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A 4 inch by 4 inch tile is 16 square inches. 60 square feet is 8640 square inches. Dividing the one by the other shows us that 540 tiles 4 inches on a side will cover an area of 60 square feet.

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You should buy 122 sq ft of tile. Since a 12" x 12" tile are 1 sq ft you will need 122.

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204 tiles.

375 of them. Get 400.

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