Q: How many 12x24 tiles would you need for 3000 sq ft?

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A 12x24 tile is 2 square feet. There are 120 tiles that would be needed.

It depends on the units used to measure the tile: 12inch*24inch, 12cm*24cm or some other, unspecified unit.

The tiles are not 12X24 they are 1 foot X 2 Foot and that makes the 1'x2'=2' sq feet each tile. 110 sq feet to cover makes the equation look like 110 divided by 2 = 55 tiles

49 tiles

That would depend on the size of the tiles.

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A 12x24 tile is 2 square feet. There are 120 tiles that would be needed.

Each tile will cover 2 square feet. So you will need 12.5 tiles.

52, assuming no waste. 12" x 24" =2 sq. ft. divided into 104 sq. ft. = 52

It depends on the units used to measure the tile: 12inch*24inch, 12cm*24cm or some other, unspecified unit.

The tiles are not 12X24 they are 1 foot X 2 Foot and that makes the 1'x2'=2' sq feet each tile. 110 sq feet to cover makes the equation look like 110 divided by 2 = 55 tiles

288 square feet.

You would have 79 tiles.

288 square feet.

49 tiles

Each tile will cover 2 square feet. You have 64 square feet. You will need 32 tiles.

You multiply the width by the length to get the area. In this case the answer would be 288 square feet in the yard.

That would depend on the size of the tiles.