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1 square meter = 10,000 sq cm

To cover 50,000 square centimeters to 5 meters square tiles are used.

5 x 20 = 100 area of a tile

50000/100 = 500 tiles

Q: How many 5 cm by 20 cm tiles would it take to cover a 2 meters by 5meters?

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15

49 tiles

You would need 450 tiles

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81 tiles squared because if it's a square then it would be 9x9 which is 81

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You would need 137 (136.23) 16" x 16" tiles to cover 22.5 square meters.

You would need a total of 89 tiles (88.88 tiles exactly) with those measurements to cover that area.

it would be 81 tiles

49 tiles

You would need 173 tiles (you would have fractions of tiles left over)

You would need a total of 92 tiles. It would take just over 91 tiles to cover the area given.

You would need 450 tiles

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81 tiles squared because if it's a square then it would be 9x9 which is 81

Tiles that are two feet on a side cover 4 square feet. 378 of them cover 1512 square feet.

If each tile is 600x600mm, that would be .6m*.6m=0.36(m^2) 8(m^2)/0.36(m^2)=22.222 tiles -> round to 23