FROM  COLUMN B THAT MATCHES THE HELM ORDER IN COLUMN A. RESPONSES ARE USED ONLY ONCE. A.  HELM  ORDER B.  RUDDER  ANGLE 13-16. Standard  rudder 1. 0° 13-17. Full  rudder 2. 30° 13-18. Hard  rudder 3. 35° 13-19. Rudder amidships 4.  Different  for each  ship 13-25  . 13-26  . IN  ANSWERING  QUESTIONS  13-20  THROUGH 13-23, SELECT THE ACTION FROM COLUMN B THAT MATCHES THE HELM ORDER IN COLUMN A. RESPONSES ARE USED ONLY ONCE. A. HELM ORDER B. ACTION 13-20. MEET  HER 1.  Continue  to steer the 13-21. STEADY AS course  you SHE GOES are  heading 13-22. KEEP HER SO 2. Note the ship's  head 13-23. MARK YOUR HEAD at the time of the command 3. Steady on the course  you are heading at the time of the  command 4. Check the swing of the ship 13-24. You are the helmsman, and YOU are steering a course of 320°. If the conning  officer  orders  a  change  of course to 325°, which of the following  orders  is  usually  given? 1. RIGHT STANDARD RUDDER, STEADY ON COURSE 325° 2. STEADY ON COURSE 325° 3. COME RIGHT TO 325° 4. COME  STARBOARD  TO  325° Which of the following is NOT an order to steady the ship on the course at the time the order is given? 1. MEET  HER 2. STEADY 3. STEADY AS YOU GO 4. STEADY AS SHE GOES The  conning  officer  notes  that  the helmsman  is  off  course  and  warns the helmsman of this fact. Which of  the  following  orders  should  be given? 1. KEEP HER SO 2. MARK YOUR HEAD 3. INCREASE  YOUR  RUDDER 4. MIND  YOUR  RUDDER 85

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