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Football Friction Physics
Transcript of Football Friction Physics
Football with Newtons Third Law A force is a push or a pull upon an object that results from its interaction with another object. Inertia and Mass in football Inertia is a mass's resistance to changes in its momentum. Objects that have greater mass have greater inertia, so they are more difficult to move when they are at rest and more difficult to stop when they are moving.
ie a bigger, heavier player is harder to stop when running, and harder to move then when still then a smaller player! FOOTBALL! FRICTION! http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/football/newtonthirdlaw.jsp How does Newtons Third Law Relate to football? Well once the ball is spiked the offensive lines and the defensive lines of the two teams collide with one another each pushing on each other and being pushed on by equal and opposite forces.
A body in motion tends to remain in motion, a body at rest tends to remain at rest. So the receiver or running back is running down the field with the ball. He is in motion until another force acts upon him, like when the safety runs up and totally ruins him.