HTML  Meaning  

÷ 
÷ ÷ U+F7 
Division Sign The Division Sign, denoted as ÷, represents the mathematical operation of division, dividing one number by another. 
× 
× × U+D7 
Multiplication Sign Represents the mathematical operation of multiplication. 
+ 
+ U+2B 
Addition Sign Represents the mathematical operation of addition. 
 
 U+2D 
Subtraction Sign Represents the mathematical operation of subtraction. 
= 
= U+3D 
Equal Symbol Represents equality between two numerical expressions. 
≠ 
≠ ≠ U+2260 
Not Equal To Represents inequality between two numerical expressions. 
/ 
/ U+2F 
Forward Slash Sometimes used as an alternative to the Division Sign in programming and other contexts. 
➗ 
➗ U+2797 
Heavy Division Sign Emoji Represents the operation of division and is often used in informal contexts or digital communication. 
✖️ 
✖ ️ U+2716 U+FE0F 
Heavy Multiplication Sign Emoji Represents the operation of multiplication and is often used in informal contexts or digital communication. 
➕ 
➕ U+2795 
Heavy Plus Sign Emoji Represents the operation of addition and is commonly used in informal settings or digital communication. 
➖ 
➖ U+2796 
Heavy Minus Sign Emoji Represents the operation of subtraction and is often used in informal contexts or digital communication. 

🟰 U+1F7F0 
Hollow Division Sign Emoji Represents the operation of division and is commonly used in informal settings or digital communication. 
What is the Division Sign?
The Division Sign, symbolized by ÷, is used in mathematics to indicate the operation of division, where one number is divided by another. In addition to the standard Division Sign (÷), the forward slash (/) is often used as an alternative, especially in programming and data entry. The Division Sign (÷) can be interchangeably used with the forward slash (/) in mathematical expressions. For example, the expression "6 ÷ 2" is equivalent to "6 / 2".
How to Type the Division Sign Using Keyboard Shortcuts, Alt Codes, and LaTeX
 Windows: Hold down the Alt key and type
0247
on the numeric keypad, then release the Alt key.  Mac: Press Option + /.
 Linux: Press Ctrl + Shift + u, then type
00F7
and press Enter.  HTML: Use the named entity
÷
or the numeric entity÷
.  LaTeX: To type the Division Sign in LaTeX, use the command
\div
.