Is it wise to quit all Apps on any iPad before loading a Composer book?

Do Composer books simply tend to take up a lot of memory—period? In other words, should all users of Demibooks and Composer "quit" their background Apps on the iPad's multitasking interface to increase memory space in order to run a Composer book? Is that recommended for all users (consumers) of Composer books? Or is that not how an iPad actually works? I feel flummoxed. :) I hope this can help others solve their issues related to Composer.

I feel like a bit of a gadfly with all of my questions! ;)
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