Crosswinds or not, good pilots are on the centerline and "on the numbers." Picture a power-off approach that seems stabilized on final, but as the pilot raises the nose in the roundout (flare) to touch down, the airplane floats across the numbers and touches many yards downfield. The likely cause of this float is:


Too fast a glide


Too slow a glide


Too much flap deflection


Too much headwind

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