This is a 21st century skills project for students to incorporate what they learned about polynomial functions. It is also a chance to eat in class and have some fun. Students are given specific dimensions for a poster to buy. There are 5 variations (forms A-E) in the dimensions to help prevent cheating. Students answer the math questions on the handout about zeros, relative minimum/ maximum, intervals of increase/decrease, standard form, domain, and draw the graph of their function. The x value of the relative maximum will be used to cut out a square from each corner of the poster, then fold it up and tape it. This will create an open top box with the maximum volume for the given poster dimensions. Students decorate their box with a product name, description/slogan, and picture. For extra credit, they can actually make the food described on their box and bring it in to share with the class.