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Mental Math for Pilots: A Study Guide (Professional Aviation by Ronald D. McElroy

By Ronald D. McElroy

Being in a position to simply practice math calulations on your head is a ability that each pilot strives for. If (like many!) you fight a piece with this method, or, while you are easily trying to find how to enhance your math talents within the cockpit, then 'Mental Math for Pilots' is a needs to learn! no matter if you're gearing up for that coveted pilot interview, getting ready for a checkride or talent cost, or just are looking to enhance your inflight calculations functionality, writer Ron McElroy deals various necessary information and tips to assist you in all components of cockpit calculations.

Sharpen your math abilities for the interview in addition to for the cockpit, with those directions for figuring math difficulties on your head with no paper or digital calculator.

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