The number below the fraction bar in a fraction is the denominator. The number above the fraction bar is the numerator.
You have to divide the numerator (the number above the fraction bar) by the denominator (the number below thefraction bar) to get a fraction to a decimal.
The number below the fraction is called the denominator.
The denominator in the unsimplified fraction.
It indicates that the numeral below it is to be multiplied by a thousand.
VINCULUM - The bar above a roman numeral
A bar over a Roman numeral multiplies the base numeral by 1000. Example: V with a bar over it = 5000
The bar over the "Numeral" means 1,000 times the numeral. Example, an L means 50 and an L with a bar over it means 50,000
Only if the fraction has not been simplified.
The horizontal bar in a fraction is called a vinculum or, informally, a "fraction bar".
Mixed number or mixed numeral
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 number below the bar is called the denominator.The top number of the fraction tells us how many parts we have.We call it the numerator.The bottom number tells us how many parts are in the whole.We call it the denominator.
12 parts are in a fraction bar
It indicates multiplication by a thousand
The number 5000 can be represented by the numeral V with a horizontal bar placed above it or by the numeral [V]
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."