You have bought a kind of paint that could paint 50 \(\text{m}^{2}\) per quart. Then you used approximately 6.28 quarts of paint to color the surface of a sphere. Now you wish to paint a cube that has a side length the same as the sphere's radius. How much paint do you need, in quarts?

(P.S. use 3.14 as an approximation for pi., and \(\text{m}\) means meter.)

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