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Research Question: On average do the number of people visiting Universal Studios and Disney World differ?

Universal Studios (Group 1):

Average number of people per day = 535.59

sample Standard deviation = 36

sample size of Group 1 = 25

Disney World (Group 2):

Average number of people per day = 520.26

Sample Standard deviation = 25

sample size of Group 2 = 57

Calculate the upper bound for a 95%CI (round to 4 decimal places)

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