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the energy in soccer
Transcript of the energy in soccer
nuclear energy energy specific to soccer sound
kinetic the definition of sound energy is... the energy of vibrating materials as dictated by human ears Sound energy in soccer is every where, one example is when you kick the ball Kinetic potential Thermal/Heat Energy sound energy The Energy In Soccer By: Daijah Morris
transform mechanical when some when kicks the ball really hard, even sometimes when they pass the ball you can here a very low pitched sound of the cleat and ball connecting. That is sound energy because the sound is traveling through vibrating materials through the air and is being detected by your human ear. This is conduction
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touch. Potential Energy is the energy which an object has because of its position. It is called potential energy because it has the potential to be converted into other forms of energy, such as kinetic energy. In soccer potential energy is all over my favorite example is when a goalie goes to catch a ball. Ever seen them jump in the air to catch that one ball that could save the game. This is potential energy because his body is up in the air, which causes him to have potential energy Kinetic Energy Also like potential energy, kinetic energy is all over. Especially in soccer, like when the players are running. They have potential energy because they are in motion. is the energy an object possesses due to its motion. = +