Q: What number of tiles will make an array that is 2 tiles wide?

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3*5 = 15 tiles.

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Using all five tiles, only one rectangle can be made. (1 tile wide by 5 tiles long) Using less than all five tiles, you could make six different rectangles. (squares are technically rectangles too.) The rectangles possible would be: 1 tile wide by 5 tiles long, 1 wide by four long, 1 wide by 3 long, 1 wide by 2 long, 1 wide by 1 long, and 2 wide by 2 long.

* Calculate how many tiles you need to place for the required width. (Divide width of sideway by width of tile; round up if necessary.)* Calculate how many tiles you need to place for the required length. (Divide length of sideway by length of tile; round up if necessary.) * Multiply the number of tiles long, times the number of tiles wide. This gives you the number of required tiles. (Some additional adjustments may be required; not relevant for this problem.) Divide that by the number of tiles per box, to get the required number of boxes.

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3*5 = 15 tiles.

my number of tiles will make a rectangol 6 tiles wide and im greayer than 50 and im a two digit and the sum of my digits is 9

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To make a rectangle 2 tiles wide, you will need at least 2 tiles. However, to form a complete rectangle, you will also need additional tiles for the length of the rectangle. The number of tiles required will depend on the desired length of the rectangle. For example, if you want a rectangle that is 2 tiles wide and 4 tiles long, you will need a total of 8 tiles.

25 * 20 = 500 tiles

5 x 8 = 40, so 40 tiles are in this rectangle.

Any multiple of 5 will do.