Analog circuit concerns about both of power reduction and system noise. Since system noise cause errors in the analog computing system, continuous valued number system (CVNS) has been introduced in order to recover the precision from such an error. This number system is built for low noise arithmetic using analog representations and operations. Several redundant signals are proposed in order to increase the precision. The correct result is obtained only in the case that the error does not exceed the error tolerance. Some fundamental arithmetic operations which are addition, subtraction and multiplication are also presented. In this thesis, we demonstrate that division can be performed in the system by presenting a division algorithm for continuous valued number system. Division is performed sequetially starting from the most significant digit. We also show that the result satisfies the properties of the continuous valued number system. The relationship between the number of digits and the errors is also analyzed.