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A square slab measuring 0.6 metres all round has an area of 0.36 square metres.

This means that to cover an area of 24 square metres you will need 66 slabs and 2/3 of a slab.

Covering the area may be problematic if 1/3 of a slab and 2/3 of a slab become involved, of lesser fractions, depending on the exact length and width which gave the area of 24 - and if there is a pattern to maintain.

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The answer is 222,2 slabs of 600 mmm x 600 mm.

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