The division by constant optimization often produces constants that
are uimm32, but not simm32. These constants require 3 or 4 instructions
to materialize without Zba.
Since these instructions are often used by a multiply with a LHS
that needs to be zero extended with an AND, we can switch the MUL
to a MULHU by shifting both inputs left by 32. Once we shift the
constant left, the upper 32 bits no longer need to be 0 so constant
materialization is free to use LUI+ADDIW. This reduces the constant
materialization from 4 instructions to 3 in some cases while also
reducing the zero extend of the LHS from 2 shifts to 1.