Units.MulDivD(Double, Double, Double) Method
Multiplies two double-precision floating-point values and then divides the result by another double-precision floating-point value. The final result is cast to a Double (rounded to the nearest integer dropping the values after the decimal place).
A double that is the multiplicand.
A double that is the multiplier.
A double-precision floating-point value that is the number by which the result of the previous multiplication operation is divided.
A double-precision floating-point value that is the final result of the operation.
The MulDivD method is commonly used when translating between different screen resolutions.