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The CyberSquad helps Shari make a new batch of Cosmic crumpets. Since they're out of dragon drool, they venture out to collect some. In order to make fewer trips to the dragon, they convert the needed six 1/4 cups into 1 cup and two 1/4 cups so that they only need to make three trips. While the crumpets are baking, Shari presents the CyberSquad with two different ways of writing out fractions.

Shari burned an important batch of magic crumpets and needs to make a new batch of 8. However, her recipe will only make 4 crumpets. Matt helps her determine the quantity of each ingredient she needs to use in order to make 8 batches.

Bad Man challenges two kids to solve problems involving calculating the fraction of a whole number. The kids walk through the process of solving each problem in a clear manner with supporting visuals. They solve every problem correctly.

Sad Man introduces us to Third Bird and Snorter, who are each allowed to have a fraction of their total treats. Sad Man walks us through how many treats each animal will get. Later, a song featuring Third Bird and Snorter explains how to calculate the fraction of a number.

Sad Man and Bad Man both illustrate that calculating the fraction of a whole number is the same as dividing by the denominator. Bad Man then challenges Amber and Ashley to match fractions with their equivalent divisions, and they complete the challenge successfully.

Digit and Wicked need to talk to the Sphinx to find the location of the Universal Vortex Opener (UVO). In order to get the Sphinx to talk, they have to feed it the correct number of chocolate sand cones. They use their understanding of fractions to determine how many sand cones to feed him.

The CyberSquad needs to power their ship's motor to stop Hacker. To get the motor started, they need to draw power from a crystal that has between 65% and 85% orange stripes; otherwise, the motor will not start or will burn out. They count the number of orange stripes on each crystal to determine the fraction of stripes that are orange. Then, they convert each fraction into a percent to determine which crystal they should use to power the motor.