"address line 1" and "address line 2" simply means your home address, or any address where you want the mail to go to.It's basically asking you where you live.Here's an example:"address line 1": 123 Main St (St = Street)"address line 2" : apartment 4 ("apt 4" for short)
The first line of your postal address and the second line of your postal address. But if the second line of your postal address is your town or city check that the next field is not "town/city". So for example: Address Line 1: 21, Any Street Address Line 2: <leave blank> Town/City: Mytown or Address Line 1: Apartment 1234 Address Line 2: 21, Any Street Town/City: Mytown
Address 1) House number and street name Address 2) City or town Address 3) State and/or county Address 4) Zip or postal code Address 5) Country [optional]
Sometimes, the length of your actual address may not be able to be contained on just one line. Furthermore, some people prefer to have their apartment number or suite number on the second line of their address, for easier scanning.
Typically, the house number and street name. Line 2 would be city, state. (US)
As for example in the fraction 1/2 the / symbol is the solidus line.
If a line has a slope m then a line perpendicular to it has a slope -1/m ( negative inverse). For example if a line has slope positive 2, its perpendicular has slope -1/2
If the line has a slope of 2, then the perpendicular line has a slope of -1/2. The slope of a perpendicular line is the negative reciprocal. Another example would be if the slope of a line is -1/4, then the slope of the perpendicular is 4.
The portion of the fraction below the divide line For example, in 1/2 two is the denoninator.
Many online forms leave two lines for the address. Most ordinary residential addresses only need one line, but some more complicated addresses need two. For example, 1234 Main Street, Apartment 123 4321 Main Street Mail Stop 473457634J
0.25 = 1/4 Halfway between 0 and 1/2