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300 sq ft X 144 sq in/sq ft = 43200 sq in

43200 sq in /(16 in X 16 in) = 169 tiles

That is true if the tiles fit exactly. If you have to cut some tiles because the length or width of the floor is not an exact multiple of 16 inches, then you may need more.

Q: How many 16x16 tiles are needed for a 300 sq ft floor?

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205.3125 tiles exactly OR 206 tiles, with a bit left over!

675 of them. Get extra for breakage.

Assuming you mean 16x16 inches tiles... 441 tiles would cover the area exactly

297 16x16-inch tiles.

The answer will depend on the size of the tiles.

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205.3125 tiles exactly OR 206 tiles, with a bit left over!

45.19

675 of them. Get extra for breakage.

The amount of tiles needed to cover a floor will depend on the size of the floor.

How much 16x16 of ceramic tile is required to cover a 170 square foot kitchen floor

that question depends on how big your tiles are and how big your floor is

Assuming you mean 16x16 inches tiles... 441 tiles would cover the area exactly

297 16x16-inch tiles.

You would have 79 tiles.

The answer will depend on the size of the tiles.

:) 260*12*12/(16*16) = 146.25 when u buy the tiles buy 10% more

16 inch x 16 inch = 16x16/144 = 1.777777.... sq.ft. 450/1.777777..... = 253.125 tiles (not counting any wastage caused by cutting, breakage, etc) = 254 tiles minimum.