Do you think that mathematicians, engineers, and scientists

Im only going by the evidence that I see in the math mistakes.

such as yours and kallogs mistakes.

if you have a yard stick.

place it on the floor , now mark its length.

now turn it 90 degrees from where it is.

now mark its length again.

mark off the 4 corners of the squared area you just measured.

why do you use 4 corners? , because a square is square and a square has 4 corners.

calculate the number of square feet inside the square.

now if you had 3ft^2 how many sq feet is that?

is it 3 sq ft?

or is it 9 sq ft?

I say its 9 sq ft = 3ft^2

just look at the ^2 and think about what it represents...

it means that its squared.

10^2 = 100