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1. Using US Navy or NOAA Air Dive Tables determine the adjusted maximum dive time for a repetitive dive with no decompression for a diver with a Group Designation Letter of D wanting to make a repetitive dive to 50\'.
2. Us Navy and NOAA Dive Tables define a _____ dive as any dive made less than 12 hours after surfacing from a prior dive.
3. Unlike Dive Tables, Dive Computers calculate a dive profile in \"real time\"; compute \"multilevel dives\"; and have automatic dive log functions.
4. Unlike Dive Tables, Dive Computers and PC Based Decompression Software offer a method of calculating decompression obligation with zero risk of DCS.
5. What is the best choice of words when discussing dive tables and why?
6. Using US Navy or NOAA Air Dive Tables, determine the residual nitrogen time (RNT) for a diver with a Group Designation Letter of G wanting to make a repetitive five to 60\'.
7. ______ stops are recommended while ______ stops are required by the dive tables.
8. Even though this presentation does not address required decompression dive procedures in detail, divers using US Navy or NOAA Dive Tables are expected to know how to calculate required decompression schedules for contingency planning purposes.
9. US Navy and NOAA Dive Tables define a single dive as:
10. Using US Navy or NOAA Air Dive Tables, a dive to 55 feet for 40 minutes followed by a 90 minute surface interval and a repetitive dive to 63 feet for 20 minutes will result in a Group Designation Letter of:
11. A diver using US Navy or NOAA Air Dive Tables plans a dive to 100\\\' for 25 minutes. The diver should calculate contingency dive plans accounting for exceeding both depth and time. Exceeding the planned depth by as little as a foot results in a five plan of:
12. What is the significance of a Group Designation Letter with US Navy or NOAA Dive Tables?
13. A diver realizes he has exceeded his planned dive schedule and does not have contingency tables. The diver can:
14. Using US Navy or NOAA Air Dive Tables, a dive to 71 feet for 15 minutes followed by a one hour surface interval will result in a Group Designation Letter of:
15. Using US Navy or NOAA Air Dive Tables, a dive to 70 feet (22m) for 31 minutes results in a Group Designation Letter of:

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