Yes, using two 3ft x 3ft tiles.
Yes we can with the help of 2 tiles placed side-by-side.
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Two and Four are both common denominators of Four and Eight, therefore either of these can be used. You would need only two 4ft square tiles or eight 2ft square tiles to cover the 4ft x 8ft floor.
10.5 tiles without any gaps between the tiles.
A yard of Concrete is 3ft x 3ft x 3ft volume. It is usually poured over a 2" gravel sand mix for an additional four inches. So it should cover 36 "/4" = 9 (x 3ft x 3ft), or 81sq ft.The 'square feet' of area that it covers is 324/(depth of the concrete, in inches)
To find the area of 3ft by 1ft, you multiply the two. So the area is 3 square feet.
66 square feet
No because the two feet can go into 6 feet (three times) but it Cannot go in to 3 feet except for 1 time but that would not equal three it would equal 2.
You cannot. A 3ft x 3ft square has an area of 9 square feet. 9 does not divide 1200 evenly.
It is: 7 times 3 = 21 square feet