Create a list of 10 ordered pairs **(π₯,π¦), π₯ π [β6,6]** such that they satisfy the equation **π₯2+π¦2=π2** where **π=6** .

What does π₯ π [β6,6] mean? and Does βyβ need to be an integer or can it be a real number?

Create a list of 10 ordered pairs **(π₯,π¦), π₯ π [β6,6]** such that they satisfy the equation **π₯2+π¦2=π2** where **π=6** .

What does π₯ π [β6,6] mean? and Does βyβ need to be an integer or can it be a real number?

It means that x belongs to the interval whose range is from -6 to 6, both included. I think y can be of the type float.

You can first try to do it for integer values only. Later extend to check if youβre able to iterate float values or not.