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The force pulling objects back towards the Earth is gravity.

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Gravitational pull.

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What will happen to a soccerball when it is kicked?

the soccer ball will move because a force has acted on it.


Does the gender of a soccer player effect the distance a soccer ball is kicked?

No. If the balled is kicked with equal force, the ball does not travel further or less due to the gender of the kicker.


What will happen if you kick a soccer ball?

When a football is kicked, some of the force is absorbed by the football, and any force remaining is transferred in propulsion of the football forward.


What are the action and the reaction forces when you kick a soccer ball?

the action force is your foot when u strike the ball the reaction force is the ball being kicked


What are the actions and reactions forces when you kick a Soccer ball?

the action force is your foot when u strike the ball the reaction force is the ball being kicked


What are the action and reaction forces when you kick a Soccer ball?

the action force is your foot when u strike the ball the reaction force is the ball being kicked


What force causes you to fall towards the ground?

Gravity


What force causes a ball to return to the ground?

friction


What force causes the ball to fall to the ground?

Gravity


Why does Isaac Newton's first law mainly explain inertia?

The object at rest will remain at rest unless there is an outside force applied. Example: There is a basketball on the floor. Suddenly, a soccer player kicked it. Explanation: While the basketball is on the floor, it applies force, that is why it is stable--not moving. Then when the soccer player kicked the ball, that is the time that an outside force was applied.


What is the force that causes unsupported objects to fall to the ground?

Gravity


What happens if you kick a soccer ball?

The soccer ball will move in the direction of the force applied to it. If it was not kicked squarely, so that the kick imparted a spin on the ball, then its path will curve in the air.

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