You can through a football much further then a soccer ball because of it's design. The shape of a football, if thrown properly, makes it much more aerodynamic then a soccer ball.
no it is kicked if closer to the goal the goalkeeper kicks it, but closer to the midfield the defenders or midfielders kick the ball
American football is thrown, international football is played like soccer
Soccer balls. It would depend how high they came down from. As soccer balls are kicked high into the air, they probably bounce higher than basketballs which are just thrown.
American football is sanctioned by the NFL, National Football League and is vastly different from British Football. In America, British Football is called soccer which involves moving the ball across the field without using your hands. American Football uses an oval ball that can be thrown, tossed or kicked across the field to the goal post. British Football uses a net instead of a post to score a goal.
a spiraled ball goes farther becuase its spiraled motion flows through the air and a wobbly pass does not.
A baseball can
Projectile motion as the football is thrown, forces as the football is thrown as well.
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.
A football spirals based on the way it is thrown. It will be a perfect spiral if the football is thrown with the spin on the exact axis of the ball.Ê
it can be thrown father by gently flicking your wrist as you release the vortex
When it's being thrown, kicked, fumbled, and dropped. The sport is football.
A soccer ball headed from one player to another. and A football thrown upward at an angle.
A football might be affected by wind when it is thrown, punted, or kicked. However, the biggest factor that affects a football's bounce is the way it hits the ground. Footballs are known for having a very irregular bounce due to their oblong shape.
A ball thrown across a football field is an example of a projectile.
93 yards is the longest thrown yardage in history
A football cannot be intercepted on an extra point. As the extra point is kicked, not thrown. As far as two point conversions are concerned, if an interception is caught, it can be returned for two points, not a touchdown.
No, rugby doesn't have a wide receiver; that's more an American football term and in that game the ball can be thrown forward or kicked forward. In rugby (both codes), the ball can be kicked forward and passed laterally or behind the ball carrier only
"Football" or Soccer is the most watched, most played and most popular sport in the world. Anytime you use the word Football, the search engines will lead you to Football (Soccer). Try typing in "American Football" as the sport using the oval, hand thrown, run ball should probably just be called "Gridiron" to save confusion. You can also narrow your search by using the terms NFL, or NCAA, or Arena, to describe the particular form of US football you are searching.
The ball is a projectile, and as such, the only force acting on it after it has been thrown or kicked is gravity, so after it reaches its highest point, it will begin to fall to the ground at the rate of 9.8m/s2 .
it does cause u will be using the same amount of force and that the smaller ball will go farther cause there is less drag then the larger one.
Before it is thrown is has potential energy and when it is thrown and moving it has kinetic energy
The average velocity of a thrown football is from 40 to 60 MPH. Although there has been faster velocities recorded.
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