The teachers taught the students how to do one-step equations with division where the problem is set up like this: n/2 = 5 The students learned to multiply by 2 on both sides to remove the 2 from n and to get the answer of 10. I wanted to make review sheets for one-step equations. On math-drills.com at http://www.math-drills.com/algebra/algebra_missing_numbers_in_equations_variables_division_001.pdf I saw problems set up like this: 10/n = 5 Wouldn't the students need to do two steps to solve a problem up set like this one? Would they first multiply by n on both sides and THEN divide by 5? They can't multiply by 10 on both sides, that won't solve the problem-- but I can see the students I work with trying to multiply by 10. Am I missing something? Math isn't my strongest subject but I like to review math concepts to help out my students.