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Physics Project

Soccer-Emily Singh, Prabh Sahota, and Chaya Bains
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Emily Singh

on 28 May 2013

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Transcript of Physics Project

Passing Receiving Go, Score, Win with Physics!
Soccer
Emily Singh
Chaya Bains
Prabh Sahota Kicking Throw-Ins -A soccer ball becomes a projectile after it has been thrown.
-Stepping into the throw and having a good follow through will result in a great applied force to the ball; therefore, the ball will travel further. Citations http://www.wisegeek.org/what-is-projectile-motion.htm
http://www.physicsclassroom.com/Class/vectors/u3l2a.cfm
http://adfefrew.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/soccer_ball_field_s-1665991.jpg The Physics of Soccer - The more friction a soccer field has, the lower the velocity of the ball will be.
- The amount of friction depends on the material the ball is rolling on. Artificial turf has less friction; therefore, the ball will travel further and faster. -The greater the force applied to the ball, the higher the velocity will be. This means that the ball will have more momentum which makes it harder for the other team to intercept.
-When the player exerts a large force on the ball over a great distance, more work is done. - When receiving a soccer ball, there is a change in momentum, also known as impulse. This is because the ball is traveling in the opposite direction of the player’s foot.
- The kinetic energy changes to potential energy when the ball has been stopped.
-Velocity becomes zero when the receiver has stopped the ball.
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