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776. You need four tiles for one square foot (tiles are 36 square inches, a square foot is 144 square inches) so 4 tiles times 194 sqft is 776. You will want some spares too.

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If that is 2' x 4' it would cover 800 square feet. If it is 2" x 4" it would cover about 5.5 square feet.

Assuming that 12 x 12 is 12" x 12" (one square foot), then 30 one-square-foot tiles would cover 30 square feet.

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It will require a minimum of 1,462 tiles. That number will cover about 1,850.34 square feet.

If your tiles are 12 inches x 12 inches you would need 144 of them.

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Tiles that are two feet on a side cover 4 square feet. 378 of them cover 1512 square feet.

500/1.78 = 281 tiles

If the tiles are 1 foot squares, it will take 1,650 of them to cover 1,650 square feet. If the tiles are 16 inch square (1-1/3 square feet, each), then it would take 1,238 tiles.

If that is 2' x 4' it would cover 800 square feet. If it is 2" x 4" it would cover about 5.5 square feet.

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192 tiles

Approximately 73 square feet.

I'm going to assume that the tiles are square inches, rather than square feet. But they can be converted to 3 square feet, which means 70 of them would cover the space if it were perfectly rectangular. Get 80 to be safe.

Since a 12x12 tile is one square foot, then 38 12x12 tiles will cover 38 square feet.

Two tiles will suffice since they will cover 36 square feet.

Each tile covers 4 square feet. You will need 24.75 tiles to cover the area.

11 feet x 14 feet = 154 square feet. You would need 9 tiles, that measured 4 inches x four inches, to cover one square foot. So you would need 154 x 9 tiles to cover the entire area, which is 1386 tiles.