Table of Contents

- 1 How many tiles of measure 10 cm 10 cm are required to cover a surface of 4 m 25 m?
- 2 How many square big tiles are needed to cover the rectangular floor?
- 3 How many tiles is 10 cm by 6 cm?
- 4 How many rectangular slabs of 10 cm 8 cm are required to cover the floor of a hall M 12 M 10?
- 5 How many tiles of 10cm by 6cm will be needed to pave a rectangular path of 5m by 3m in the garden?
- 6 How many tiles will it take to cover 120000cm^2 of area?
- 7 How many tiles do I need to cover a 4m floor?

## How many tiles of measure 10 cm 10 cm are required to cover a surface of 4 m 25 m?

no. of tiles required=1000.

**How many rectangular tiles of dimension 15 cm 10 cm will be required to cover the floor of a square ground whose side is 12 Metres?**

Given, rectangular tiles of dimensions 15 cm x 10 cm. Hence, 9600 rectangular tiles of dimensions 15 cm x 10 cm will be required to cover the floor of a square ground whose side is 12 m.

### How many square big tiles are needed to cover the rectangular floor?

As there seem to be 12 inches per foot, you can easily cover a square of side length one foot with four tiles. As the given rectangle can readily be partitioned into 9⋅12=108 such squares, you need 4⋅108=432 tiles.

**How many rectangular tiles 32cm 18cm will be required to pave the floor of a hall 63m 4.8 m?**

= 5250 tiles. Hence the number of tiles required are 5250.

## How many tiles is 10 cm by 6 cm?

**How many tiles with dimensions 5 cm and 12 cm will be needed to fit a region whose length is 100 cm and breadth is 144 cm?**

Summary: It is given that the tiles whose length and breadth are 12 cm and 5 cm respectively will be needed to fit in a rectangular region whose length and breadth are given. We found that 240 tiles are required in the 1st case and 42 tiles are required in the 2nd case.

### How many rectangular slabs of 10 cm 8 cm are required to cover the floor of a hall M 12 M 10?

Answer: 15000 slabs are required to cover the floor of the hall.

**How many tiles whose length and breadth are 10 cm and 7 cm respectively will be needed to fit in a square region whose side is 140 cm?**

Mensuration | Exercise 10.3 Thus, 42 tiles are required.

## How many tiles of 10cm by 6cm will be needed to pave a rectangular path of 5m by 3m in the garden?

**What is the standard size of floor tiles?**

Though some manufacturers have their own, non-standard sizes, most square tiles come in the following sizes: 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 18 and 24 inches; and most tiles that are specifically made for flooring are found in larger sizes from 6” and upwards.

### How many tiles will it take to cover 120000cm^2 of area?

Given that length of floor is 4m and breadth is 3m, we get area of total floor as 12m^2 or 120000cm^2. Now, assuming the tiles are square in shape and with a side of 20cm each, the area that would be covered by the tile would be 20×20 = 400cm^2. So, to cover 120000cm^2 of area we need 120000/400 number of tiles.

**How do you calculate the number of tiles on a floor?**

Knowing these, our online tile calculator can calculate the area size and the area of a single tile. From there, the basic formula to calculate the number of tiles required to cover an area is to divide the size of the area by the area of a single tile: Number of tiles = area size / single tile area.

## How many tiles do I need to cover a 4m floor?

So for the length of 4m, you would need 20 (4 x 5) tiles across and for the breadth of 3 m, you would need 15 (3 x 5) tiles across. So in total you would need 20 x 15 = 300 tiles to cover the floor. * remember I mentioned “in theory” above?

**What is the average size of a mosaic tile?**

Size. Tile size can range anywhere from smaller mosaics that are 3/8″, to 24″ × 48″ slab tiles and everything in between. Square sizes (same width and length) are the most popular, accessible, and easiest to install. While straight edge tiles (rectangular, square, parallelogram) are most common, unique tile shapes also exist, though