We ,know that :no. of tiles = area of room /area of tiles .so,no.of tiles =36 X42 /2x2=378
Each tile covers 4 square feet. Which means you need 200 tiles to cover 800 square feet, plus spoilage.
You have two options. You can purchase 24" cross pieces for your grid, to turn the 2X4 sections into 2X2 sections, or you can purchase 2X4 tiles that look like 2X2 tiles. Ceilume's Stratford Style is a good example.
Depends.Calculation 1:Imagine a room 11 feet x 14 feet.Now you have tiles 2 feet x 2 feet.If you want to know how many whole 2x2 tiles you can fit on the floor of the room and leave the rest without tiles (because 11 feet is an un-even dimension to the room)(round 11 down to 10)10/2 = 514/2 = 75 * 7 = 35 tiles.Calculation 2:If you want to know how many 2x2 tiles you would need to completely cover the floor (where you would cut the tiles)entire area of floor: 11 feet * 14 feet = 154 feet squaredarea of a single tile: 2 feet * 2 feet = 4 feet squared154 feet squared / 4 feet squared = 38.5 tiles.
Area of each tile = 4 cm2 Area to be covered = 11 m2 = 110000 cm2 So number of tiles required = 110000/4 = 27500. That assumes that the large area is "well behaved" and every tile, plus all offcuts can be used. If the 11 sq metre area is in the form of a circle that may well not be the case and more tiles may be required to allow for wastage.
15sq ft = 15 x 144 = 2160sq in each tile is 2 x 2 = 4 sq in TILES = 2160/4 = 540
The answer will depend on the measurement units for the tiles. Are they 2 inch x 2 inch or 2 ft x 2 ft? Since you have not bothered to provide that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.
The tiles sit on a grid either 2x2 or 2x4 foot sections. The grid is held up on wires fastened to the ceiling joists.