Jamie wants to put tiles on the walls and floor of his room( but not on the ceiling). the length of his room is 10 feet, the width of his rooms is 14 feet , and the height is 12 feet. if each tile is 1 foot long and 1 foot wide how many tiles will jamie need ?
716 tiles needed.
The parameters of a room given in the question are
Length = 10 feet
Width = 14 feet
Height = 12 feet
and Jamie wants to put the tiles on walls and the floor of his room.
Dimensions of each tile
Length = 1 feet
width = 1 feet
Surface area of walls and floor = 4 walls + floor = 4(Area of one wall) + area of floor
= 2(Length×height + width×height) + (length×width)
= 2(10×12 + 14×12) + (10×14) = 2(120+168) + 140 = 2×288 + 140 = 576 +140 = 716
Now total number of tiles required = Total area to be covered/area of one tile
Number of tiles = 716/1 = 716
Therefore 716 tiles needed by Jamie.
716 tiles are required by Jamie.
We are given the following information in the question:
Dimensions of room:
Length of room = 10 feet
Width of room = 14 feet
Height of room = 12 feet
Dimensions of tile:
Length = 1 feet
Width = 1 feet
Area of 1 tile =
Area of room to be covered by tiles =
Number of tiles required =
Thus, 716 tiles are required by Jamie.
the width = 14 ft
the height = 12 ft
there are 4 walls and the floor
one wall has area = 10*12=120 ft^2
4 walls has area = 4*120=480 ft^2
the floor has area = 10*14=140 ft^2
total area of walls and floor = 480+140= 620 ft^2
- so bc. we know that each tile is 1 foot long and 1 foot wide so what mean an area of 1 ft^2 and the total area equal 620 ft^2 so this mean that Jamie will need 620 tiles
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so, the number of months could be only positive whole numbers.
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