yes, if you put less air in it it will most likely be more heavy. and Viseversa. If your wanting a spin to it, then put in more air. If your going for a drill, then i'd take a little air out!
Yes because it matters how much air it has. the more air the more distance.
does air pressure affect the distance a soccer ball travels
it doesn't matter. a band new soccer ball is as good as an old soccer ball. depending on how much air is in your soccer ball, you'll know how far it will go.
It is filled with air. A soccer ball is filled with foam. Air
the strongest part of a soccerball is where you pump in the air that way if you kick it there you will get alot of effect
yes. higher pressure = better bounce
Primarily the direction of movement, the spin on the ball and the movement of the surrounding air (wind). The effect is called the "Magnus Effect" (google that to get more details).
the soccer ball in the air is at 56.o speed
Soccer you use your feet, volleyball you use your hands. In volley ball the ball is mostly in the air, and in soccer, the ball is mostly on the ground.
Special air from Mars!