Q: How many four inch tiles to you need to tile 27 square feet?

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One square foot can be divided into four 6 inch squares. Multiplying the number of square feet by 4 gives an answer of 4,000 6 inch squares in an area of 1,000 square feet.

The answer will depend on the units used for 12 x 12. It should be blindingly obvious to anybody that the number of 12 inch x 12 inch tiles or 12 cm x 12 cm tiles will be quite different.

2.25 square feet.

Approximately 96 square feet.

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..."

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A 24x24 inch tile would be four square feet. 140 divided by 4 would be 35 tiles.

120 tiles because the area of the floor is 30 square feet. If you can fit four tiles into one square foot then you could fit 120 tiles in 60 square feet.

5,184 2-square-inch tiles are needed.

225 16-inch tiles.

875 24-inch tiles.

125 16-inch tiles.

18 10x10-inch tiles.

297 16x16-inch tiles.

236 18-inch tiles.

61 whole tiles represent 1421/3 square feet 144 square feet works out to 61.714 tiles (rounded)

Find out how many square feet you need, and multiply that number by four. For example: If your room measured 10 feet by 10 feet, you need 100 square feet. For 6 inch tile, multiply that by four and you find you'll need 400 tile.

You'll need 200 18-inch tiles.