How Much Tile Is Need to Tile a Room 10x11 If Tile Is 18 Inches?

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A 10ft by 11ft room would be 120in by 132in, or 15,840sq in. If your tiles are 18in by 18in, you would need 7 tiles by 8 tiles, or 56 tiles (18,144sq in) to fit the area.
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It would take 8 tiles to span the 12 feet, and 10 tiles for 15 feet. So you need 8*10 tiles = 80. You would need 7 full boxes, with 4 tiles leftover.
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