Would another explicit representation be the points (x, sqrt(1-x^2)) and (x, -sqrt(1-x^2)) for -1 <= x <= 1?

we can use Bresenham Equation to draw it by using the character of symmetry

Is it useful to describe geometry by symmetry? I feel like we'd be missing out on a lot of information to actually characterize a shape

Would another explicit representation be the points (x, sqrt(1-x^2)) and (x, -sqrt(1-x^2)) for -1 <= x <= 1?

we can use Bresenham Equation to draw it by using the character of symmetry

Is it useful to describe geometry by symmetry? I feel like we'd be missing out on a lot of information to actually characterize a shape