I have a question...
When something is being fired straight up, you can use these equations to figure out approximately where it will land, assuming you are on a 2d plane (not 3d) and the object can be carried by the wind:
Y-Coord = -4.9 ( time ) ^ 2 + (speed of object)( time ) + 4
time = time since projectile was fired. (in seconds)
speed of object = speed when initially fired in meters per sec.
X-Coord = (wind speed)(time)
wind speed is in meters per second.
However, lets say you are firing a bullet into the air, but not at a 90 deg. angle.
How would you go about calculating the angle offset? Anybody have any idea?