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Area of each tile = 6 ft * 6 ft = 36 square ft

Area to be covered = 325

Number of tiles required = 325/36 = 9.03 = 10

That is the mathematical answer. In real life the number of tile required will depend on how "well-behaved" the shape is, what proportion of offcuts can be used.

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