# What path is followed by a soccer ball which is kicked from a height of 1 meter?

Table of Contents

- 1 What path is followed by a soccer ball which is kicked from a height of 1 meter?
- 2 What is the maximum height of a soccer ball kicked into the air?
- 3 What is the shape of the pathway of a soccer ball when it is kicked?
- 4 What is the meaning of parabolic path?
- 5 How much air is in a soccer ball?
- 6 Why does a ball accelerate when kicked?
- 7 How to model the path of a soccer ball using a table?
- 8 What is the height of the ball in feet?
- 9 What is the direction of lift force on a soccer ball?

## What path is followed by a soccer ball which is kicked from a height of 1 meter?

A ball is thrown from an initial height of 1 m and follows a parabolic path.

## What is the maximum height of a soccer ball kicked into the air?

Originally Answered: A soccer ball is kicked so that it has a range of 30.0m and reaches a maximum height of 12.0 m.

**How long will the soccer ball be in the air?**

approximately one week

Some balls use carbon-latex bladders in which the carbon powder helps to close the micro pores. Soccer balls with carbon latex bladders usually increase air retention to approximately one week.

### What is the shape of the pathway of a soccer ball when it is kicked?

FOOTBALL When a ball is thrown or kicked, the path it travels is shaped like a parabola.

### What is the meaning of parabolic path?

Parabolic path is defined as the angle of trajectory of a projectile.

**What happens to the projectile as it reaches the maximum height?**

When the projectile reaches a vertical velocity of zero, this is the maximum height of the projectile and then gravity will take over and accelerate the object downward. The horizontal displacement of the projectile is called the range of the projectile, and depends on the initial velocity of the object.

## How much air is in a soccer ball?

FIFA says the air pressure in a regulation soccer ball must be between 8.5 psi and 15.6 psi. You don’t want your soccer ball to be inflated to the wrong pressure for several reasons. If a soccer ball is overinflated, it is more difficult to kick and impact with a player’s head or body is more severe.

## Why does a ball accelerate when kicked?

According to Newton’s Second Law, the force behind the soccer ball equals its mass times acceleration, in the equation F =ma. A hard kick will move the soccer ball farther and faster than a soft kick. The acceleration of the ball depends upon how much force behind the kick.

**Where do you kick a soccer ball on your foot?**

Kick with the largest bone in your foot (technically, the first metatarsal), just above the big toe knuckle. This is going to mean using your laces or instep in common soccer parlance. By approaching the ball from a slight angle and using this sturdiest part of your foot, you can see more force on impact.

### How to model the path of a soccer ball using a table?

A soccer ball is kicked into the air, and its path can be modeled with a quadratic function. The table shows the time, t, in seconds, and the height of the soccer ball, h, in feet. Follow the steps to write the function.

### What is the height of the ball in feet?

The height in feet of the ball can be modeled by the equation h = -16t 2 + 20t + 6 where t is the time in seconds, the ball is A ball is thrown into the air. The height in feet of the ball can be modeled by the equation h = -16t 2 + 20t + 6 where t is the time in seconds, the ball is in the air.

**What is the center of pressure on a soccer ball?**

The center of pressure is the average location of the aerodynamic forces on an object. For an ideal, smooth ball, symmetry considerations place the the center of pressure at the center of the ball along with the center of gravity. But a soccer ball in flight is neither smooth nor symmetric because of the stitches.

## What is the direction of lift force on a soccer ball?

The direction of the force is perpendicular to the axis of rotation as noted on the figure. The orientation of the axis of rotation can be varied depending on how the ball is kicked. If the axis is vertical, the lift force is horizontal and the ball can be made to curve to one side. In soccer this is called “bending” the kick.