1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data for -1≤x≤1, F(x) =∫sqrt(1-t^2) from -1 to x ( sorry don't know how to put the limits on the sign a. What does F(1) represent geometrically? b. Evaluate F(1) c. Find F'(x) 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution Since my teacher never seems to give simple questions I am wondering if I am missing something in what is being asked. a. I know this is a semicircle with radius of 1 b. Evaluate - F(1) - I would think this is just plugging in for x=1 which would be ∏/2 c. It seems like F'(x) would just be the integrand so F' (x) = sqrt(1-t^2) I feel like maybe I am missing something or am I trying to make this harder than it is?