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1 m2 = 1m * 1m = 100 cm * 100 cm = 10000 cm2

Each tile = 10cm * 10 cm = 100 cm2

So, number of tiles = 10000/100 = 100

Q: How many 10cmx10cm tiles to 1 meter square?

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You would need 25 (5x5).

That depends entirely on the thickness of each tile !

One square foot is 12 inches by 12 inches so you can fit in it 9 tiles in a 3 tiles by 3 tiles square.

There are 100 cm in a meter, so the wall is 400 cm X 1200 cm. If there is no gap between the tiles: then 400 cm / 4 cm = 100 tiles, and 1200 cm / 4 cm = 300 tiles. So 100 x 300 = 30,000 tiles.

If the tiles are 12x12 inches square - you would need... 75 !

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How many 60cm x 30cm tiles in a square meter?

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how many 300x300 mm tiles in a square metre

Depends on the size of the tiles.

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600x300x7mm tiles fill a 20 feet container?

You would need 25 (5x5).

300 mm = 0.300 meter and 600 mm = 0.600 meter. The area in meters of each tile is therefore 0.300 X 0.600 = 0.180 square meter. The number of tiles require to total 1 square meter therefore is 1/0.180 = about 5.5. Therefore, no integral number of tiles will exactly fill the specified space, and no more than five will fit. If the 1 square meter has a very long and narrow shape, narrower than 0.300 meter, no tiles at all will fit.

It will take nine 330 by 330 mm tiles to cover one square meter. The room is 144 square meters in area. 9X144=1296 tiles. With a 5mm grout.

The answer will depend on the size of the tiles!