Multiplication isnt what it seems...
(UPDATE: After even more pondering, i'm completely remaking the multiplication and division sections.)

See its called MULTIplication, but its actually addition
this is how it normally is: 2x4 = 2+2+2+2 = 8
notice how you can just call it "shortened addition" ?
wheres the multiplying part?
Here's what i think real multiplication is like:
2x4x3= 2x3x3x3x3 = 162
It's like my last model, but with a third factor.
Cause i thought to myself: Why is it always multiplied by itself?
Should there be a third factor which dictates what the initial number is multiplied BY?

Division is not the opposite of multiplication
(since divison is just "to divide evenly", as in a sum)
(and not "to un-multiply")
The closest thing to "un-multiply"
is to find the root of the multiplied number
(divide your number by the smallest number that divides it and
which doesnt result in remainders)
(and then count the amount of steps used
to get the exact expression again)
Example: The multiplication root of 8 is 2
(8/2=4 4/2=2)
(meaning the amount of steps is 2)
The original expression being 2x2.

Cool division facts
4/0 = four divided evenly into 0 equal parts = 4
Here's my thought process:
Four is the number you start with.
0 is the amount of times you divide it,
(in other words you dont)
So then the answer is obviously 4.

Chapter 2: Nonexistent negatives

The negative sign
is a sign that makes no sense.
Lets say for example you have 10 cats.
You then turn those cats into "negative cats"
somehow. Can you even imagine a negative cat?
And no, turning the cat inwards and making it black
still makes it a "thing", so it doesnt count.
No, a negative cat would have to not exist and yet also have shape.
It would have to be the inverse of a cat, yet not have matter at all.
(at least in my mind)
(also, have you ever seen a negative ANYTHING in your life?)
Obviously this is impossible.
This means that the idea of "negative" stuff
is preposterous and a complete lie.
(except if by negative you mean the abscence of stuff)

Two's table: (7 repetitions or effectively 6)
2x1 and 4x0 = 4
2x2 and 8x0 = 8
2x3 and 4x1 = 16
2x5, 8x1, and 4x2 = 64
2x7 and 4x3 = 256
2x8 and 8x2 = 512
2x9 and 4x4 = 1024
Observations:
Each product's last number alternates from 2, 4, 8, and then 6.
If you add those numbers together you get: 20

Three's table: (5 repetitions or effectively 4)
3x2 and 9x1 = 9
3x4 and 9x2 = 81
3x6 and 9x3 = 729
3x8 and 9x4 = 6,561
3x10 and 9x5 = 59,049
Observations:
Each product's last number goes from 3, 9, 7, and then 1
the bigger the mutiplier is.
If you add those numbers together you get: 20

Four's table: (7 repetitions or effectively 6)
2x1 and 4x0 = 4
4x5 and 8x3 = 4,096
4x8 and 8x5 = 262,144
Observations:
Each product's last number alternates from 4 and then 6.
If you add those numbers together you get: 10

Five's table has 0 repetitions.
Observations:
Numbers always end in a five.

Six's table has 0 repetitions.

Observations:
Numbers always end in a six.
6x4 = 7776 which is a weird number.

Seven's table has 0 repetitions.
Observations:
Each product's last number alternates from 7, 9, 3, and then 1.
If you add those numbers together you get: 20

Eight's table: (4 repetitions or effectively 3)
8x0 and 2x2 = 8
8x1, 2x5, and 4x2 = 64
8x3 and 4x5 = 4,096
8x5 and 4x8 = 262,144
Observations:
Each product's last number alternates from 8, 4, 2, and then 6.
If you add those numbers together you get: 20

Nines table:
9x0 and 3x1 = 9
9x1 and 3x3 = 81
9x2 and 3x5 = 729
9x3 and 3x7 = 6,561
9x4 and 3x9 = 59,049
Observations:
Each product's last number alternates from 9 and then 1.
If you add those numbers together you get: 10

General observations:
If you add the numbers you get from all the sum of the last number sequences you get: 100
Three's and Seven's last number sequence have the same numbers in a different order.
Two's and Eight's last number sequence have the same numbers in a different order.