I referred earlier to a negative superscript used with the conventional symbol for meter. In the article the value was written asThe impedance coupled by wires is very high so to get 5 mA m-2 which means per meter squared, you would need 10kV of audio if the coupling reactance was 2 kOhm

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10mA mˉ². My guess is that the exponent minus 2 would be handled the same as it would in the expression 10ˉ² which equals 0.1. My logic says 2m² equals 2 square meters. The value of m° equals 0. The value of m¹ equals 1 meter. The value of m² is one square meter. The value of m³ is one cubic meter. Inversely mˉ¹ equals a square decimeter. The value of mˉ² equals a square centimeter, and so on. I might be mistaken or mˉ² might be slang. The exponents could go on infinitely in the negative direction but I'm am not visualizing a value for m exponent 4. Apparently unicode doesn't either and exponents cease above 3. Let me know if you are certain on this matter. Thanks. Regardless of area represented I do not plan to use it to support my notion of RF burns.