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Total area = 4 ft * 6 ft = 24 sq ft.Area of each tile = 8 in * 8 in = 2/3 ft * 2/3 ft = 4/9 sq ft.


So number of tiles = 24 / (4/9) = 24 * 9/4 = 54 tiles.

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