Q: How many 10x10 tiles do you need to fill a 100 square foot room?

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A square of siding is a 10x10 foot section , so it's 100 square feet.

1344. Each tile is a square foot.

16 square tiles

800 x 144 = 115,200 / 95 = 1,212 tiles. You might want to buy a few extras...

each tile is one square foot so you need 55 tiles

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A square of siding is a 10x10 foot section , so it's 100 square feet.

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16 square tiles

800 x 144 = 115,200 / 95 = 1,212 tiles. You might want to buy a few extras...