The amount of tiles needed to cover a floor will depend on the size of the floor.
that question depends on how big your tiles are and how big your floor is
The answer will depend on the size of the tiles.
In principle, Area of bathroom = 2*1 = 2 sq metres Area of each tile = 0.5*0.5 = 0.25 sq m So number of tiles required = 2/0.25 = 8 tiles. In practice, you will need to allow for breakage.
Depends how big the tiles are!
205.3125 tiles exactly OR 206 tiles, with a bit left over!
240 square tiles are needed
Floor tiles come in many different sizes.Floor tiles come in many different sizes.Floor tiles come in many different sizes.Floor tiles come in many different sizes.
Floor area = 12 ft x 18 ft = 216 square feet. There are 4 six-inch square tiles needed for each square foot, so 864 tiles are needed.
210 of them.
If the floor tiles are measured in inches and the room is measured in feet then the tiles are 1sq feet and the room is 6x8 = 48 sq feet so you would need 48 tiles.
No. of tiles =Area of floor / Area of tiles. area of floor = 300 X 50 sq cm. area of tiles = 20 X10 sq cm.hence, no. of tiles = 300 X50 /200 =75
you need to know how wide the floor is in addition to how long. Number of tiles is lenght x width
depends how big the tile is (area) and how big the batroom floor is (area)
6' x 9' (54 square feet) = 6 square yards of tiles needed.
2880 exactly, but if this is ceramic tiles you have to account for grout lines. extras would be recommended
(100*144)/(12*5) = 240 tiles are needed
Assuming the tiles are 1 foot squares, you would need 10*15 = 150 tiles.
It should take about 825 1 foot square tiles to cover a floor with those dimensions. This assumes roughly a 10% waste factor.