A a reader may expect to find the authors conclusions at the Abstract and Discussion sections of the article, mostly. There may also be a Conclusions section for some others, sometimes.
d bc its telling u what is at the end
The correct answer is: In the Abstract and In the Discussion.
A research article has two main elementos: a) A cover page; B) An established structure. Both help the reader to find easily each part of the work.
The cover page most include: title, name of the author and ABSTRACT, which is a synthesis of all that is written in the article but in no more than 300 words, where the main idea, the method, and the results and conclusions of the article have to be summarized. The abstract has the propose of giving a global idea of what the research is about, and it is really helpful to save time on reading the entire articles just to know if they are helpful for your personal research.
Now, the established structure most include: introduction, literature methods, results, DISCUSSION, references, tables, footnotes. In the Discussion goes the explanation of the results, some conclusion and implications.
Therefore, the section in which the reader expect to find the author's conclusion is: in the abstract and mainly in the discussion.
The section with the author's conclusion would be gone over in the discussion but specified in the results.
usually near the end.