Q: How many 12 x 12 tile do I need for a 15' x 15' room?

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144 tile assuming you have no waste.

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224*12*12= 32256 32256/169=190.87 you need minimum 191 13x13 tiles

each tile is 1 sq ft and room is 6x5=30 sq ft so you need 30tiles

each tile is one square foot so you need 55 tiles

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144 tile assuming you have no waste.

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The size of a tile requires two measures. It is also necessary to specify the units used for both, the measure of the tile as well as of the room.

224*12*12= 32256 32256/169=190.87 you need minimum 191 13x13 tiles

each tile is 1 sq ft and room is 6x5=30 sq ft so you need 30tiles

each tile is one square foot so you need 55 tiles

each tile 12 x 12 inch = 1 sq ft 11 x 11 foot room = 121 sq feet you need 121 tiles

12 in square tile = 1 sq ft 350 tiles

144 or 1, depending on if '12 x 12' is in inches (assumed) or feet (one really big tile!).

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One 12 ft x 12 ft tile will be more than big enough!

You need about 310 to 325 12x12 ceramic tiles for a 320 sq-ft room. Many tile dealers let you return unused tile. If your dealer does this, you should over-buy. You will probably break some, and the joint spacing may have an effect on the number of tiles required.