 
ASSIGNMENT 6
Textbook Assignment: "Basics of Time (continued)," and "Introduction to Celestial
Navigation," chapters 5 and 6, pages 58 through 69.
°
'
"
5^{h}
(A)
0
0
9^{m}
2
(B)
0
1 2^{s}
0
3
(C)
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61.
How much time is equivalent to 1°
of arc?
66.
What number should you put in blank
(A)?
62.
63.
64.
65.
1.
15 min
2.
15 set
3.
4 min
4.
4 set
What is the arc equivalent of 1
minute of time?
1.
1' of arc
2.
4' of arc
3.
15" of arc
4.
15' of arc
What is the arc equivalent of 1
second of time?
1.
4" of arc
2.
4' of arc
3. 15" of arc
4. 15' of arc
In the timetoarc conversion
process, to obtain degrees the
hours should be multiplied by what
number?
1.
5
2.
10
3.
15
4.
20
What is the equivalent in arc to
8^{h}26^{m}46^{s} in time?
1.
120°36'40"
2.
124°50'40"
3.
126°41'30"
4.
127°10'00"
Figure 6A
67.
68.
69.
610.
611.
1.
15
2.
75
3.
150
4.
300
What number should you put in blank
(B)?
1.
9
2.
2
3.
15
4.
4
What number should you put in blank
(C)?
1.
0
2.
15
3.
3
4.
4
When converting arc to time, the
degrees should be divided by 15 to
obtain hours.
1.
True
2.
False
To find the ZD for a given
position, the first step is to
divide the longitude of the
position by 15°.
1.
True
2. False
What is the ZD time equivalent of
25° of arc
1.
2^{h}0^{m}
2.
1^{h}50^{m}
3.
1^{h}40^{m}
4.
1^{h}30^{m}
IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 66 THROUGH 68,
REFER TO FIGURE 6A. FIGURE 6A IS A
TIMETOARC CONVERSION CHART.
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