Answer depends on the dimensions of the room. assuming that both the tiles and the rooms are squares,
number of tiles = area of room/area of one tile
Depends how big the tiles are!
If the floor tiles are measured in inches and the room is measured in feet then the tiles are 1sq feet and the room is 6x8 = 48 sq feet so you would need 48 tiles.
240 square tiles are needed
You would need 216 tiles if you left no space between them for grout.
i cant give you an answer with out know how big the tiles are sorry :(
144/(1.5*1.5) = 64 tiles, but if you are using this to determine how many are needed to tile a room, you need to add at least 10% for edging around the room. So, you probably need at least 71 or more tiles.
2 tiles of 7 ft x 7 ft will be enough.
Four tiles are needed.
420. Get 450 to be safe.
one big one
assuming you mean 10" by 10" tiles, 200
It would be 171 sf, ideally 171 tiles but no tile is truly 12"x12" . SO i would purchase 171 sf when you go buy the tiles. not the number of tiles.
144 assuming no waste.
Each tile is 1 square foot.
4800 tiles 3*3=9 (area of tiles) 12*12=144 (width in inches) 12*25=300 (length in inches) 144*300=43200 (area of room) 43200/9=4800 (area of room over area of tiles)
12 tiles by 18 tiles or 216 tiles total