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Max is having a party with 38 people. He wants enough cupcakes to feed everyo.ne. If cupcakes are sold in packs of 6, how many packs will he need to buy? Put the answer in a complete sentence.

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1. 38 divided by 6 equals 36

so you need 6 packs of cupcakes with 2 extra cupcakes

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