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If the pool is TEN feet long and FIVE feet wide andeach tile is ONE square foot. TEN times FIVE is FIFTY. so you would need FIFTY tiles.

This is actually incorrect. If you want to SURROUND the pool, it would be 30 tile, 10+10+5+5. This would not include any flange area on the pool edge, and would only be 1 row of tile. If you are covering a deck area surrounding the pool, more deminsions would be required (such as the width of the deck on each side of the pool). 50 would be correct if you were filling in the floor of the pool.

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The perimeter of the pool is 2*(10+5) = 30 feet. So you would need 30 tiles.

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5 x 8 = 40, so 40 tiles are in this rectangle.

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The perimeter of the pool is 2*(10+5) = 30 feet. So you would need 30 tiles.

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