# Your baking cupcakes for the school dance,and your recipe makes 24 cupcakes and needs 2 cups of milk. You need to make 288 cupcakes, how many quarts of milk will you need?

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Since the recipe makes 24 cupcakes and requires 2 cups of milk, you can find the ratio of cupcakes to cups of milk:

[ \text{Cupcakes to cups of milk} = \frac{24 \text{ cupcakes}}{2 \text{ cups of milk}} = 12 \text{ cupcakes/cup of milk} ]

To find out how many cups of milk are needed for 288 cupcakes, divide the number of cupcakes by the cupcakes-to-cups-of-milk ratio:

[ \text{Cups of milk} = \frac{288 \text{ cupcakes}}{12 \text{ cupcakes/cup of milk}} = 24 \text{ cups of milk} ]

Finally, convert cups to quarts since there are 4 cups in a quart:

[ \text{Quarts of milk} = \frac{24 \text{ cups of milk}}{4 \text{ cups/quart}} = 6 \text{ quarts of milk} ]

Therefore, you will need 6 quarts of milk to make 288 cupcakes.

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