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2-41. Refer to figure 2-8 in your text. If the magnetic course is 030° (DG ON), what is the approximate compass  course? 1. 028° 2. 029° 3. 030° 4. 031° 2-42. What is the compass deviation for a magnetic  course  of  195°  (DG  ON)? 1. 0.0° 2. .5°W 3. .5°E 4. 1.5°E 2-43. The bearing of a range is 081° magnetic, and your ship's magnetic compass reads 079.5°. What is the compass  deviation? 1. 1.5°E 2. 1.5°W 3. 2.0°E 4. 2.0°W 2-44. Your ship is in the northern hemisphere. What is the rule for applying  deviation  to  the  magnetic compass  course  to  achieve  compass course? 1. Add east deviation, and add west deviation 2. Add east deviation, and subtract west deviation 3.    Add west deviation, and add east  deviation 4. Subtract  west  deviation,  and subtract  east  deviation 2-45. What  is  the  purpose  of  degaussing? 1. To  detect  magnetic  compass error 2. To  counteract  a  ship's  magnetic field 3.    To  correct  magnetic  compass error 4. To fix the location of the ship IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 2-46 THROUGH 2-49, SELECT  FROM  COLUMN  B  THE  DEGAUSSING COMPONENT THAT MATCHES THE DEFINITION IN COLUMN  A. RESPONSES ARE USED ONLY ONCE. A.  DEFINITION B.  COMPONENT 2-46.    Produces  a  magnetic 1.   F coil field that will coun- teract  the  ship's 2.  L coil longitudinal   permanent and  induced  magnetism 3.  M coil 2-47.   Produces  a  magnetic 4.   A coil field that will coun- teract  the  ship's athwartship   permanent and  induced  magnetism 2-48.    Produces  a  magnetic  field that  will  counteract  the ship's  vertical  permanent and induced magnetism 2-49.  Made up of loops in vertical  planes,  produces a magnetic field that will counteract  the  ship's longitudinal  permanent  and induced magnetism 2-50 2-51 2-52 Which of the following is NOT a proper  name  for  a  heading? 1. True 2. Magnetic 3. Relative 4. Compass Which  of  the  following  terms defines  converting  a  compass  course to a true course? 1. Correcting 2. Uncorrecting 3. Compensating 4. Adjusting Which  of  the  following  factors  must be applied to a true heading to obtain  a  magnetic  heading? 1. Variation and deviation 2. Gyro  error  and  variation 3. Gyro  error  and  deviation 4. Compass  error  and  deviation 10

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