Q: How many yards of gravel it takes to cover six hundred square feet?

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We don't see the units on the 12x12 tile, but we have to assume it's inches. So each tile = 1 square foot. The room measures 20-ft x 12-ft = 240 square feet. So it takes 240 tiles to cover the ceiling, and another 240 to cover the floor. In order to calculate how many tiles it takes to cover the walls, we need to know the height of the ceiling above the floor.

It is not clear what is meant by an "18x18 square feet" tile. 18ft * 18 ft = 324 square feet, so that one tile will be more than enough. An 18 inch by 18 inch tile cannot be a 18x18 square feet tile.

It takes 3000 dimes to make three hundred dollars.

One-hundred million (100,000,000).It takes one hundred million of them.

It is the area and is measured in square units.

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AnswerThe density of gravel varies depending on many many things. For one there is packed and loose density. Next the density varies much of how many fines and coarses (sand and rock) are in the gravel mixture. There are many ways to find the density of gravel but takes a little know how. So there is no definite answer to this question.The density of compacted gravel will vary from 2100-2300 kg per cubic meter.

We don't see the units on the 12x12 tile, but we have to assume it's inches. So each tile = 1 square foot. The room measures 20-ft x 12-ft = 240 square feet. So it takes 240 tiles to cover the ceiling, and another 240 to cover the floor. In order to calculate how many tiles it takes to cover the walls, we need to know the height of the ceiling above the floor.