# Math

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Ceramic tiles measure 2 inches by 3 inches. What is the least number of tiles that are needed to completely cover a square area that is 2 feet on each side?

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Let x = # tiles

144 in^2 = 1 ft^2

2ft * 2ft = 4ft^2

4ft^2 = 6/144ft^2 * x

Solve for x.

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