# [Tex/LaTex] A symbol for the quotient of two objects

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One often needs a symbol to denote the quotient of two (algebraic) objects (e.g. quotient by a subgroup, subring, submodule etc.). In simple cases people use A/B. But when both A and B are complicated to write, this doesn't look good. e.g. \mathcal{O}_{(V',0)}/\mathcal{O}_{(V,0)}

For some reason, people do not use just \frac{A}{B}. Is there some way to achieve the following:

$A$ raised a bit, then \Big/ then $B$ a bit lowered.

\newcommand{\bigslant}[2]{{\raisebox{.2em}{$#1$}\left/\raisebox{-.2em}{$#2$}\right.}}
$$\bigslant{\mathcal{O}_{(V',0)}}{\mathcal{O}_{(V,0)}}$$