Motivation: One of the main uses of computers in calculus is to provide graphical description of different functions. The graphical representation of a graph y = f(x) is formed by different points with coordinates (x, y = f(x)).
1. Define a class Point in which each object has two real-valued coordinates x and y. Do not forget to include a constructor, accessor methods, and mutator methods.
2. In the main method, define an array of 100 points, in which the i-th point has coordinates x = i/100 and y = x^2.
3. Trace your code for the first two points, with x = 0 and y = 0, and with x = 0.01 and y = 0.0001.
Comment: your code will be helpful in plotting a quadratic function y = x^2.