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12 can go into a 100 two times

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Q: How many 12 x 12 tiles are needed for 100 sq. ft.?

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It depends on the dimension used for measuring the tiles. Whether they are 12 in x 12 in or 12 cm x 12 cm will make a huge difference to the number of tiles required!

12 in*12 in = 1 sq foot. 10 ft * 10 ft = 100 sq feet so 100 tiles would be needed - assuming no wastage.

420. Get 450 to be safe.

5*6=30*12=360/4=90 tiles

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.

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(100*144)/(12*5) = 240 tiles are needed

2400 tiles if you don't get any extra

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If the tiles are 12 inches square... 8352 tiles ! However if they're 12 feet square... 58 tiles

If they are 12 inches x 12 inches then you would need 399 tiles.

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210 of them.

It depends on whether they are 12 cm x 12 cm tiles or 12 inch x 12 inch tiles or some other, unspecified, measure.

399

12 x 12 tiles cover 144 ft2, so the number of tiles needed is 1800/144, which equals 12.5.

If your tiles are 12 x 12, 368 would cover it. Buy extra for breakage.

If they are 1 ft x 1 ft tiles, don't u need 104 of them?