1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the area of the largest isosceles triangle that can be inscribed in a circle of radius 4. Solve by writing the area as a function of θ 2. Relevant equations A=1/2 (bh) 3. The attempt at a solution Given the side h and the hypotenuse 4, we can find the base of the smallest triangle to be sqrt(16-h2) which means that the base of the largest triangle is 2(sqrt(16-h2)). Its height can be considered as h+4, which would give a side length of sqrt(8h+32). So the area would be: sqrt(16-h2)(h+4). However, they want it to be solved in terms of theta, which is the part that I am not sure of.