Categories
Assignment Help

Read the excerpt from “A Simple Way to Create Suspense”. For instance, heading toward a movie review program, I remember we asked: Who was the studio’s first choice for the Harry Callahan role in “Dirty Harry”? We knew most viewers would be intrigued. (What, Clint Eastwood wasn’t the first choice?) But—and this was the lesson—the success of the tactic didn’t depend on intrigue. Even viewers with no interest at all stuck around to find out. Humans are hard-wired. They need to know. Even viewers who knew the answer for sure stuck around, in order to be gratified. The gap was bridged, and the danger averted. (It was Frank Sinatra. You waited, right?) Which best describes this excerpt? The central idea of this excerpt is that Clint Eastwood was not the original choice for the Dirty Harry movie. The central idea of this excerpt is that intrigue is the most important way to create suspense. The author uses an analogy to compare his readers to the characters of a Hollywood movie. The author uses a personal anecdote to show that audiences are willing to wait for an answer.

[ad_1]

Answer:

The option that best describes this excerpt is The author uses a personal anecdote to show that audiences are willing to wait for an answer.


Explanation:


At the beginning of the story he puts himself as part of a group and says “heading toward a movie review program, I remember we asked” … a moment of suspense is presented in that precise second with that question, it is mentioned that all people were expectantly waiting for the answer and waited until they heard it, during the process of suspense and expectation that also the reader lived at the end is trough a sentence that even the reader notices that all of us wait for an answer to an enigma no matter what.

[ad_2]

Categories
Assignment Help

1/3 of the viewers opening rated the movie as goo and very good. 35 people rated it good and 20 people rated it very good. what is the equation to find the number of people in the audience

[ad_1]

Answer:

Option A, C and D is correct.

Step-by-step explanation:

Given the options we ave to select the probabilities which are most likely independent.

Option A: The chance a student will make the drama team and the chance the student is good at tennis.

The above probability is independent as both events are different with no link therefore independent.

Option B: The chance a student gets eight hours of sleep and the chance he will be alert during class.

The above is dependent as the students who get eight hours sleep will be alert in class.  

Option C: The chance a car is blue and the chance the car will last over twenty years

The above is independent as a car is blue and the chance the car will last over twenty years.

Option D: The chance a woman drinks coffee and the chance a woman has a pet.

The above is independent as women drinks coffee than may or may not has pet it may be or may not be.

Option A, C and D is correct.

[ad_2]

Categories
Assignment Help

A line that gives viewers the impression that they are seeing a line where there is not a drawn, painted, or sculpted line is ________.

[ad_1]

The first communities that can be identified culturally as Chinese were settled chiefly in the basin of the Huang He (Yellow River). Gradually they spread out, influencing other tribal cultures, until, by the Han dynasty (206 bce–220 ce), most of China proper was dominated by the culture that had been formed in the cradle of northern Chinese civilization. Over this area there slowly spread a common written language, a common belief in the power of heaven and the ancestral spirits to influence the living, and a common emphasis on the importance of ceremony and sacrifice to achieve harmony among heaven, nature, and humankind. These beliefs were to have a great influence on the character of Chinese painting, and indeed all the arts of China.
Hope this helps

[ad_2]