Does the divisor always represent the hops in division? 5x3=15;Therefore you would se 5 hops of 3?
First things first, a divisor isn't part of multiplication. It's a number that divides another number, N, without leaving a remainder. For instance, if we take 15/3 then 3 is the divisor because it divides 15 without leaving a remainder.
Now to what you're asking, it's actually similar to a workout. When you're asked to do 5x10 jumps, it means you do 5 sets of 10 jumps. So if we apply that to here we can see that 5 is the number of times you will repeat 3 jumps and those 3 jumps are what you called a "hop". In this way you're making a 3 step "hop" 5 times.
Hope this helped. =]