The numerator is the number on the top of the line and the denominator is the number on the bottom
The number above the line is the numerator. The number below the line is the denominator.
That would be the numerator. The numerator is above the denominator. The numerator divided by the denominator would be equal to the quotient. So, numerator/denominator = quotient
The line separates the numerator and the denominator.
The terms of a fraction are 'Numerator' and 'Denominator.' The numerator is the number atop the dividing line, the denominator is that on the bottom. For example, in 5/7, five is the numerator, and seven is the denominator.
That is a vinculum.
The numerator, which is the number above the line. The denominator, which is the number below the line. The denominator defines the size of the fractional parts of a whole, and the numerator tells how many there are. A fraction is often used to express the division of the numerator by the denominator.
The solidus line separates the numerator from the denominator in a fraction.
It is called a vinculum.