Q: How many sq ft are there in a 20 inch tile?

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2.007 sq ft

One 16 X 16 inch tile is approximately 1.78 Sq. Ft. So the answer is 85 tiles. Get extra for breakage.

Kitchen is 12 x 20 which is 240 sq ft. 9sq ft = 1sq yd 240sq ft/9sq ft = 26.6667 sq yds 26.6667 sq yds x $8.91 per sq yd = $237.60

Floor area = 12 ft x 18 ft = 216 square feet. There are 4 six-inch square tiles needed for each square foot, so 864 tiles are needed.

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2.007 sq ft

One 18 inch x 18 inch tile = 1.5 ft x 1.5 ft = 2.25 sq ft.400 sq ft x 1 tile/2.25 sq ft = 177.77 = 178 tiles

A 12x24 inch tile equals two square feet.

The number of tiles required will be different if they are 20 inch x 20 inch tiles rather than if they are 20 cm x 20 cm tiles. Also, the answer depends on whether the room is 12 foot by 8 ft or 12 metres x 8 metres. In the extreme case, you would need only a single 20 ft x 20 ft tile for a room that is 12 ft by 8 ft.

18 in/12 in/ft = 1.5 feet 1.5 x 1.5 = 2.25 sq ft per tile 130 sq ft/2.25 sg ft/tile = 58 tiles

6 feet by 1.5 feet would be 16 9-inch tiles

420. Get 450 to be safe.

What are dimensions of the tile? You usually multiply two sizes of the tile (they are in inch so you convert them in feet) and obtain the sq ft of a tile, and than multiply with the number of tiles that you have.

A 12 inch by 12 inch tile is 1 ft by 1 ft, which is 1 square foot. So you would need 120 tiles.

A 24 inch tile x 24 inch is 2 ft by 2 ft = 4 square feet 648/4 = 162 tiles

a 12 x 2 inch square tile is 1 foot by foot = 1 sq ft you need 252 tiles

A quarter of one tile (6 ft * 20 ft) will be sufficient!