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It will slow down because of the force of friction on the grass field resisting its motion, as well as the force applied by the blades of grass which act like small springs.
When you shoot or kick a soccer ball you are transferring energy. when your feet swings back it is storing energy .This is called potential energy and When you kick the ball and the ball flies this is called kinetic energy.Potential energy -stored energyKinetic energy- energy of motion
The answer is d ... kicking the soccer ball
Kinetic energy is the energy that an object has when it is in motion, so anything that will stop the motion of an object will decrease it's kinetic energy. The motion of an object can be stopped by any outside force acting on the object, whether sudden (think of stopping a rolling soccer ball with your foot -- that's decreasing it's kinetic energy), or continuous (the friction of that ball against the air and ground will eventually cause it to stop rolling on its own). In the vacuum of space where there is no air to create friction a projectile will continue moving at the same speed without stopping and without decreasing its kinetic energy.
It rotates around it's center. Rotational motion is the only motion that exists regardless of your point of reference.
Any amount of force can stop either kind of ball. But a greater force is required to stop a bowling ball than to stop a soccer ball IN THE SAME TIME, because the bowling ball has more mass, and therefore more momentum and more kinetic energy.
You can play the ball.
soccer ball, just did it
What are some reasons that knowing about projectile motion might help you score a soccer goal?
World in Motion- written by New Order and Keith Allen for the 1990 world cup.
Whenever the ball exits the field across a touch line.