I've already mentioned repeatedly that Mercator maps, yes the ones you find in schools because I remember this from when I was in school, have scales on them that show how size changes according to latitude. It's really not their fault if everyone ignores the info that is plainly there.
Google is an exception to this, they use a Mercator projection for their map and don't like showing scale. However, there are websites that allow you to drag and drop countries around and adjust them to show the actual sizes. The broader point is that the azimuthal equidistant projection, you know the one that flat earthers claim is the ~actual map~, is also extremely distorted at southern latitudes but that would have to be how the countries actually look in this case. If you're taking a projection and saying "this is what the planet actually looks like", you can't pair it with a scale that changes according to what latitude you're at. Why does no one seem to be getting that point?