for algebra with pizzazz ......its a riddle?
what is a metaphore
- supersonic332003Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
What? Metaphore (from greek word "μεταφορά") means transport (and as a term of physics related to energy, translation (!)). A metaphore in literature (at least as a term used in Greece) is when you attribute a property pf something to something else, thus making an effective image, a figure of speech. Example: The economy pie is divided in pieces, and few people can eat the few bigger ones.
I can't see what this has to do with maths, algebra or pizzas.
- Anonymous4 years ago
Because it's a twinkey!