Hi, so after doing some calculus for projectile motion with air resistance, I obtained two equations of vx(t) and vy(t) that describes the vertical and horizontal motion of the projectile. Please tell me if I'm wrong, but I believe since both vx and vy are functions of t, can't they be parametrized? This meaning I can graph them as parametric equations and for each moment in time, there's a specific (x,y) coordinate that describes where the projectile is? I want to know that if this method is valid and whether I can somehow show the (x,y) values given t=? on a graph. If anyone is kind enough to tell me if there's another way to connect them, that would be great as well! Thanks.