A portmanteau combining the words Coefficient of Friction. It is popularly used with university students studying physics.
It was first discovered at the University of Regina, by an undergraduate physics education student.
A blend of the two words "square" and "area". Rather than saying the squared area, one can just say, "squarea".
Brought into use by a University of Saskatchewan masters student in the Faculty of Engineering.
I must find the squarea in order to solve this problem.