I'm doing a bit of research for a tech presentation that touches on the subject of mathematical duality. (To be clear, my presentation is not on mathematics or duality, but mentions duality in passing.)

My question for the math folks is, **is it correct to say multiplication is the mathematical dual of division**? Or am I completely misunderstanding mathematical duality?

Wikipedia says,

the divides and multiple-of relations on the integers

is considered an example of an "order reversing duality".

So in layman's terms, could a person characterize multiplication/division as an example of mathematical duality?