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500 sq feet = 500*12*12 = 72000 sq inches

Each tile is 20*20 = 400 sq inches

So, number of tiles required = 72000/400 = 180

This assumes that either the shape is such that only whole tiles are required or that all offcuts are used.

Q: How many 20x20 inch tile needed for 500 square feet?

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1070 square feet is 154080 square inches. (1 square foot is 12x12 or 144 square inches.)a 20x20 inch tile is 400 square inches.So the question could be restated as "how many 400 square inch tiles does it take to cover 154080 square inches?"154080 / 400 = 385.2

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236 18-inch tiles.

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