An urn initially contains one red and one blue ball. at each stage, a ball is randomly chosen and then replaced along with another of the same color. let x denote the selection number of the first chosen ball that is blue. for instance, if the first selection is red and the second blue, then x is equal to 2. (a) find
. (b) show that, with probability 1, a blue ball is eventually chosen. (that is, show that
(c) find e[x].
the association that goes with a word
Explanation: Denotation simply means the dictionary meaning of a word. Which implies that it's the definition you get for a word on looking it up in the dictionary. When we denote, quite often we mean to refer literally and to convey meaning (the in tension and expression of a word)
Quite often in speaking and in works of literature, there's deviation from the dictionary meaning of words to create fresher ideas and images. Such deviations are usually figurative (connotative) and care should be taken not to confuse it with denotation (the primary meaning of a word.
connotation - The secondary definition of a word using ar dealing with emotions.
denotation - the org. definition,meaning or explanation
Connotation - an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its literal or primary meaning. It could be either positive or negative. (It happens to contain nouns and verbs.)
An example of a connotation is,
"Don't be a rat and tell the teacher!" The word rat is the connotation. :))) This is a positive connotation. This exaggerates the word rat, making it a different meaning of what the word actually means.
Denotation - the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the feelings or ideas that the word suggests. Once again, could also be negative or positive.
"I saw a rat eating a piece of cheese." The word rat is the denotation. This example shows how the word rat means in the actual phrasing, unlike connotation.
Your understanding of connotation and denotation help you by providing if you plan to exaggerate what you are speaking of or not. In other terms, connotations invoke the true meaning and denotation show the true meaning. It helps differently from different writing tasks. For a narrative, if you wish to be dramatic, you would use connotation. For a serious topic essay where you are summarizing something, you wouldn't want to use a connotation because there's a possibility you will get points taken off for looking silly to the teacher. (It's possible.. trust me. : )
I would say Moreover.
Because to talk about sequence words it gotta be about the a event, like if i say.
Example: Next we went to the store.
or At the same time we was eating, we went to the movies.
But, moreover can't be used to go into another event.
like if i say.
Example: Moreover my mood changed when we went to the park.
Its just talking about one thing so yes, moreover would be your answer i hope this help!!!
And if its two answer to pick it would be A and B because B can't start another event either for an.
Example: I didn't like playing with her to begin with.
That's one event, one thing. So yes again hope this helps!!
Hope this helps!