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Music okay in the last section we talked about the basics of what this exam is again we're going to solve all the questions on the 100-ton near coastal navigation chart problems sample examination provided by the Coast Guard so let's get started question number one what does the precautionary area southeast of Block Island refer to well this is a straightforward problem it's not too difficult and anytime I saw these kind of problems I want to make sure that I read the question very carefully so again we're looking at southeast of LOC islands it's easy to make a mistake and go Southwest but know we're going to be southeast and so here's block island and then I notice over here is a precautionary area and it says c-note Charlie so you know - Charlie okay so I need to look around the chart and find note charlie and it tends to be up in this kind of stuff here and so there is no charlie and it reads for the precautionary area traffic within the precautionary area may consist of vessels operating between Narragansett Bay and one of the established traffic lanes okay cool so now I look at the answers that I have and it says what does the precautionary southeast of Block Island refer to recommended traffic lanes military exercise areas National Marine refuges or dumping grounds for hazardous waste so clearly the answer is a that would be the best answer for this question again a test strategy is I'll always go back in our tfq read the question and make sure that I got the right Geographic reference the right direction and the right answers for what they're looking for question number two is what soundings are indicated by a blue tint on this chart and then before I look at the chart a look at the answers they're all have to do with 30 and then it's fathoms or feet and more or less so there's four varieties of answer and basically I need to figure out what - the the blue areas on this chart refer to and clearly that means shallow water for the most part so that helps us eliminate answers of a and B where it says 30 thousands or more 30 feet or more I would you know cross those out and now I'm down to two choices so 30 feet or less or 30 thousands or less so I really don't even need to look too closely at the chart but if I do just to point it out you see all these soundings all over the chart these numbers that's 54 59 53 23 30 24 26 and so what I need to do is find out what the line between the white and the blue delineate and the way to do that is look along the blue until you find an italicized number there's 130 and you keep going around you can print