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You calculate the square feet of the room/ area. A square feet is still a square feet, no matter on the dimension of the tile

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width times length 10 x 12 room needs 120 tile.

144 tile assuming you have no waste.

You need 225 tiles. :)

12" x 24" = 1' x 2' = 2 square feet per tile7' x 10' = 70 square feet on the floor of the roomAssuming that you only want to tile the floor, 70/2 = 35 tiles.

length x width = sq ft 16 x 16 = 256

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width times length 10 x 12 room needs 120 tile.

125 square feet.

144 tile assuming you have no waste.

The units of measurement for neither the tile nor the room are given. I can therefore assume that it is a 10 ft x 10 ft room and a 12 ft by 12 ft [carpet] tile. So answer: less than 1 tile.

You need 225 tiles. :)

Measure length of the room, measure the width of the room L x W = Area of the room

12" x 24" = 1' x 2' = 2 square feet per tile7' x 10' = 70 square feet on the floor of the roomAssuming that you only want to tile the floor, 70/2 = 35 tiles.

length x width = sq ft 16 x 16 = 256

12 x 13 or 156 tiles.

About 137 tiles, if they are 1ft X 1ft dimension, or about 137 square feet of tile. If you are using smaller tile, calculate how many tile are needed per square foot and multiply that times 137.

119

176 tiles