Q. How many 10cm by 10cm tiles would be needed to cover an area 3.25m by 2.17m? The answer is 726, but closest i've ever gotten to the answer was from $\displaystyle 32.5\times21.7=705.25$ Thanks
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hello $\displaystyle \frac{3.25 \times 2.17}{0.1\times0.1} = 705.25(m^{2})$
thats what i got too, but my the answers say its 726
Can you buy a fraction of a tile, or must you buy whole tiles?
Originally Posted by stapel Can you buy a fraction of a tile, or must you buy whole tiles? i can't help but say....OMG YOUR A !#$%ING GENIUS , i guess this is abit of a thinking outside the box question which i clearly didnt do
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