Q: How many 6x6 tiles do you need to make 8 sq ft?

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76.6 tiles

LXW is the formula for area Then its 4 6X6 tiles = 1 sq ft each so looks a lot like 340 tiles

There are 4 6X6 tiles per sq foot. So looks like 4 tiles X 5 Feet=20 tiles.

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4 tiles are needed. 6x6=36 and 8 goes into 36 4 times, therefore 4 tiles are needed.

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It takes 4 6x6 inch tiles to cover a square foot. You will need 180 tiles, plus some for spoilage and mistakes.

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76.6 tiles

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.

LXW is the formula for area Then its 4 6X6 tiles = 1 sq ft each so looks a lot like 340 tiles

There are 4 6X6 tiles per sq foot. So looks like 4 tiles X 5 Feet=20 tiles.

264

4 tiles are needed. 6x6=36 and 8 goes into 36 4 times, therefore 4 tiles are needed.

20.

A square foot is 12" x 12" space. You have 4 ea of 6"x6" tiles in a square foot.

A 6 x 9 room has 54 Sq. Ft. There are 4 6x6 tiles in a square foot. 4 x 54 = 216 tiles.

440 6-inch square tiles.