Ant species in the two regions, Biology

Calculate a 95% confidence interval for the difference among the average numbers of ant species in the two regions. Compare your results to SPSS output and interpret the confidence interval.  You will require to show your calculation work (the formula, calculation results) and provide a practical interpretation for confidence interval.

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