@srestha Apart from the below stackexchange link, you do have any standard reference explaining the formulae you have used to answer?
My logic yields $1170$ as the number of units the given line passes through. Please check my logic.
Slope of the line connecting $(0, 0) \text{ and } (90, 1100) = \frac{1100-0}{90-0} = 12.22...$
This means, per $1$ unit of the x-axis, the line passes through $13$ units across the y-axis.
$\therefore$ The line passes through $13 \times 90 = 1170$ unit squares.