The perimeter of a square is 100 inches. How many square tiles 1 inch on each edge
are needed to cover its area?
no. the pentagon will have an extra 9 inches on the perimeter. square = 36 inches. Pentagon= 45 inches. Square = 9x4. Pentagon = 9x5.
If each side of a square is 7.5 meters then its perimeter is 30 meters
Couple of ways to do perform this task: (1) The area of each tile is 18 x 18 inches = 324 square inches. Calculate the area of the room in Inches: 9 ft (108 in) x 12 ft (144 in) = 15552 square inches. Take the area of the room, divided by the area of each tile: 15552 sq in/ 324 sq in = 48 tiles. (2) Determine how many tiles you need to span the width of the room. 9 feet divided by 18 inches is the same as saying 9 feet divided by 1.5 feet = 6 tiles across Determine how m any tiles you need to span the length of the room. 12 feet divided by 18 inches is the same as saying 12 feet divided by 1.5 feet = 8 tiles across 6 tiles wide x 8 tiles long = 48 tiles.
How many sides has a square? Are they all equal? Can you divide the perimeter by the number of sides?
The perimeter of each tile is 4 inches. So the perimeter of 16 tiles - separately - is 4*16 = 64 inches. The perimeter of a 16-tile shape depends on the shape.
A square has four equal sides. If its perimeter is 60 inches, then each side is 15 inches. A 15x15 square has an area of 15x15 = 225 square inches.
These 327 tiles will cover an area of 383.8 square feet.
Each side measures nine inches.
Each tile will cover 100 square inches. 12,000 square feet is 1,728,000 square inches. You will need 17,280 tiles.
Each side is six inches long.
Each tile covers 81 square inches. You have 1,296 square inches to cover. It will take 16 tiles to cover that area.