Place the cursor at a point near the origin and click the mouse button to mark an initial vector. The x and y components of that vector will be the v_{x} and v_{y} values in the parametric equations,

x = v_{x} * t

and

y = v_{y} * t - 4.9 * t^2

As you can see, x and y are both functions of t so for any value of t we get an (x,y) ordered pair which defines a position in our two dimensional space. We call our initial time t=0 and pick a
t of .01 seconds. When you mark the initial value of vector by clicking the mouse button, you set the values of the the v_{x} and v_{y} parameters. Then the value of x and y is calculated and time is advanced by
t repeatedly until the "trajectory", the path of the particle, returns to y=0.