score 59 #2 – Forgot to check for multiples of f(x)
#3 – forgot to check upper bound
#5 – had a problem with long division, moved on to next question, did not have time to go back to this
#6 – sign error
#7 – I know that there can only be up to 3 roots for a power 3 equation. I do not know why I selected all those. Apparently I selected the correct ones and kept clicking for some reason????????
#8 – got confused on handling the last step obtaining the imaginary results. Will review this
#10 – The shift key apparently did not engage to convert the = sign to a + sign. I understand this question, obtained the correct answer but did not realize the shift key did not fully engage. My intended response was x+4 (the correct answer); not x=4 which doesnt make any sense. Could you consider giving me credit for this question?
#15 – I do not know why this was marked as incorrect. Each of the correct answers was entered. I checked them one by one to make sure nothing was missing. All the correct answers are there. Could you mark this as correct?
#16 – this has to be a simple math error with tragic result. I redid it and came up with the right answer. Dont know where I went wrong but am confident in the principle.
#18 – entered 3/2 by mistake but thought I had deleted when I corrected it with -3/2. I know that a power 4 equation only has up to 4 solutions and would not knowingly allow my answer to have 5. Would you consider giving credit for this one?
#19 - +/-3 was indeed among my candidates as evidenced by its partner factor being included int the candidate list, and by my including it in the final cut of actual Rational Zeros. This was a transcription error in my entering my candidate list from my handwritten work into the computer; must have accidentally skipped transcribing it. Would you consider credit for this one?
#20 – I became confused using the concept of I to take the result +/- sq rt 16 to the +/- 4i. It seems clear seeing it in the answer now but I was confused when taking the test.
#22 – skipped intending to go back later, but ran out of time