Q: How many 16 inch squares in 168 square feet?

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You will get 36 pieces.

There are 16 squares with sides of a quarter inch in one square inch.

It is not possible to answer this question without knowing the size of the individual squares - 1 sq inch squares, 1 sq ft squares, 1 sq metre squares or what?

104, but you have 0.32 of the last one left over.

A 12 by 12 inch square is a square foot. Which means it would take 180 of them.

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There are 81 squares that are each 18 inches in size in 162 square feet. This is calculated by converting 162 square feet into square inches (23,328 sq in) and dividing that by the area of one 18-inch square (324 sq in).

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26,928 1" x 1" squares to cover 187 square feet.

You will get 36 pieces.

There are 16 squares with sides of a quarter inch in one square inch.

It is not possible to answer this question without knowing the size of the individual squares - 1 sq inch squares, 1 sq ft squares, 1 sq metre squares or what?

559 4.25-inch tiles with part of one tile left over.

104, but you have 0.32 of the last one left over.