Q: What is the division line called?

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Division bar

The division sign is simple. Draw a short line similar to a dash like this - Put a dot on top of the line and put a dot under the line. That symbol indicates division.

the division box is called a division bracket

The result of division operation is called a quotient.

The result of Long division is called a quotient.

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Yep, to do long division the box is called a division bracket.

the line is called a division bar

It is usually called the division bar or the fraction bar

Division bar

I believe that's called a "division sign" does it have 2 dots on TOP of a line? If it does then its a division sign.

It's called the vinculum, but it can also be called the fraction bar or division bar.

it is called the repeat line thingy!

Half a line of verse is called a hemistich. A hemistich is a division of a line of poetry into two parts, often creating a pause or a sense of completion within the line.

When you write a division as one number above (or before) another, with a line between them, then the number on the top is the numerator. So, in the division x/y, x is the numerator. y is called the denominator.

The answer to a division problem is called a quotient or divide. The answer to a division problem is called a quotient or divide.

The long division symbol has no established name of its own. However, it consists of a closing bracket and a horizontal line on top of the numbers called a "vinculum" - from the Latin meaning "something which is tied up".

They are called these names: 1. solidus 2. fraction bar 3. division bar