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• #### 21: Good with Numbers

Ben helps the patrons of his shop calculate the price of the clothes they want to purchase, including discounts. He performs all of the calculations in his head.

• #### Nathan For You: Dealing with Competitors

Nathan comes up with a plan to help Alan, owner of Speers TV, compete with Best Buy by using their price-match policy against them.

• #### Dragon Ball Super: Pilaf Corrects Trunks' Math

While in math class, Trunks is called on to solve a math problem: (1000 - 900 * 0.5). Trunks attempts to subtract 900 from 1000 first, but Pilaf interrupts him and correctly states that he must multiply 900 by 0.5 first then subtract the result from 1000. To make his point more tangible, Pilaf uses an example involving a sale.

• #### Seinfeld: The Discount

Elaine goes out with a salesman who offers her a discount on a dress. He wants sex, but would prefer for her not to take advantage of the discount—he's dangling it in front of her as an incentive. She wants the discount, but would prefer not to have to sleep with him for it—she'd dangling it in front of him as an incentive. Both stall the other....and achieve a suboptimal social outcome. Kramer says "you need to establish trust before you can have a free exchange of sex...and discounts, the cornerstones of a healthy relationship."

• #### Seinfeld: A Wife For a Discount

Jerry does something nicer for his dry cleaner, who then extends his family a discount. Jerry's girlfriend claims to be his wife in order to get the discount.