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# When volleyball players jump in the air what the primary force acting to make them land back on the ground is?

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Q: When volleyball players jump in the air what the primary force acting to make them land back on the ground is?
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### When volleyball players jump into the air the primary forces acting to make them land back on the ground is?

The primary force is gravity.

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### How many players can be on a each volleyball team?

there are normally 6 on the court at a time .. there is an average of about 10 players i'd say .

### Why is volleyball called volleyball?

Volley means to keep something off the ground. In volleyball the ball is not allowed to touch the ground. So essentially volleyball "keep the ball off the ground". I hope this helped. :)

### Why volleyball called volleyball?

Volley means to keep something off the ground. In volleyball the ball is not allowed to touch the ground. So essentially volleyball "keep the ball off the ground". I hope this helped. :)

### How does a volleyball bounce in beach volleyball?

it doesn't. you can't let it touch the ground

### A volleyball is dropped from a cliff and a soccer is thrown upward from the same position when each ball reaches the ground at the bottom of the cliff the volleyball will hit the ground with greater?

The volleyball will NOT hit the ground with greater anything. Assuming that the soccer ball is the same spherical diameter and greater mass than the volleyball it will hit the ground with greater velocity and greater impact.

### What is a one-hand save made low to the ground in volleyball called?

A one-hand save made low to the ground in volleyball is called a dig.

### What are differences and similarities of spanish volleyball and American volleyball?

Spanish volleyball is more hardcore, American volleyball is more organized. Both are very competitive. American volleyball is taught based on techniques while Spanish volleyball is more about leaving your heart on the court. Spanish also exercise more than Americans. I've played for both, Spanish and Americans and i loved American volleyball, definitely.Volley means to keep something off the ground. In volleyball the ball is not allowed to touch the ground. So essentially volleyball "keep the ball off the ground". I hope this helped. :)

### How did the word volleyball become the name of volleyball?

Volleyball got that name because the term volley is the action of hitting or moving the ball over the net without letting it touch the ground it is the same way in tennis if you smack the ball back over without it touching the ground it is a volley so since in volleyball it is illegal for the ball to touch to ground it is a game of multiple volleys called VOLLEYBALL!

### When does a team of a volleyball score?

When the ball touches the ground.

### How many umpires are there on volleyball ground?

There are usually 2 referees in a volleyball game. One is on the stand and one is on the floor.