Solved with and Array.
Ok, I have done more research and have come up with an answer.
Thanks to kittiewan and the tutorial she provided here:
The reason you want to use an Array is simple.
To reduce the amount of code and increase the number of variations when a sequence is generated.
If you happened look at the first example using The Brute Force Method
I coded in only 3 variations based on the random number that was generated,
in actuality there are 6 different possibilities. being : 1,2,3 ,, 1,3,2 ,, 2,3,1 ,, 2,1,3 ,, 3,2,1 ,, 3,1,2
Could I have coded those different possibilities in? of course, but what a hassle.
Here is the image of how I adjusted her code to my needs.
and here is the capx: