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your feet are cold due to the temperature difference which exists between your feet and the tile. The cold sensation is felt as heat energy is transfer to the tile from your feet.

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0.44444 square feet per tile.

A 6 ft * 12 ft tile will cover 72 square feet.

It is not clear what is meant by an "18x18 square feet" tile. 18ft * 18 ft = 324 square feet, so that one tile will be more than enough. An 18 inch by 18 inch tile cannot be a 18x18 square feet tile.

You can't answer how many tile you need since the size of the tile wasn't provided in the question. You will need 100 square feet of tile to cover the area and 10 square feet extra for cuts, breaks, and mistakes. Buy 110 square feet of tile.

You calculate the square feet of the room/ area. A square feet is still a square feet, no matter on the dimension of the tile

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A tile feels cold to the touch, because it is a good conductor of heat, so the heat in your hand is taken away by the tile.

I have noticed If my feet are cold and I put them in hot water, they turn yellow. or if my feet are hot and I jump in the pool, they turn yellow. also if you feet are warm and you step on cold tile, my feet also turn yellow. hope this helps.

2 square feet per tile.

About 0.67 sq feet per tile.

0.44444 square feet per tile.

If the tile is in inches, you would convert to feet. A one foot by two foot tile covers 2 square feet.

If tile is 12'x12' then their is 36

Another 53.75 square feet of tile would be needed.

Depends on square feet and type of tile

The perimeter of each tile is four feet.

1.78 sq feet per tile.

The tile is 2 feet by 4 feet. That gives you 8 square feet.