The number being divided in a division problem is called the dividend.
The number being divided is the dividend, which is being divided by the divisor to equal the quotient. (dividend) Ã· (divisor) = (quotient)
In a division problem, the number being divided is the Dividend, the number doing the dividing is the Divisor, and the solution to the problem is called the, "Quotient". (KWO-shunt)
In long division, the divisor is the number outside the division sign (it's the number that the first number is being divided by). So in this problem, the divisor would be 2.
The divisor is the divider, the numerator is the number being divided.
Not sure what your question is. If what you are asking is for the terms used in a division problem, they are: (1) the divisor: the number that is being used to divide by; (2) the dividend: the number that is being divided; and (3) the quotient: the result (or answer) of the division.
To check the answer to a division question, multply the divisor (the number that is being divided into the dividend) and the quotient (the answer). If there is a remainder, add the remainder to the answer. If the number matches the dividend, your answer to the division problem is correct.