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A 18x18 paver is 324 sq. inches. A sq.ft. is a 144 sq. inches. So 600 sq.ft x 144 sq inches = 86,400 sq. inches. So take the sq.inches which is 86,400 divide by the sq. inches of the paver 324 is equal to around 267 pavers you will need.

Q: How many 18x18 pavers needed to cover 600 square feet?

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160 of them.

18" is 1.5', so we can discover the number of square feet in one paver by multiplying 1.5 x 1.5 = 2.25 square feet. To fill an area of 14' x 14', or 196 square feet, you would need 196 / 2.25 = 87 pavers, with room for .11 pavers left over. So to cover it completely, 88 pavers would do the trick.

144.63 pavers

Any reason why it shouldn't be 220, apart from the shape of the area?

67 tiles.

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160 of them.

18" is 1.5', so we can discover the number of square feet in one paver by multiplying 1.5 x 1.5 = 2.25 square feet. To fill an area of 14' x 14', or 196 square feet, you would need 196 / 2.25 = 87 pavers, with room for .11 pavers left over. So to cover it completely, 88 pavers would do the trick.

144.63 pavers

Any reason why it shouldn't be 220, apart from the shape of the area?

A 12x12 inch paver is one square foot. So you would need 240 square feet.

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67 tiles.

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4.5 pavers will cover 1 sq foot. So 4.5 x 360 =1620 pavers

In theory the answer is 240 tiles but this assumes that the area is "well behaved" and, if not, that you are prepared to use all the offcuts to fill bits in mosaic-style. A shape which in 17 inches wide, for example, will require a lot more pavers.

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