To figure out how many 30×30 tiles are in a square meter, you need to calculate the area of one tile in square meters and then divide the total area by the area of one tile. Typically, there would be approximately 11.11 (or rounded to 12) 30cm x 30cm tiles can fit in 1 square meter.

A 30×30 tile measures 30cm long by 30cm wide which is equivalent to 300mm x 300mm or 0.3m x 0.3m in dimension. To calculate area of one tile, you can multiply length and width, such as area = 0.3m × 0.3m = 0.09m2. So, there would be 0.09 square meters area in one 30cm x 30cm tile.

**To calculate how many 30×30 tiles in 1 square meter- use this calculation steps:**

- Convert dimension of tile in meters: Like, a 30×30 tile measures 0.3×0.3 in meters
- Estimate area of one tile in square meter: To calculate area multiply the length and width of one tile, like area = 0.3m x 0.3m = 0.09m2
- Estimate number of tiles needed per m2: Divide 1m2 area by the area of 1 tile, this give you the number of 30cm x 30cm tiles in a m2, such as number of tiles = 1/0.09 = 11.11 tiles needed.
- It is only possible to buy whole tiles, therefore you need to round up 11.11 tiles to 12 30×30 tiles.

**How many 30×30 tiles in different square meters space**

In general, if you use 30×30 tiles for your project, there are 12 tiles per m2, while there are 56 30×30 tiles in 5 square meters. Likewise, there are 112 30×30 tiles in 10 square meters, while there are 223 30×30 tiles in 20 square meters. In addition, there are 278 30×30 tiles in 25 square meters.

**How many 30×30 tiles in 10 square meter bathroom**

To find out how many 30×30 tiles are needed for a 10 square meter bathroom, you need to calculate the area of one tile (0.3×0.3 = 0.09m2) and then divide the total area of the bathroom by the area of one tile (10/0.09 = 111.11 tiles). Therefore, you would need 111.11 (or rounded to 112) tiles to cover a 10 square meter bathroom.

**How many 30×30 tiles in 5 square meter**

To find out how many 30×30 tiles are needed for a 5 square meter bathroom, floor or kitchen, you need to calculate the area of one tile (0.3×0.3 = 0.09m2) and then divide the total area of the bathroom by the area of one tile (5/0.09 = 55.55 tiles). Therefore, you would need 55.55 (or rounded to 56) tiles to cover a 5 square meter.

**Conclusions:-**

To calculate how many 30×30 tiles are in a square meter, divide 1m2 area by the area of 1 tile, this give you the number of tiles in a m2. Normally, there would be approximately 11.11 (or rounded to 12) 30×30 tiles can fit in 1 square meter.