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Josh interrupts his dinner to help someone else's son with algebra. He uses baseball players and stats to conceptualize what the x and y in equations actually represent.

High school teacher Mr. Jaime Escalante teaches his students about negative and positive numbers. He uses a real-world example of digging into sand at the beach to help students understand the concept.

Jerry and Buddy are caught cheating on an algebra quiz and are brought to the principal's office. Intimidated by Buddy, Jerry tells the principal that he cheated off of Buddy when Buddy actually cheated off of him. The principal asks Buddy to solve two quiz problems to determine if Jerry is telling the truth. To Jerry's surprise, Buddy solves the problems correctly.

The CyberSquad's ship needs 40 glows of power to take off. The group learns that Hacker changed the gleamer's power output from six to four, so they use algebra to calculate how many gleamers they'll need to reach the minimum power output of 40 glows. They determine that they'll need 10 gleamers, or three additional gleamers, to take off before the island turns inside out.

Katherine is invited to solve the algebra problem on the board at school and exceeds her teacher's expectations. The teachers encourage her parents to enroll her in a more challenging school because of her precocious abilities in math.

The CyberSquad needs to balance the scale using two weights in order to access the machine that will save Sensible Flats from disaster. After some time, they figure out the two equal weights to use and save Sensible Flats just in time.

Inez and Digit need to balance the scale with four numbers and gain access to the machine in order to save the bunnies from the dangerous cyberstatic. They balance five numbers with ease but realize they can balance only four numbers. They learn that removing the same weight from each side does not affect the balance of the scale.

Billy is struggling with a math problem that he has for homework, and he doesn't want it to affect his performance on the field. The entire baseball team tries to help him solve it, and they eventually come to the correct solution after several failed attempts. The problem is as follows:If Joe can paint a house in three hours and Sam can paint the same house in five hours, how long does it take for them to do it together?