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- It’s says that “every division problem has a related multiplication problem”

I am trying to understand this sentence.

For example what is ##\frac {169}{13} = ?##

This says “When ##169## is divided into ##13## groups how many there are in each group?”

This can be converted into a multiplication problem like this “##13## groups of how many in each group makes ##169##?”

This is ##13 * ? = 169##. It can be solved by repeated addition of ##13##.

Am I correct? Does this makes sense?

This says “When ##169## is divided into ##13## groups how many there are in each group?”

This can be converted into a multiplication problem like this “##13## groups of how many in each group makes ##169##?”

This is ##13 * ? = 169##. It can be solved by repeated addition of ##13##.

Am I correct? Does this makes sense?