Then you score a point!
Any ball can be played off of the net, you are only penelized when you touch the net or tape (depends of you are playing rec or club).
The Term "Assist" in volleyball is when someone hits the ball into the net on your side of the court and a different team mate hits the ball after it falls out of the net. Generally the hit is directed to the opposite side of the net.
The ball is allowed to touch the net. No part of any player is allowed to touch the net. Players may touch the ground on the opponents side of the net with their foot as long as they pick their foot up directly up off the ground and bring it back to their side of the court. They may not drag their foot back to their side of the court. If a player falls and lands on the opponents side of the court it is considered "under the net" and causes a point and/or sideout.
A ball falls on the line therefore it is faulty
In badminton if the shuttle hits the net on service and falls to the ground it is considered dead. If the Shuttlecock hits the net but continues to the opponents side it is still live and in play.
when the ball hits the net and still goes over, it's legal, and playable (as long as it's in.) but depending on the league, that might not be legal on a serve only.
This is called a "let" serve.
when an object falls is it reactin to the force of gravity?
It can brake.
It falls, accelerating constantly until it hits the ground.