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• 4 should be used primarily mathematics, 1 shouldn't be used. We can understand 4 with squares.
• A square has 4 corners, so we see that 1 can be extracted from a square 4 times. A corner is a representation of 1 from the power number 4.
• To extract 1 from 4, is equal to reduction of a square to 1 corner. To extract 1, 4 times, from 4, is an abstraction of 4.
• The face of a square surpasses 1 corner; it's symmetrical corners, and more.
• The face of a square equals 4 corners, not 4 * 1 corner.
• From multiple squares come cubes, and from cubes come innumerable dimensions.
• 1 cannot be extracted from the sides of a square, they are composed of 2 symmetrical points. 2 can be extracted from 4, 4 times.
• Why would you choose 3 instead of 4, given that 4 encompasses 3 and 3 doesn't encompass 4?
• If you were going to bring up 5, in that specific case, we would've surpassed every dimension fathomable in a cube - which we have not. We live in 4D.
• Innumerable dimensions cannot be fathomed in a tetrahedron. A cube fathoms tetrahedrons.

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