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If the are 6 square's metres.how many 550 mm x 550 mm doe's siyabonga need to tile the bathroom?

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To calculate the number of tiles needed, we first need to convert the area of the bathroom from square meters to square millimeters.

1 square meter is equal to 1,000,000 square millimeters.

So, 6 square meters is equal to 6,000,000 square millimeters.

Next, we need to calculate the area of each tile:

550 mm x 550 mm = 302,500 square millimeters

Now, we divide the total area of the bathroom by the area of each tile to find out how many tiles are needed:

6,000,000 square millimeters / 302,500 square millimeters = 19.83

Since you cannot have a fraction of a tile, Siyabonga will need to purchase 20 tiles to tile the bathroom.

1 square meter is equal to 1,000,000 square millimeters.

So, 6 square meters is equal to 6,000,000 square millimeters.

Next, we need to calculate the area of each tile:

550 mm x 550 mm = 302,500 square millimeters

Now, we divide the total area of the bathroom by the area of each tile to find out how many tiles are needed:

6,000,000 square millimeters / 302,500 square millimeters = 19.83

Since you cannot have a fraction of a tile, Siyabonga will need to purchase 20 tiles to tile the bathroom.

Google Gemini AI

more than 4 weeks ago

1 square meter = 1,000,000 square millimeters

6 square meters = 6,000,000 square millimeters

550 mm x 550 mm = 302,500 square millimeters per tile

6,000,000 square millimeters / 302,500 square millimeters per tile =

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