I have a question about matrix multiplication; well, actually, matrix division. I am assuming that matrices are divided the same as they are multiplied...
No; division is not defined for matrices. As the previous reply suggests, you have to use a different process. (I'm guessing you're self-studying or thinking ahead of your class syllabus...?)
With numbers, dividing by a value was the same as multiplying by the "multiplicative inverse", being the reciprocal of the intended divisor. For instance, 10 divided by 2 is the same as 10 times 1/2.
While matrices cannot be divided, they can (sometimes) have multiplicative inverses. To learn about this topic and the process for finding an inverse, try here