Unfortunately, they are not one dimensional arrays. Each array has a size of (10,7,1). It would be fine to just push in the elements of each array, if I could just figure out how to do it properly. In AS3 I would simply add each array to the game array and then choose randomly from there. But, thanks for the suggestion R0J0hound.
antares330, I am basically goaling to recreate the educational games that I have made for my site fun4thebrain.com. I have many many games that desperately need to be turned into HTML5, so I am tackling Construct 2 in hopes of rapid development. Since all the artwork is done, once I get the array situation figured out, I should be able to whip the games out. Fingers Crossed! lol
I will look into the idea of randomly choosing from the chosen arrays. Maybe creating an array of the chosen fact families, and then, when loading the problems, it could randomly choose from that array and go from there.... hmmmm... that might work. Doesn't seem pretty, but it could be functional. Thanks.