Q: How many 12 in tiles to tile a 9ft by 10ft room?

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You can't answer how many tile you need since the size of the tile wasn't provided in the question. You will need 100 square feet of tile to cover the area and 10 square feet extra for cuts, breaks, and mistakes. Buy 110 square feet of tile.

176 tiles

You would need 111 tile, but with waste you will want to get 125 tile.

12 x 13 or 156 tiles.

3/10 of a tile

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You can't answer how many tile you need since the size of the tile wasn't provided in the question. You will need 100 square feet of tile to cover the area and 10 square feet extra for cuts, breaks, and mistakes. Buy 110 square feet of tile.

176 tiles

If it is a 4inch by 4inch (1/3foot by 1/3foot)tile and it covers a 10ft by 10ft area then it will take 900 of these tiles to cover the whole floor. If you walk ten feet on a edge of this floor then you will have to place 30 tiles along this edge. Since the area is a square area then to find the amount of tiles just multiply 30 by 30 to get 900tiles.

You would need 111 tile, but with waste you will want to get 125 tile.

12 x 13 or 156 tiles.

3/10 of a tile

667 of them. Get 733 to be safe.

You would need 56 tiles to do the floor

70 tiles. Add an additional 10% for cuts.

The tile is bigger than the area that you want to cover (12x12 > 10x11) so one tile will do. <><><><><> However, if you meant 12x12 INCH tiles, and a 10x11 FOOT room, you would need 110 tiles.

About 137 tiles, if they are 1ft X 1ft dimension, or about 137 square feet of tile. If you are using smaller tile, calculate how many tile are needed per square foot and multiply that times 137.

each tile is one square foot so you need 55 tiles