Java does integer division, which basically is the same as regular real division, but you throw away the remainder (or fraction). Thus, 7 / 3 is 2 with a remainder of 1. Throw away the remainder, and the result is 2.
Incremental Java Integer Division
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The divisor is the number you're dividing by. Divide the first number of the dividend, 4 by the divisor, 32. 4 divided by 32 is 0, with a remainder of 4. You can ignore the remainder for now.
Long Division with Remainders - Calculator Soup
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Since most keyboards don't have the times and division symbols you learned in grammar school, Java uses * to mean multiplication and / to mean division. The syntax is straightforward as you see below. Floats and doubles are multiplied and divided in exactly the same way.
Multiplication and division in Java - Cafe au Lait
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