1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data For a lab that we did I need to draw the path of a horizontally fired projectile using a graph. When I look at the equation I derived it doesn't look like it will draw the path correctly. 3. The attempt at a solution Δx = Vox*t T = Δx / Vox -h = Voy*t + .5*a*t2 -h = Voy*(Δx / Vox) + .5*a* (Δx / Vox)2 -h = 0 * (Δx / Vox) + .5*-g*(Δx2 / Vox2) -h = -g/2 * (Δx2 / Vox2) h = (g*Δx2)/ (2*Vox2) h = (g)/ (2*Vox2) * Δx2 y = (g)/ (2*Vox2) * x2 y = c*x2 c = (g)/ (2*Vox2) h being the height the projectile was fired from above the ground. This looks almost right, but shouldn't I have a negative somewhere in my constant? The shape it should draw is the right half of an upside down parabola, should I not have used -h even though the projectile is moving under the starting point? Any help would be greatly appreciated, I'm a bit puzzled at this point.