(a) Determine the y-values for a typical set of x-values and write them in a table.
(b) Since `y = 0` for both `x = 0` and `x = 1`, check what happens in between.
That is, for `x=1/2,` we find that `y=1/4`.
Graph of `y=x-x^2`, a parabola.
Note the curve continues beyond what is shown in the graph. This is just a general question and there are no practical limits for either the x- or y-values.