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Your steps are all correct, as is your answer. I'm confused by the "standard temperature" heading in the table. Consider this table from your first link: The column I put in a green box, if it was the only one, then the altitudes would all be density altitudes -- just like the table in the question, with the label "Standard Temperature.&...


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As we have learned here at Avation Stack Exchange through many writings: thrust or power variation is critical in take off, climb, and cruise flight. In straight line steady state flight (at the same speed) lift only equals weight in level flight, in climb or descent it is equal to the cosine climb or descent angle x weight. In a climb the engine must ...


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