thanks! (:

Hi again Serena;

y = x/2

To keep this easy, let's begin with x=0...

y=0/2

y=0

(0,0)

How about x=1...

y=1/2

(1,1/2)

How about x=2...

y=2/2

y=1

(2,1)

thanks! (:

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Hi again Serena;

y = x/2

To keep this easy, let's begin with x=0...

y=0/2

y=0

(0,0)

How about x=1...

y=1/2

(1,1/2)

How about x=2...

y=2/2

y=1

(2,1)

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