Q: How many floor tiles makes up one yard?

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3 feet makes a yard

3 foot = 1 yard so 30 foot x 30 foot floor = 10 yard x 10 yard floor = 100 square yards.

It depends on the units of the 1 X 1 tiles. There will be 25920 tiles measuring 1 inch X 1 inch. Different numbers for tiles of dimensions 1 ft X 1 ft, 1 yard X 1 yard, 1 centimetre X 1 cm etc. Unfortunately, that bit of information is not given in the question.

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You measure surface with square metre and length with yard. Your question does not make sense this way.

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It depends on the units used for measuring the tiles. Obviously, the number of 18 inch x 18 inch tiles required will not be the same as 18 cm x 18 cm tiles. And if there were 18 yard x 18 yard tiles, you would need only 1.

3 feet makes a yard

18*18 is 324in2. This is 0.25 square yards. So you need 4 tiles

3 feet makes a yard

3 foot = 1 yard so 30 foot x 30 foot floor = 10 yard x 10 yard floor = 100 square yards.

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You do not have to level your yard but it is advised. Another option is building a platform for the deck to sit on. Outdoor decking tiles can be found online or at Home Depot.

9 square feet is a square yard.90 square feet is 10 square yards.10 square yards at 11 per square yard is 110 just for the tiles.Unless the tiles perfectly fit the area to be covered, you will need to purchase extra tiles since a number of tiles will have to be cut to fit against the wall.For a bathroom you still need to add the cost of tile adhesive, grout, and labor :)

1acar=yard

4,840 square yards.

It depends on the units of the 1 X 1 tiles. There will be 25920 tiles measuring 1 inch X 1 inch. Different numbers for tiles of dimensions 1 ft X 1 ft, 1 yard X 1 yard, 1 centimetre X 1 cm etc. Unfortunately, that bit of information is not given in the question.

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