Is there some way to determine the corresponding y coordinate of a shape

(the edge of a circle for example)

given an x coordinate of that shape?

I know that for a circle there would be to 2 coordinates for each x

coordinate, but I'm not actually plotting a whole circle, only a quarter of

a circle.

Which brings me to me 2nd quest of how you plot a quarter of a circle with

radius of length of 1 onto an a canvas.

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