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Postby deanne » Mon Nov 16, 2009 11:54 pm

Hello. How much is a 12" x 12" tile at 88 pieces for 45.6/m2 at $838
How much is an 18" x 18" tile at 88 pieces for 45.6/m2
How do I convert 12" tile or 18" tile to m2?
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Postby Ken Chevy » Sun Oct 24, 2010 9:37 pm

deanne wrote:Hello. How much is a 12" x 12" tile at 88 pieces for 45.6/m2 at $838
How much is an 18" x 18" tile at 88 pieces for 45.6/m2
How do I convert 12" tile or 18" tile to m2?



At 12"x12" = 144 in² per per tile or 1.00 ft² per tile. Thus you have 88 ft² of tile or about 8.1755 m². If 45.6 m² costs $838, then just divide and then multiply them: $838/45.6=$18.38 m² x 8.1755 m² = $150.27 for 88 of them.

At 18"x18" = 324 in² per tile or 2.25 ft² per tile. Thus, 88 tiles is 198 ft² of tile or about 18.3948 m². Again, if 45.6 m² costs $838, then $838/45.6=$18.38 m² x 18.3948 m² = $338.10 for 88 of them.

1 m² = 10.76 ft² or 1,550 in² from http://www.convert-me.com/en/convert/area
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