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Q: How many 3 x 6 tiles do you need for 1 square foot?

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I recall answering this recently. If the area is square, and the tile dimensions are in inches then the tiles are 4 sq ft and you need 12 tiles. If the area is not square (Circular? Long and thin?) then you will have wastage, so you will need more tiles.

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

104.0625 tiles exactly (so - 105 tiles in all)

7.35 Is what you need

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400. That's because there are four six-by-six tiles in each square foot. 4 tiles per square foot X 100 square feet = 400 tiles.

342 of them.

Each tile will cover 2 square feet. So you will need 12.5 tiles.

24 of them.

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

776. You need four tiles for one square foot (tiles are 36 square inches, a square foot is 144 square inches) so 4 tiles times 194 sqft is 776. You will want some spares too.

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75 tiles would do it (a 12*12 inch time = 1 square foot) but you need 10% over this for waste so you need to get 83 tiles.

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