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What figurative language referrs to a part of something that represents the whole?
It could be Microcosm: a situation or place that represents a larger situation or place, eg the play "the crucible" was a microcosm for a situation in American politics in the time in was written. It could also be Synecdoche: where a section or feature is used to describe the whole eg stiff upper lip It may be objective correlative, where small inferences are used to explain something unexplainable eg "I have measured out my life in coffee spoons" - T.S Eliot
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Yes, a noun is usually a part of figurative language. For example in 'a flight of fancy', both 'flight' and 'fancy' are nouns.
i think it's a fraction.......
Simile Metaphor Alliteration Onomatopoeia
This is a fraction. EXAMPLE : 1 / 3 represents a third part of 1.
Which is the most useful chart to use for representing how much the different parts of something contribute to the whole?
A pie chart.
It is a fraction.
Hyperbole, Metaphor, Onomatopoeia, Personification and Simile.
Part of a whole is any fraction there of. A half is a part of a whole and so on.
beacause they have different shapes of circles that make ups wholes.
It is a figure of speech known as a synechdoche. For example, you might say "wheels" to mean a car or "bread" to represent food of all sorts.
In US Congress
A senator represents a whole state. States have two senators, but they do not divide up the state between them, they each represent the whole state.
The numerator in fractions