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6-36. Each  page  of  the  Navigational Timepiece Rate Book can accommodate the records of (a) how many chronometers  and  (b)  for  what  time period? sec 1. (a)   One (b)   3 mo 2. (a)   Three (b)   3 mo 3. (a)   One (b)   1 mo 4. (a)  Three (b)   1 mo 6-37. If  the  comparing  watch  reads 12h28m00s  GMT  when  the  chronometer reads 12h26m01s, what is the chronometer  error? 1.1m58s 2.1m59s 3.2m00s 4. 2m01s 6-38. What is the average daily rate (ADR) of a chronometer that is fast by 5 minutes 31 seconds on 1 September 1994 and fast by 6 minutes 43 seconds on 30 September 1994? 1. -13.43  s/day 2.    +11.03  s/day 3. +2.4 s/day 4. -2.4 s/day 6-39. What is the ADR of a chronometer that  is  slow  by 11 minutes 58 seconds on 1 July 1994 and slow by 10 minutes 59 seconds 31 July 1994? 1. -1.96  s/day 2.    +1.96  s/day 3. -1.90  s/day 4. +1.90  s/day 6-40. What is the ADR of a chronometer that is slow by 2 minutes la seconds on 1 April 1994 and slow by 4 minutes 15 seconds on 22 April 1994? 1. +5.31  s/day 2. -5.31  s/day 3. +5.37  s/day 4. -5.57  s/day 6-41. What is the ADR of a chronometer that is fast by 2 minutes 48 seconds  on  17  February  1994  and slow by 0 minutes 48 seconds on 17 March  1994? 6-42. Chronometer  error  should  be determined  no  closer  than  which  of the  following  time  periods? 1. 1 2. 2 sec 3. 3 sec 4. 1/2 sec 6-43. Which of the following types of timepieces  is  used  to  time celestial observations? 1.    Chronometer 2. Deck  clock 3.    Comparing  watch 4.    General-purpose   clock 6-44. What time is used in celestial observations? 1.    Local 2.    Meridian 3. Zone 4.    Greenwich  mean 6-45. When should you try to make C-W comparisons  to  obtain  the  most accurately  timed  observations? 1. Every   10 days 2. Both  before  and  after  sights 3. At least once a watch 4. Every   day at   1130 6-46. The  chronometer  time  of  a  celestial observation is obtained by adding C-W to which of the following times? 1. GMT 2. WT 3. LMT 4. ZT 6-47. GMT is obtained by applying a CE correction to which of the following  times? 1.    CT 2. ZT 3.    LMT 4.    LAT 6-48. If  the  comparing  watch  reads 3h20m10s  when  the  chronometer  reads 5h10m00s, what is the value of C-W? 1. 8h30m10s 2. 2h10m10s 3. 1h49m50s 4. 1h10m10s 1. +7.2  s/day 2. -7.2  s/day 3. +7.4  s/day 4. -7.4  s/day 34

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