how many 12 inch floor tiles do i need to cover 90 square feet?

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4.325 times 12 inches to a foot equals 51.9 on my calculator.

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You should measure the square feet or meters of the room with a measuring tape and then when you go buy the tiles you should find out their measurements and you will know how many tiles can go into the measurement of the room. Good luck!

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OronD is right, no way to calculate it (there are countless answers).