Q: You have 1267 square feet you need 35 square feet per child do you have enough?

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20*20 square feet tile = 400 square feet, so in principle, two tiles will cover 800 square feet, which is more than enough. This is provided that the offcuts can be used.

If you buy 18 boxes you will have enough, plus a few extra. 18 boxes will cover just over 434 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.

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35 square feet per child indoors, and 75 square feet per child outdoors.

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22 Yards is 66 feet. not enough information 22 Yards X ?= ?square feet

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20*20 square feet tile = 400 square feet, so in principle, two tiles will cover 800 square feet, which is more than enough. This is provided that the offcuts can be used.

210 square feet

you only need about 3-4 square feet per chicken indoors, and about 10 square feet per chicken outdoors, so if the indoors part is 350 square feet, that's easily enough for about 85-115 chickens! I think you're good.

There's nothing wrong at all with "square feet". But if you think it doesn't sound educated or cultured enough, you can say "feet squared".

If you buy 18 boxes you will have enough, plus a few extra. 18 boxes will cover just over 434 square feet.

A square of 17 inches on a side.Not enough for even one people.