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# How many 9 ft by 9 ft tiles fit in a room with an area of 300 ft?

Updated: 12/24/2022

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13y ago

First determine the area of each tile. Area is defined in a quadrilateral as length times width. 9ft X 9ft = 81ft^2

Now just divide:

300ft^2 / 81ft^2 = 3.704 tiles

The answer is 3.704 or almost 4 tiles.

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