## Is it hole or whole?

The noun **hole** refers to an opening, a hollow place, a defect, or a dingy place. The adjective **whole** means **entire**, complete, or unbroken. As a noun, **whole** means an **entire** amount or a thing complete in itself.

## How do you spell hole like hole in the ground?

Down the Rabbit **Hole**

The first **spelling**, ‘**hole**,’ refers to a hollow space, **like** a ‘**hole in the ground**‘. A good way to remember the difference is that both ‘**hole**‘ and ‘hollow’ start with an ‘h’.

## What is the difference between a whole hole and a hole?

“**Hole**” is usually a noun and refers to an empty space or gap **in an** object. “**Whole**” is usually an adjective or adverb and refers to being complete.

## What is another way to spell hole?

SYNONYMS FOR **hole**

1, 2 pit, hollow, concavity. 3 den, cave; lair, retreat. 4 hovel, shack.

## What word rhymes with hole?

Word | Rhyme rating | Categories |
---|---|---|

coal | 100 | Noun |

roll | 100 | Noun, Verb |

sole | 100 | Noun |

pole | 100 | Noun |

## What’s the opposite of hole?

What is the opposite of hole?

blockage | obstruction |
---|---|

barricade | hindrance |

impediment | logjam |

jam | congestion |

filling | mountain |

## What is the opposite of a black hole?

White **holes** are the theoretical **opposite** of **black holes**. As **black holes** draw in surrounding stars, dust, passing spaceships – whatever comes too near – so white **holes**, by definition, would radiate light.

## What is a big hole?

railroading, slang. : emergency application of brakes.

## What is the meaning of hole?

Definition of **hole** (Entry 2 of 2) transitive verb. 1 : to make an opening through or a hollowed-out place in (as by cutting, digging, boring, or shooting at) : to make a **hole** (see **hole** entry 1) in The ship was holed along the waterline by enemy fire. 2 : to drive or hit into a **hole hole** a putt The dogs holed the fox.

## Is a hole an opening?

Word forms: **holes**

A **hole** is a hollow space in something solid, with an **opening** on one side. He took a shovel, dug a **hole**, and buried his once-prized possessions. A **hole** is an **opening** in something that goes right through it.

## How do you describe a hole?

Here are some adjectives for **hole**: inflamed, circular, ugly impersonal, everlasting deep, descriptive black, aural black, primordial black, dreadful muddy, portable bottomless, financial black, neat bloodless, soon large and deep, large radioactive, galactic black, neat two-inch, deep tactical, foul, disgraceful, damn

## What is the hole in math?

**Hole**A **hole** exists on the graph of a rational function at any input value that causes both the numerator and denominator of the function to be equal to zero. They occur when factors can be algebraically canceled from rational functions.

## How do you tell if there is a hole in a function?

It is possible to have **holes** in the graph of a rational **function**. Before putting the rational **function** into lowest terms, factor the numerator and denominator. **If there** is the same factor in the numerator and denominator, **there is a hole**.

## How do you find the y value of a hole?

To **find** the **y**-coordinate of the **hole**, just plug in x = -1 into this reduced equation to get **y** = 2. Thus the **hole** is at the point (-1,2). Since the degree of the numerator equals the degree of the denominator, there is a horizontal asymptote.

## How do you determine end behavior?

The **end behavior** of a polynomial function is the **behavior** of the graph of f(x) as x approaches positive infinity or negative infinity. The degree and the leading coefficient of a polynomial function **determine** the **end behavior** of the graph.

## What is the multiplicity of a zero?

The real (that is, the non-complex) zeroes of a polynomial correspond to the x-intercepts of the graph of that polynomial. A **zero** has a “**multiplicity**“, which refers to the number of times that its associated factor appears in the polynomial.

## What can you say about the end behavior of the function?

The **end behavior** of a **function** is the **behavior** of the graph of its graph as input value approaches positive infinity or negative infinity. Also, The degree and the leading coefficient (The coefficient of the highest degree monomial) of a **function** shows the **end behavior** of its graph.

## How do you identify the degree of the polynomial?

Explanation: To **find** the **degree** of the **polynomial**, add up the exponents of each term and select the highest sum. The **degree** is therefore 6.