Q: How many 18 x 18 tiles to cover 440 square foot floor?

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you need to know how wide the floor is in addition to how long. Number of tiles is lenght x width

Well, isn't that just a happy little problem to solve! Since the perimeter of the square room is 32 feet, each side is 8 feet long. To cover the floor with 1-foot tiles, you'll need 8 tiles along each side, so a total of 64 tiles will cover the entire floor. Just imagine all those little tiles coming together to create a beautiful floor for your square room.

the answer is 40 square yards

12 inches = 1 foot Thus the tiles would be 1 foot square. You therefore need 30 to cover a 30 square foot room.

12" x 12" = 1' x 1' = 1 square foot per tile12' x 6' = 72 square feet72/1 = 72 tiles.

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It should take about 825 1 foot square tiles to cover a floor with those dimensions. This assumes roughly a 10% waste factor.

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240 square tiles are needed

you need to know how wide the floor is in addition to how long. Number of tiles is lenght x width

A tile measuring 2 foot by two foot (which, incidentally, is an unusually large tile) has an area of 4 square feet, so it would take 100 such tiles to cover a 400 square foot floor.

Well, isn't that just a happy little problem to solve! Since the perimeter of the square room is 32 feet, each side is 8 feet long. To cover the floor with 1-foot tiles, you'll need 8 tiles along each side, so a total of 64 tiles will cover the entire floor. Just imagine all those little tiles coming together to create a beautiful floor for your square room.

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the answer is 40 square yards

12 inches = 1 foot Thus the tiles would be 1 foot square. You therefore need 30 to cover a 30 square foot room.

12" x 12" = 1' x 1' = 1 square foot per tile12' x 6' = 72 square feet72/1 = 72 tiles.

Look at your kitchen floor. Many linoleum floor tiles are 1 square foot in area. One foot on each side. ■

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