Yes, using two 3ft x 3ft tiles.
Yes we can with the help of 2 tiles placed side-by-side.
Not without having to slice some tiles up ! The tiles you would need are:- 2 of 3ft x 3 ft 1 of 2ft x 3ft 2 of 3ft x 1 ft 1 of 2ft x 1 ft
david cortes is the answer
10.5 tiles without any gaps between the tiles.
Two and Four are both common denominators of Four and Eight, therefore either of these can be used. You would need only two 4ft square tiles or eight 2ft square tiles to cover the 4ft x 8ft floor.
3ft = 1 yd
3ft is 91.44 centimeters.
3ft by 4ft
One cubic foot contains 7.48052 gallons. 3ft by 3ft by 3ft is 27 cubic feet contains 201.974 gallons
One cubic yard equals 27 cubic feet (3ft X 3ft X 3ft). So if you were able to slice that "cube" into 6 inch sections, you would have 6 slabs at 6in X 3ft X 3ft. Placed side to side 18ft x 3ft x 6in. For a total of 54 square feet at six inches deep.