### How do you graph a function without a table?

Suppose you have a function f, of a variable X. You select a value for X, say x. Calculate the value of f(x) that is, the value of the function when X takes that value x. Then, instead of writing the result in a table, mark the point [x, f(x)] on the coordinate plane. Repeat with other values for X and join up the points.

### Can a number be divisible by 9 but not 3?

yes * * * * * Absolutely not! If it is divisible by 9 it must be divisible by 3. Here, if you want it, is a proof: x is divisible by 9 implies that x = 9*y for some integer y. Now 9 = 3*3, so writing 3*3 instead of 9 gives x = (3*3)*y so, by the associative property of multiplication, x = 3*(3*y) and then, by the closure of multiplication of integers…

### How do you address a circuit judge in the UK in court?

Use "Your Honour" for both the vocative and accusative when addressing a circuit judge in court. This means instead of "good morning mr/mrs x", you say; "good morning your honour". It also means instead of "can I turn you to page...", you say; "can I turn your honour to page..." In chambers, always refer to a judge as simply "Judge"; "Good morning Judge, can I turn you to page...".

### What is a another word for resolution?

It depends on how you're using it. If you want to say, "It was my New Year's resolution." Then you could instead say, "It was my New Year's goal." If you want to say, "Sharon and Mike needed some resolution in their failing marriage." Then you could instead say, "Sharon and Mike needed some answers in their failing marriage." If you want to say, "I liked the plot, except for the the resolution." You could…