How throttle changes affect calculations of thrust?

So, for constant throttle setting equation to calculate thrust looks like

$$\ F = \dot{m}_\mathrm e V_\mathrm e + (p_\mathrm e - p_0) A_\mathrm e$$

But if we are looking at flightclub.io simulation, the graph of throttle for first stage changes with time. What do we need to do then in the equation to get the right thrust?? Do we need to just multiply the resulted thrust by throttle coefficient in the current moment of flight?

(Stage 1 is the blue graph)

Flight - GPS III SV04
Rocket - Falcon 9 Block 5