Conflict By The Numbers

Conflict By The Numbers


Bryce Beaulieu, Kathryn Turner, Katie Carpenter


Trent Barnhart

Learning Targets
I can apply geometric methods to solve design problems (e.g., designing an object or structure to satisfy physical constraints or minimize cost; working with typographic grid systems based on ratios).
I can evaluate reports based on data.

Recently, we have been learning about ratios and proportions. Ratios and proportions have been used to define similarity. More specifically in Geometry, we use ratio and proportions to find scale factors to determine if polygons are similar or not. You will be applying your knowledge of ratios, proportions, and similarity to your Exhibition on Conflict. You will be creating a booklet that dives into the conflict of war. The United States has fought in many wars throughout its history and each war has affected our country in different ways. Which war has affected our country the most? What factors led to the results of each war? How does conflict impact the involvement of a war? These are the guiding question you will look to answer through your research and calculations.

Final Products
Bryce Beaulieu
Kathryn Turner
Katie Carpenter

Additional Content 
Conflict by the Numbers – Descriptor
Conflict by the Numbers – Rubric

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