Q: In figure below, Area 1. The floor of Class E airspace above Georgetown Airport (E36) is at:

a. At the Surface

b. 700 feet AGL

c. 3,823 feet MSL

So the correct answer according to the test guide is C: 3,823 feet MSL.

So my question is that I thought E36 is Class G because there is no shaded magenta or blue or it is is not even inside

any dotted line. So if it is class G airspace, shouldn't the floor be the surface? So I am confused why the question

said E36 is Class E. I consulted some information on E36 and the airspace is "Unknown".

Here is the image (below).

If there is shaded blue on E36, then the floor would be 3,823 feet MSL because that shaded blue goes 1200 feet and up.

Very confusing...