Q: How many 2'x4' panels do you need to cover a 110 square foot floor?

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One, if it is big enough.

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the answer is 40 square yards

180 square feet Assuming you mean a 12 foot by 15 foot floor, the answer is 12*15 = 180 square feet.

you need to know how wide the floor is in addition to how long. Number of tiles is lenght x width

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It should take about 825 1 foot square tiles to cover a floor with those dimensions. This assumes roughly a 10% waste factor.

One, if it is big enough.

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A tile measuring 2 foot by two foot (which, incidentally, is an unusually large tile) has an area of 4 square feet, so it would take 100 such tiles to cover a 400 square foot floor.

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the answer is 40 square yards

180 square feet Assuming you mean a 12 foot by 15 foot floor, the answer is 12*15 = 180 square feet.

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you need to know how wide the floor is in addition to how long. Number of tiles is lenght x width

18-ft x 20-ft = 360 square ft1 square yard = 9 square ft360 square ft = (360/9) = 40 square yards

Look at your kitchen floor. Many linoleum floor tiles are 1 square foot in area. One foot on each side. ■