You would need 25 (5x5).
Tiles are the "square things". Altogether, the tiles make up the floor.
it would be 81 tiles
Lets do length and width in terms of tiles. The length is 6m/0.2m/tile 30 tiles and the width is 5m/0.2m/tile 25 tiles. Then the area is l X w 30 tiles X 25 tiles 750 square tiles. Since each tile is square, 750 tiles.
If that is 60" tiles it would take 16 total.
Floor tiles come in many different sizes.Floor tiles come in many different sizes.Floor tiles come in many different sizes.Floor tiles come in many different sizes.
The answer will depend on the size of the tiles.
The amount of tiles needed to cover a floor will depend on the size of the floor.
If the tiles are 1 x 1 FOOT, then they cover 118 square feet.If the tiles are 1 x 1 INCH, then they cover (118/144) = 0.8194 square foot (rounded)If the tiles are 1 x 1 METER, then they cover (118 x 3.280842) = 1,270.1 square feet (rounded)
The number of tiles needed to cover the floor is a function of the size of the tiles
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.
It should take about 825 1 foot square tiles to cover a floor with those dimensions. This assumes roughly a 10% waste factor.
675 of them. Get extra for breakage.
240 square tiles are needed