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300 sq ft = 300*12*12 = 43200 sq inches.

So number of tiles required = 43200/(13*13) = 43200/169 = 255.6 tiles

So a minimum of 256 tiles would be required. But that assumes that all the off-cuts are utilised - NOT a reasonable assumption. Normally a minimum margin of 5% is advised.

Q: How many 13x13 inch tiles do you need to cover 300 sq ft?

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426 of them. Get 470 to be safe.

You will need 25, 13x13 tiles.

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13x13= 169in(one tile) 300/169= about 1.8 (amount of tiles that can fit)

the dimensions of one tile is 13x13 inches or 1.083x1.083 feet. Therefore area of one tile is 1.1736 square feet and that of 196 tiles is 196x1.1736=230.027

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426 of them. Get 470 to be safe.

You will need 25, 13x13 tiles.

247.1

13x13= 169in(one tile) 300/169= about 1.8 (amount of tiles that can fit)

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(952 sq ft x 144sq in/sq ft) /(13x13 sq in) = 811.17 tiles

the dimensions of one tile is 13x13 inches or 1.083x1.083 feet. Therefore area of one tile is 1.1736 square feet and that of 196 tiles is 196x1.1736=230.027

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You will need approximately 23.4 tiles, so 24 tiles. Assuming 13x13 tiles is in inches.

Area of each tile = 13x13 sq inches = 1.1736111... sq feet. So number of tiles required = 200/1.1736111... = 170.4 tiles. So, the mathematical answer is that you will require a minimum of 171 tiles. Im real life, however, you should have an extra 5% to allow for breakages, dealing with awkward corners or curves, etc.

The best way to figure out how many 13x13 tile will be needed to cover 30 sf of floor is to calculate 13x13/144 give coverage per tile (1.1736), then take 30/1.736 = 25.56 tiles.

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