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# What does volleyball have to do with friction?

Updated: 10/22/2022

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12y ago

actually volleyball has alot to do with friction. when you are getting ready to hit the ball there is friction between the floor and your feet. then, when you hit the ball there is friction between your feet and the floor but also between your hands and the ball. now is the ball goes low and you hit it you would be using alot of friction because there would be friction between your body and the floor, the volley ball and your hands and maybe the ball and the floor.

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the friction between the floor and your feet

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