# A baker is going to make 24 blueberry pies. She wants to make sure each pie contains 3.5 cups of blueberries. How many cups of blueberries will she need?

84 cups of blueberries

1 pie = 3.5 cups of blueberries

24 pies = ? blueberries

Since you already know how many blueberries are needed for one pie, now to find how many blueberries are needed for 24 pies, multiply 24 by 3.5:

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The baker will need a total of 84 cups of blueberries to make 24 blueberry pies, each containing 3.5 cups of blueberries.

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