Heya guys, I and some colleges were discussing pounds per square and pounds per square foot and I wonder if you can help me with an answer, I would be grateful. So the question is, what is pounds per square inch relative to pounds per square foot? For example, if I had some flooring installed in my apartment that had a pounds per square inch pressure resistance of say 1000 pounds per square inch, would this also suggest it has a pressure resistance of 144000 pounds per square inch? I thought you would just multiply by 144, due to there being 144 square inches in a square foot to find the pressure resistance per square foot. By pressure resistance I mean could I place something far heavier as long as it occupied a square foot of flooring than I could place the same weight in a square inch? Thank you for any answers, if there are any resources you have that I could take a look at so I can show my friends as well that would be great!