The problem statement was that we are trying to find the largest rectangle possible within these requirements:
The first corner has to be on the corner of y=16x^2 The second corner has to be at the origin of the graph The third has to be on the positive yaxis The fourth has to be on the positive xaxis 
When we first saw the problem we wrote down some strategy ideas and questions we needed answered to solve for it. I thought we needed to solve for x in the function y=16x^2. I thought at first that it was just going to be a point and then I realized that the x^2 means a quadratic function which means a parabola. Since we had already done a unit on that and I didn't recognize that there was a constant my next step idea was to solve for the x intercepts by factoring the equation. But then when we came together as a class I found out that the 16 is the constant because for the yintercept x=0 so when you plug in 0 for x you get 16. So 16 is the constant, which means yintercept=16.
