check if it bounces, if not its flat! hope I helped
If you put pressure on it with your feet or fingers, the ball should give in a little, but not much. Another way you can test it is if you raise the ball to your head, then drop it on firm grass, the ball should bounce back up around half your height.
learn how to slide tackle the ball before you hit the person. kick a ball against a wall and test your aiming with the soccer ball. If you call it soccer you should go play handegg instead.
they get people o kick it around and if they think its not good enough, they fix it up. they either put more or less atmospheric pressure. the rule is that it must be 0.6 to 1.1 atmospheric pressure. That's what it says in the rule book.
nobody knows if you just test it out you'rself and see
Test it like this: Hold the ball as high as your arm will reach without lifting your toes. Then, let it do a fall with no acceleration. If the ball reaches your head with the first bounce it is fully blown up.
a good basketball science experiment is seeing how a deflated ball affects your speed when dribling a ball and then test with a medium amount of air and then a highly pumped ball then compare a good website to find school appropriate science experiments is www.sciencebuddies.org a good place to find a school appropriate science experiments is www.all-science-fair-projects.com
sports enhancing drugs which can make you more pumped and help you hit the ball puck fight better etc....
There are tests to see if you're a GOOD soccer player, but it's your choice whether or not you're a soccer player.
You need a 23 on the beep test
It depends on how strong u are, i have a project on this, and when i tested it, usually u kick it half field. If your stronger, u can kick it more then half. I am a girl, so i am weaker then a boy. If you have the time, test it with 2 soccer balls. Its easier. Kick hard.....have fun!
In one day cricket the ball is white, in a test match the ball will be red.
Pumping pushes more air molecules into the ball. That makes more molecules moving around inside of the ball and more molecules colliding with the inside of the ball. All of those collisions (trillions and trillions) push the inside of the ball out. When the temperature is increased, the molecules move faster. Faster molecules collide with the inside walls more frequently, which also increases the pressure. You can test this by pumping up a ball then putting it into the freezer and see what happens to the pressure.