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Q: How many square feet do you need to cover 12x12 foot room?

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Since a 12x12 tile is one square foot, then 38 12x12 tiles will cover 38 square feet.

A 12x12 inch paver is one square foot. So you would need 240 square feet.

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144 square feet.

Since each 12x12-inch tile is one square foot, you will need 750 of them.

144 square feet

12" x 12" = 1 square foot. 99 of them will cover 99 square feet.

A 12x12 tile is 1 sq foot, so you will need 198 tiles.

It is 144 square feet.

80 if the tiles are 12x12 - 12x12 is one square foot covering 80 you would need 80 tiles

A 12x12 inch tile covers a square foot. You would need 198 plus spoilage and grout lines.

12" x 12" = 1 square foot. 400 of them are required in order to cover 400 square feet.

Well if 12x12 is one square foot and you have 44 you need to cover figure 10% for breakage (5 tiles) it looks like 50 tiles will do ya

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195 12 inches x 12 inches is 1 square foot

Each tile covers a square foot. So you need 542, plus some for spoilage and cutting.

Since a foot is twelve inches, a square foot = 12x12 = 144 square inches.

12" x 12" = 1 square foot, so you need 452 of them.

Each tile will be one square foot. So you have 135 square feet.

144 square feet. Just multiply length by width - the answer is the square footage.

Since 12" by 12" is one foot by one foot or one square foot, 1237 of these tiles will feet in 1237 square feet.

144 !

Since a 12" x 12" tile is exactly one square foot, the answer should be obvious.

12X12=1 Square Foot of tile. You would need 49 Square Feet of tile.

Gee, a square foot is 12x12, difficult problem.