depends how you kick it but probebley yes
That depends how hard you kick them. If you kick them normally, than a smaller ball. If you kick them really hard, the bigger soccer ball would go further because the forces take longer time to slow down a heavier item.
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smaller in the back the faster you go
No, in decimals, the numbers get less significant as you go further right, so because, in this case. The 7 is bigger than the 6, 0.7 is bigger than 0.67 (0.7 is the same as 0.70)
Your shadows get smaller
A Nerf ball would go further but, less accurate.
Smaller because the eye is protecting it's self from the light
it allows the football to go further and hit its target allot better than a wobbler.
Bigger sails can handle the waves of the ocean well than the smaller vessels and bigger sails has bigger engines on them giving them more power and stability in the ocean
A spiraling football will go further than a wobbling. The spiral movement will go further due to air. The spiral uses the air to move smoothly through as a wobbling football is all over the place so its actually using the air to slow down instead of moving smoothly.
No. Bigger wheels roll slower than smaller wheels. They roll slower because they have a larger circumference and they take longer to roll. Smaller wheels have a smaller circumference meaning they go faster.
yes it would just go a lot further
12th but they will go down further
Usally leather due to its weight. However it depends how hard you throw it.
yes, a football does go faster because it stops the wind from affecting it better than it being thrown wobbly
Yes. Throwing can be far if you throw it very hard. Although kicking can make the ball go further.
Bigger as you go down the chart; smaller as you go from left to right.
Larger planets have a bigger gravitational pull, so the moons go to them..making the bigger planets have a lot..and the smaller planets have a weak gravitational pull, making a small amount of moon go to them..THE BIGGER GRAVITATIONAL PULL THE MORE MOONS-
because you cangrip it better and when you can grip it better you can use more arm strength to make it go faster
The decimal would go left. For example: 18.0: Smaller: 1.8 Bigger: 180