it changes its course of flight because of the aerodynamics plus the force of the wind makes it so that it will slightly change its path of force like newton's first law of motion states a object will remain moving until a force has acted upon it that force is wind making it change its course of flight.
Wind. Wind greatly affects the ball.
The force at which the ball is thrown/ hit, the angle of the throw, the surface on which the ball lands, the condition of the ball(whether its in good condition or worn out) and also the wind resistance. You might also want to take into account the amount of air pressure inside the ball, the rotation of the ball also affects its direction and how it bounces.
Yes wind affects the motion of football that is thrown. Apart from the motion of the football is also affected by gravity. The various laws of motion applies when football is thrown.
Wind can push the ball left or right or it could make it dificult to throw if the winds in his face or easier if its at his back. A ball will travel much farther with the wind at his back. The amount of wind coming at him will determine how far the ball will travel. In a game, the wind will majorly affect how your team does.
You should be able to throw a baseball faster, since it has more weight and the wind resistance is not that great on the heavier baseball as it is on the lighter tennis ball.
not counting variables such as wind resistance and such, no
Yes. The occasion which allows a tennis player to reach over the net to contact a tennis ball is when backspin, or blowing wind, causes a ball to go back across the net, after it has bounced within the bounds of your court. Randy Lynn Rutledge (author of Fix Your Tennis)
if we ignore wind resistance they will land at the same time.
Say tennis for example when there is a strong gust of wind the ball could change its direction or it could be harder to hit
Yes. My balls swing to the left when the wind is off the sea, but to the right when the wind changes. I believe the temperature changes may be somewhat to blame.
Yes the wind will play a part in the distance a football will travel. The stronger the breeze the further it will travel.
Think to the influence of wind, rain, snow, etc.; the ball is very light, only 2,7 grams.
It would be the same speed as it would be on a very still day on earth without any wind. Wind creates resistance which sends the ball in different directions on serves and returns. On the moon, since there is no atmosphere there is no wind and the ball would go where ever you hit it without any effect from resistance. So trying to get a good serve in will be hard since the ball won't be as tricky to hit back.
The only ones I have come across in my years of playing are: 1. Easy to get blisters on feet. 2. Hard to learn tennis after table tennis. I had trouble learning tennis strokes after playing table tennis for years. 3. Sometimes people run into the corner of the table (this rarely happens) 4. It is always played indoors because wind affects the ball a lot.
Because all tosses are not uniform, due to wind and other factors. They have to know exactly where the ball will be in order to strike it properly.
wind speed, how the ball spins in the air it hits turbulence causing movement, where u kick the ball causing bend, how much force you put on your plant foot as you kick the ball
Wind does not affect tsunamis.
wind has no affect on rubber
how does wind affect erosion
The forces are:Gravity: This pulls the ball downwards and towards the ground.Wind: This affects how much it moves side to side while still in the air.There are probably many more but these are all I could think of.
Seeing as how friction is resistance between two masses, I'd have to say no. Now, the ball IS subject to wind, rain, any kind of force or phenomenon that could alter its path or direction. But not friction.
Wind does not affect tsunamis.
Yes it does, and the amount it is affected depends on the strength of the wind. With the wind helping, blowing behind you, the ball spins less, therefore goes farther and doesn't stop as quickly. With the wind into you, the ball spins more, is more likely to balloon and go straight up into the air, it doesn't go as far, but stops quicker. With the wind blowing right to left the ball spins right to left so is more likely to draw and head to the left. With the wind blowing left to right, the ball spins left to right so is more likely to fade and head to the right. The harder you hit the ball, the more it will spin, so that is why sometimes you hit a ball harder into the wind, it balloons and comes down very short, the key to playing in the wind is swing it smoother.