Yes because if you hit the top of the ball it won't go very fast, but if you hit the bottom or the middle if the ball it will go faster.
yes!.... it will affect a soccer ball when it falls because if the gravity affects you, it will affect a ball.
speed has a lot to do with soccer. if you didn't have speed then you wouldn't be able to chase down the ball or catch other players to get the ball
That question doesnt exactly make sense, but if you meant HOW does friction and gravity AFFECT a soccer ball, the friction of the grass and ball affects the speed, and the gravity pushes the ball down to the ground. Hope it helped! -Cara
The soccer ball reaches its top speed of about 75 mph 1 second after being hit.
what is the average speed of a soccer ball that travels 34 m in 2 s
Speed can't be measured in seconds.
David Trezguet at 98mph
Yes, it depends how hard or soft you kick the soccer ball
Depends on the speed the ball travels.
The two will relatively travel the same speed, although the soccer ball may travel slightly faster do to its weight and size. So therefore the soccer ball will accelerate faster.