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There are loads of similar questions like this on here. The way to work it out is...

Multiply the area to be covered by 144 (the number of square inches in a square foot) then divide that figure by the size of the tile (in square inches) In this case it's...

(171x144) divided by (13x13)

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Q: How many 13X13 inch tiles needed for 171 sq ft?

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You will need 25, 13x13 tiles.

You would need 358 tiles.

426 of them. Get 470 to be safe.

the dimensions of one tile is 13x13 inches or 1.083x1.083 feet. Therefore area of one tile is 1.1736 square feet and that of 196 tiles is 196x1.1736=230.027

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247.1

You will need 25, 13x13 tiles.

You would need 358 tiles.

426 of them. Get 470 to be safe.

the dimensions of one tile is 13x13 inches or 1.083x1.083 feet. Therefore area of one tile is 1.1736 square feet and that of 196 tiles is 196x1.1736=230.027

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You will need approximately 23.4 tiles, so 24 tiles. Assuming 13x13 tiles is in inches.

The best way to figure out how many 13x13 tile will be needed to cover 30 sf of floor is to calculate 13x13/144 give coverage per tile (1.1736), then take 30/1.736 = 25.56 tiles.

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13x13= 169in(one tile) 300/169= about 1.8 (amount of tiles that can fit)

13 boxes with 13 tiles in each

236 18-inch tiles.