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    So I've been asked to prove whether there is a sig diff between the type of animal used, and the number of responses that type of animal has to different temperatures. (see data below)So far i've tried many tests but can't figure out which one to use! Any advice?Note: the values are not means, just a count of how many of each type responded to each temperature. Also the total number of A and B varied slightly.
    Room temp: Number of responses from type A From type B
    sub zero 8 1
    cold 19 9
    mild 23 11
    hot 37 13

    Any help would be much appreciated,Cheers!

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