Momentum applies to soccer when you kick the soccer ball down the field so it speeds up and goes faster.
That would depend on the velocity of the soccer ball not at rest.
If a rolling soccer ball hit a stationary soccer ball, they would both keep moving with the same momentum as the original soccer ball. (not accounting for outside forces)a series of dominoes being knocked over one by one
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as you run while dribbling with the ball, you lift up your foot to kick the ball and drive it into the goal...the power/momentum comes from the ground-hips-back down to your foot and transfers energy to the ball.
Use this formula:Final momentum = (initial momentum) + (change in momentum)
When momentum is conserved, the initial momentum is equal to the final momentum.
If a player runs and dribble the ball he pushed and run with varying momentum velocity therefore in a specific time frame
Impulse equals change in momentum.
Conservation of momentum means that momentum is a constant and the change of momentum or force is zero.
conservation of momentum