Design a binomial experiment – you would need three things The Trial: it should

Design a binomial experiment – you would need three things
The Trial: it should only have two outcomes, such as “heads or tails”, “would I make it to work on time or not”, or “students who pass or fail Math 2”, etc. Also need to decide how many trials you would do.
The Theoretical Percentage of Success for each trial: you may not know this, so give me a good, educated guess.
What’s the probability of “x times” happening?
Now calculate the mean, the standard deviation, and the probability for one example of “x”
My example –
The Trial:  Finding a parking spot in Ontario Mills (a mall) right in front of the theater on a Sunday. I’m going there 5 times. (“Success” means you found a spot right in front of the theater.)
The Theoretical Percentage of Success each trial:    20% (that’s my guess of finding a parking spot in front of the theater on any given Sunday.)
What’s the percentage of “Success” all 5 times? From Table A-1, n=5 (total trials), p=0.2 (theoretical probability), x=5 (how many times I want to see it happen), the probability is 0.00032 – which means that my chance of finding a spot to park in front of the theater on a Sunday all five times is 3/10000.
II. Design a second experiment with a cumulative outcome – for example, using the parking example above, “what’s my chance of finding a spot to park in front of the theater on a Sunday at least three out of five times?” Demonstrate how you would calculate that probability.

I need a Methodology and Data presentation for the hypothesis (topic) that I pos

I need a Methodology and Data presentation for the hypothesis (topic) that I posted on the word document.. You can use the links provided in the word document. I will need 2 slides with key points of data presentation and methodology and explain it in notes.

Read and review a refereed research journal article of your choice. Answer the f

Read and review a refereed research journal article of your choice.
Answer the following questions:
What is the purpose of this research study?
What is (are) the research question(s) (or hypothesis)?
Why is this research study relevant and important?
What methods and procedures were used to gather the data?
Describe the sample used in this study
Who are they?
Sample size?
What type of research is this?
Observational: studies are ones where researchers observe the effect of a risk factor, diagnostic test, treatment or other intervention without trying to change who is or isn’t exposed to it.
Experimental: studies are ones where researchers introduce an intervention and study the effects. Experimental studies are usually randomized, meaning the subjects are grouped by chance.
How was the data analyzed?
What type of hypothesis test or statistical analysis was used?
What is (are) the major finding(s)?
Did this study have any limitations? If yes, what were they?
10.Are you overwhelmingly convinced on the findings of this study? Yes or No, and Why.

Make sure that it includes the “Discussion” section of the final project and inc

Make sure that it includes the “Discussion” section of the final project and incorporates feedback on the “Introduction” and “Analysis” sections (submitted for Milestones One and Two).
Draft the “Discussion” section of your final project. Address the following critical elements:
Assess the implications of the study. For example, what surprised you or struck you as interesting? What wider relevance or meaning do you draw from
this study?
Evaluate the extent to which this study applied the principles of a well-designed experiment. In other words, was the specific methodology used sound?
For example, did they employ proper sampling in their research design?
Identify opportunities for future research based on findings from this study. In other words, what related questions remain unanswered? How could
those questions be addressed?
Finally, be sure to incorporate any feedback that you received from your first and second milestones into the “Introduction” and “Analysis” sections and submit
them along with the “Discussion” section.