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Q: How many 1 inch square tiles would be needed to cover square foot?

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It would cover 144 square centimeters.

104.0625 tiles exactly (so - 105 tiles in all)

Assuming the tiles are 1 foot squares, you would need 10*15 = 150 tiles.

15'x15' is 225 square feet; so I would figure on 225 tiles. I would get a few extras in case some crack.

Each 16 inch tile is 1.78 square feet. You would need 169 tiles, plus some for spoilage.

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81 tiles squared because if it's a square then it would be 9x9 which is 81

Tiles that are two feet on a side cover 4 square feet. 378 of them cover 1512 square feet.

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500/1.78 = 281 tiles

a 12 x 12 tile is 1 square foot. So, you would need 300 tiles to cover 300 square feet

11 feet x 14 feet = 154 square feet. You would need 9 tiles, that measured 4 inches x four inches, to cover one square foot. So you would need 154 x 9 tiles to cover the entire area, which is 1386 tiles.

If the tiles are 1 foot squares, it will take 1,650 of them to cover 1,650 square feet. If the tiles are 16 inch square (1-1/3 square feet, each), then it would take 1,238 tiles.

You will need at least 66,828 1/4 tiles to cover that area.

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You would need a total of 92 tiles. It would take just over 91 tiles to cover the area given.

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