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Need a new battery..but what size?

I think my battery has gone dead...I tried jump starting it earlier today and it did. However, after shutting down after only 20 minutes or so, it wouldnt kick at all. Once again I jumped it..Nothing..inside lights come on, buzzer sound, windows will roll, but it does not crank. I let the other car run for about 10 minutes with the cables, but nada!
So if I replace the battery, whatz the amps that I should be looking for?

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