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Q: How many tiles do you need to cover 13 square foot?

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15 tiles exactly.

12 inches = 1 foot Thus the tiles would be 1 foot square. You therefore need 30 to cover a 30 square foot room.

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64 nos tiles is required calculation is

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

1080 will be your answer

If the tiles are 1 x 1 FOOT, then they cover 118 square feet.If the tiles are 1 x 1 INCH, then they cover (118/144) = 0.8194 square foot (rounded)If the tiles are 1 x 1 METER, then they cover (118 x 3.280842) = 1,270.1 square feet (rounded)

Assuming that 12 x 12 is 12" x 12" (one square foot), then 30 one-square-foot tiles would cover 30 square feet.

40. Each is a square foot.

1 tile = 1.77 of a square foot, 240 Sq.Ft. divided by 1.77 = 135.5 tiles ok

123 will cover it. Get extras.

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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Each tile will cover 2 square feet. So you will need 12.5 tiles.

18*18 = 324 tiles.

If the tiles are 1 foot squares, it will take 1,650 of them to cover 1,650 square feet. If the tiles are 16 inch square (1-1/3 square feet, each), then it would take 1,238 tiles.

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A tile measuring 2 foot by two foot (which, incidentally, is an unusually large tile) has an area of 4 square feet, so it would take 100 such tiles to cover a 400 square foot floor.

Each tile will cover 100 square inches. 12,000 square feet is 1,728,000 square inches. You will need 17,280 tiles.

240 square tiles are needed

Each tile covers 4 square feet. Which means you need 200 tiles to cover 800 square feet, plus spoilage.

It should take about 825 1 foot square tiles to cover a floor with those dimensions. This assumes roughly a 10% waste factor.

Depends on how big the tiles are.

It takes 4 6x6 inch tiles to cover a square foot. You will need 180 tiles, plus some for spoilage and mistakes.