Question #2004477: Z-test: Testing hypotheses

Question: In a study of intraspecific aggression (aggression directed toward other members of the same species), an experimenter finds that 16 of 23 animals tested in Species A exhibit aggression, but only 6 of 25 are aggressive in Species B. Do the two species differ significantly in terms of intraspecific aggression?

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