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That would depend on the velocity of the soccer ball not at rest.

When you kick the ball it accelerates and gains speed, or velocity.

The average mass of a soccer ball depends on the size and material of the soccer ball used. The average mass is 0.43 kg.

An average soccer ball would be about a size 5. Hope this helps.

you cant find an average, because NO-ONE kicks at exactly the same amount of speed and force as any other person.

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the soccer ball in the air is at 56.o speed

Some channels show you the distance between the ball and the goal at freekicks. They also show the speed of the shot. On average a freekick is between 80 and 100km\h.

The record speed for a soccer ball to have been kicked by a pro soccer player is 110 mph.

In soccer, the soccer ball has projectile motion when it is kicked, head-butted, when the speed changes, and when the velocity changes.

69 Seconds

The average weight of a soccer ball is between 420 and 450 grams. In pro soccer a ball cannot weigh less than 400 grams.

what is the average speed of a soccer ball that travels 34 m in 2 s

1.6 ft

there is 32 on your average football

there is 32 on your average football

velocity is distance divided by time. (miles per hour, feet per sec, etc.) so the average speed of the ball is 10m/20s or .5 m/s

It is affected by something called initial velocity.

It's not correct to talk about "density" of a soccer ball. It's better you say "average density" of a soccer ball. It's clear that any soccer ball consists of different materials such as leather/plastic, rubber, and air. It order to find the average density you have to find the mass of a soccer ball and divide it by it's volume (in the first approximation you neglect the thickness of the shell (leather and rubber coats)).

It isn't called soccer ball because the soccer ball is the ball you use in soccer. See? I have actually heard people call it soccer and soccer ball.

A simple example is a ball tossed into the air. When the ball reaches its apex -- its highest point -- its instantaneous velocity is zero. If we assume that up is the positive direction, the ball's velocity is positive when it is initially tossed into the air, but it slows immediately. That is, its velocity becomes less positive until it reaches zero velocity. After that point, the velocity becomes increasingly negative (because down is the negative direction). Until the ball returns to earth and reaches the height at which it was initially thrown, its average velocity is non-zero. If the ball is allowed to hit the ground, its average velocity will be slightly negative, which is still non-zero. But it still had an instant -- at its apex -- when its velocity was zero.

Velocity = Distance/Time = 28/1.4 = 20 m/s

Usually about 50-65 miles an hour

The average speed of a kicked soccer ball depends on the age and fitness of the kicker. For youth players, the average speed is 15 meters per second, while professional soccer players average 30 meters per second. Adult non-professional soccer players average speeds of 25 meters per second.

it i s usually going to be 160 oz