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Q: What is 6x-36?

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The answer depends on the units used for 6*36. It also depends on the shape of the 40 square feet area. If it is a circular shape then a lot of tiles will need cutting and that will result in a significant amount of wastage.

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First, find the square footage of a 6" x 36" plank. 6 x 36 = 216 square inches. There are 144 square inches in a square foot (12" x 12" = 144). So divide 216 by 144 to get the square feet per plank. 216 / 144 = 1.5 sq ft per plank. Your room is 16' x 12'. Multiply the two numbers to find square footage of the room: 16 x 12 = 192 square feet. You have 192 square feet, using planks that are 1.5 sq ft each. 192 / 1.5 = 128 planks. Generally, you will want to add from 5% to 10% for waste, depending on your layout (is it one big room, or several smaller rooms with lots of cutting?) (are you doing a straight layout, or diagonal?) and your skill level. If in doubt, add 10% to be safe. 128 planks + 10% --- that's 128 x 1.1 = 140.8 planks.