If you are talking about the fraction bar in mathematics, the "fraction bar" is the real name. It is sometimes called a vinculum (although this is a misuse of the word). The fraction bar in amateur radio, also known as the forward slash is officially known as the "fraction bar."
Most people just use the name Fraction Bar. Some people call it the Division Bar, too.
it can be called a solidas or i division bar
The number below the fraction bar in a fraction is the denominator. The number above the fraction bar is the numerator.
Simply put, the bar in a fraction means divided by. In other words, 1/2 can be read as "one divided by two".
The horizontal bar in a fraction is called a vinculum or, informally, a "fraction bar".
There is no vertical bar in a fraction. A fraction is written with either a horizontal bar or a slanted bar, which is technically called a "vinculum", but most people call it a "fraction bar".
The fraction is 16/3. The bar over the top of the 3 means that the decimal is a repeating decimal using the term that the bar is over. In this case, the 5.(bar)3 means 5.333333... out to infinity.
12 parts are in a fraction bar
A fraction bar is the bar in between two numbers to make a fraction........the fraction bar means divide. For example: 1 over 2 is equals 2.
It is usually called the division bar or the fraction bar
The fraction bar is the line between the numerator and denominator.
how do I label the first part of the fraction bar with the correct unit fraction