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A jet aircraft is initially flying steady and level at its maximum endurance condition. For the aircraft to fly steady and level, but faster at the same altitude, the pilot should
(A) increase thrust alone.
(B) increase thrust and increase angle of attack.
(C) increase thrust and reduce angle of attack.
(D) reduce angle of attack alone.



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A jet aircraft is initially flying steady and level at its maximum endurance condition. For the aircraft to fly steady and level, but faster at the same altitude, the pilot should
(A) increase thrust alone.
(B) increase thrust and increase angle of attack.
(C) increase thrust and reduce angle of attack.
(D) reduce angle of attack alone.

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Answer Key / Explanation : (C) -

(C) increase thrust and reduce angle of attack.

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