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Football

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Noah Burnside

on 14 April 2015

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Transcript of Football

Football
Question
How does temperature affect the throwing of a football ?
Procedure Indoor
Results
Conclusion
I found out that my hypothesis was wrong.
I also found out that the ball could lose air outside but it helps you throw better.
Materials
by : Noah S. Burnside
Hypothesis
If the temperature is below 50 degrees then it will cause the ball to lose air because it will create pressure and air loss.
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Football
Thermostat
Clipboard
Paper
Pencil
1 football player
1 regular person
weight scale
i phone
tape measure
Indoor trial
Step 1 : Measure 30ft trial space in gym
Step 2 : Measure temperature of the gym
Step 3 : Measure the starting air pressure of the football
Step 4 : We bring in a person to throw and a person to catch the ball
Step 5 : While standing next to the receiver time how long it takes the ball to reach the receiver from the person throwing
Step 6 : Have the receiver freeze in place after catching the ball and mark the spot on the floor where he has caught the ball
Step 7 : Measure the distance between the starting point and the catching point
Step 8 : Measure the ending psi
Step 9 : Record your data
Step 10 : Repeat steps 1-9 one more time


Procedure Outdoor
Outdoor trial
Step 1 : Measure 30ft trial space outside
Step 2 : Measure temperature and wind speed of outside
Step 3 : Measure the starting air pressure of the football
Step 4 : We bring in a person to throw and a person to catch the ball
Step 5 : While standing next to the receiver time how long it takes the ball to reach the receiver from the person throwing
Step 6 : Have the receiver freeze in place after catching the ball and mark the spot on the floor where he a has caught the ball
Step 7 : Measure the distance between the starting point and the catching point
Step 8 : Measure the ending psi
Step 9 : Record your data
Step 10 : Repeat steps 1-9 one more time
Step 11 : Record how long the ball has been outside

Important Facts
Data
Trial 1 In 70 F 1.62 sec 24.8447205 mph
Trial 2 In 70 F 1.88 sec 21.27659574 mph
Trial 1 Out 38 F 1.9 sec 21.05578 mph
Trial 2 Out 38 F 1.85 sec 21.05982 mph
1. The best weight for a pro football is 14-15 ozs.
2. The wind in a football game is mostly 15-20 mph.
3. The coldness of a game could make the ball lose air.
4. If the QB needs to throw the ball down the field he throws it harder.
5. The wind can cause an interception.
The way I found out that my hypothesis was wrong was that it had less air inside.
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Thanks for watching
Any Questions
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I found out that the ball could lose air and gain air outside
I also found out that the ball mostly loses air when it hits the ground
The fastest speed I recorded was the inside tests
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