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Q: If you have an area of 1344 square feet to fill up how many 12X12 inch tiles do you need?

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If you have an eight square foot area, and the tiles are 112x12-inches, you will need eight. If what you meant to say was an eight foot square area, that would be 64 square feet, and you would need 64 tile. Sorry! In the first line above should read, "...and the tiles are 12x12-inches..."

You need 0.52, so about a half.because a single 12x12 tile has an area of 144.

If you mean 12x12 "inches", then each tile covers 1 square foot. We trust you can take it from there.

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The tile is bigger than the area that you want to cover (12x12 > 10x11) so one tile will do. <><><><><> However, if you meant 12x12 INCH tiles, and a 10x11 FOOT room, you would need 110 tiles.

12" x 12" = 1' x 1' = 1 square foot per tile12' x 6' = 72 square feet72/1 = 72 tiles.

144 square feet

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12x12 paper is 12 inches on each side; the area of a sheet of 12x12 paper is 144 square inches or one square foot.

If your tiles are 12 by 12 that means they are 1 foot by 1 foot. Say you take 10 and put them in a row that means you will have 10 square feet Area=Length x width (1X10).

A 12*12 sq inch tile has an area of 1 square foot. So, to cover 20 sq ft you will require a minimum of 20 tiles. I say "minimum" because the actual number depends on the shape of the area to be covered and whether or not all offcuts can be used.

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