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What does grid search mean in the following sentence?

To expedite your request for grid search, please fill out this form completely, one form for each school site, and mail it with the fee in the amount of $310.531.

  • The small, raised "1" at the end of the number is not part of the number. It is "superscript" -- in other words, it is small and raised, and not part of the rest of the line of text. There are three main uses of superscripted text: 1) As in this example, as hyperlinks to footnotes or endnotes. In this example, footnote 1 explains why the fee is required, and when it might change. 2) To indicate that one number is raised to a power. For example, 3² = 9. 3) In Physics, to indicate particular properties of certain atoms or other particles. – Jasper Mar 8 '15 at 17:16
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PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA EDUCATION CODE 17213, THIS REQUEST IS FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF ALL AQMD PERMITTED FACILITIES WITH THE POTENTIAL TO EMIT HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANTS LOCATED WITHIN 1/4 MILE OF A SCHOOL SITE

AQMD is 'South Coast Air Quality Management District' - basically just in case there are any air-polluting sites within 1/4 mile of a school, you have to pay for AQMD to search the ground for such plants. They have divided the ground into grids, based on squares of 1/4 mile radius.

AQMD

  • Is there other meanings for this term in other contexts? – Ali Erfani Mar 9 '15 at 15:24

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