You need 21.8 mL of your sulfuric acid solution to neutralize that much sodium hydroxide.
Start with the balanced chemical equation for this neutralization reaction
Notice that you have a
If you have less than 1 mole of sulfuric acid for every 2 moles of sodium hydroxide, you won't get complete neutralization, i.e. you'll have base remaining in solution.
Use sodium hydroxide's molar mass to determine how many moles of
This means that you'd need
Since you're dealing with a sulfuric acid solution, you can use its molarity to determine what volume would contain this many moles
Expressed in mL and rounded to three sig figs, the answer will be