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4800 tiles

3*3=9 (area of tiles) 12*12=144 (width in inches)

12*25=300 (length in inches)

144*300=43200 (area of room)

43200/9=4800 (area of room over area of tiles)

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

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54 tiles are needed

Depends how big the tiles are!

You would need 216 tile. Figure how many 2-inch tiles are in one square foot: there are six across and six up/down. That's 36 tiles per square foot. The floor is 3 feet by 2 feet, which is 6 square feet. 6 square feet x 36 tiles is 216 tiles.

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14 x 12 = 168 square feet - that is 168 tiles since each is one square foot

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It would be 9 tiles wide by 12 tiles long. That gives you a total of 108 tiles.

240 square tiles are needed

54 tiles are needed

Depends how big the tiles are!

17*12 = 204 tiles.

One side of a square is 10 inches long. How many one square inch tiles are needed to cover its area?

You would need 216 tile. Figure how many 2-inch tiles are in one square foot: there are six across and six up/down. That's 36 tiles per square foot. The floor is 3 feet by 2 feet, which is 6 square feet. 6 square feet x 36 tiles is 216 tiles.

The answer depends on the shape of the 30 square feet area. If it is in the form of a strip that is 5 inches wide and 72 feet long and you don't want mosaics with little offcuts, then you will require 144 tiles.

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If the tiles are 13 in square, an unusual size, there will be 16 one way and 14 the other (ignoring fractions of a tile) so you need 224 tiles.

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14 x 12 = 168 square feet - that is 168 tiles since each is one square foot