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(0.25 gallon) x (128 ounces per gallon) = 32 ounces.

(32 ounces) / (16 ounces per cup) = 2 cups (16-ounce cups, that is)

Note: The "cups" in this question are not standard "cups".

The standard Imperial unit of "cup" is 8 ounces.

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