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Assuming you mean the tiles are 16 inches square - you would need 169 tiles.

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Q: How many 16x16 tiles for 300 sq feet?
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How many 16X16 tiles to make 300 square feet?

Each 16 inch tile is 1.78 square feet. You would need 169 tiles, plus some for spoilage.


How many 16x16 tiles will you need for a 300 sq ft room?

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How many 16x16 tiles are needed for a 300 sq ft floor?

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How many 12 x12 tiles are needed for a 300 sq ft floor?

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How many 24 x 24 tiles to cover 300 square feet?

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How many 20x20 ceramic tiles do you need for a 15'x20' room?

First we need to calculate the square footage of the room. 15*20 = 300 square feet Now we need to know how many square feet each tile covers. 20" = 1.667~ square feet 1.6672 = 2.78 square feet. Now we divide the area of the tiles into the area of the room. 300/2.78 = 108 tiles. This gives the exact number of tiles you need mathematically. Realistically you need to account for cutting and breaking. It's safe to round that up to 120 tiles.


How many 3 inch tiles are needed for a room 12 feet wide and 25 feet long?

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How many 12x12 tiles do you need for a room 12x12?

If you're talking floor tiles as opposed to wall tiles and by 12x12 you mean they are 12 inches square, then the answer is 300. Because each tile is one square foot and a 15'x20' room is 300 square feet. Simple, eh?


How many 12x12 tiles do you need for a 15'x20' room?

If you're talking floor tiles as opposed to wall tiles and by 12x12 you mean they are 12 inches square, then the answer is 300. Because each tile is one square foot and a 15'x20' room is 300 square feet. Simple, eh?


How many 16-inch square tiles needed to cover a surface that is 15 feet X 20 feet?

Each 16-inch square tile covers 11/3 ft* 11/3 ft = 17/9 sq feet. Area to be covered = 15 ft * 20 ft = 300 sq feet. So, minimum number of tiles required = 300/(17/9) = 300*16/9 = 168.75 or 169 tiles. That is the mathematical answer. In real life, though, the answer will depend on the extent to which off cuts are reused. While 15 tiles will do the length, you will require 12 tiles to do the width, making a total of 180 tiles in all. 169 tiles will result in a part of the area being a mosaic of tiny pieces.


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