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4-11. 4-12. 4-13. 4-14. Which of the following aids to navigation  (buoys)  are  numbered? 1. Solid red only 2. Solid green only 3. 4. Solid red and solid green Buoys that have letters only For what purpose are letters used on  buoys? 1. To indicate the preferred channel 2. 3. To  indicate  midchannel  buoys To indicate the first buoy in a channel 4. To  augment  numbers  on  lateral aids Which of the following buoys are NOT  numbered? 1. Safe  water 2. Isolated  dangers 3. Special  marks 4. All of the above What factor(s) contribute(s) to the visibility of a light? 1. Intensity  only 2. 3. Height above water only Color 4. Intensity  and  height  above water IN  ANSWERING  QUESTIONS  4-15  THROUGH  4-17, SELECT THE DEFINITION FROM COLUMN B THAT MATCHES THE TERM IN COLUMN A. NOT ALL RESPONSES ARE USED. 4-15. 4-16. 4-17. A. TERM B. DEFINITION Meteorological visibility 1.  The visibility determined  for  a Computed visibility Horizon distance light using the light's height, nominal range, eye of the observer 2.  The maximum distance  a  light may be seen in perfect weather 3.  Results  from  the amount  of  water vapor  present  in the  atmosphere 4.    The  distance expressed  in nautical  miles from  the  position above  the  Earth along a line of sight IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 4-18 THROUGH 4-21, SELECT FROM COLUMN B THE DEFINITION THAT MATCHES THE TERM IN COLUMN A. RESPONSES ARE USED ONLY ONCE. A. TERM B.  DEFINITION 4-18.   Luminous range 4-19.    Nominal range 1.  The  maximum distance  a light may be seen  in  perfect visibility 4-20.  Geographic range 2. 4-21.   Computed range 3. 4. The maximum distance  a  light may be seen in clear  weather The  geographic range plus the observer's distance  to  the horizon The maximum distance  a  light may be seen under existing  weather conditions 19

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