After hearing the story, One Hundred Angry Ants, learners apply what they have seen to a math challenge. They choose one of three numbers: 12, 24, or 36. Imagining this were the number of ants going to a picnic, they consider how many ways these ants could arrange themselves into equal rows. Learners demonstrate their conclusions visually through drawing an array. They find multiple solutions until they can explain why there are none left.