Q: How many floor tiles for a room that is 12feet by 16 feet?

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Depends on the size of the tiles.

If the floor tiles are measured in inches and the room is measured in feet then the tiles are 1sq feet and the room is 6x8 = 48 sq feet so you would need 48 tiles.

128.2 tiles

Depends how big the tiles are!

You would need 216 tile. Figure how many 2-inch tiles are in one square foot: there are six across and six up/down. That's 36 tiles per square foot. The floor is 3 feet by 2 feet, which is 6 square feet. 6 square feet x 36 tiles is 216 tiles.

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120 tiles because the area of the floor is 30 square feet. If you can fit four tiles into one square foot then you could fit 120 tiles in 60 square feet.

Depends on the size of the tiles.

If the floor tiles are measured in inches and the room is measured in feet then the tiles are 1sq feet and the room is 6x8 = 48 sq feet so you would need 48 tiles.

128.2 tiles

5.8

12feet 4inches

192

Depends how big the tiles are!

You would need 216 tile. Figure how many 2-inch tiles are in one square foot: there are six across and six up/down. That's 36 tiles per square foot. The floor is 3 feet by 2 feet, which is 6 square feet. 6 square feet x 36 tiles is 216 tiles.

205.3125 tiles exactly OR 206 tiles, with a bit left over!

12 feet is ~3.66 meters.

12 feet = 3.6576 metres.