Yes, in theory: the number of panels a ball has determines the movement and spin a player can create due to reduced drag from less edges and vertices. The size and weight of an official ball must comply with FIFA guidelines. The current World Cup match ball (Adidas' Jabulani) has 8 panels, none of which are hexagons or pentagons. The materials used are also in constant evolution: the Jabulani is not made of traditional leather, but of textured ethylene-vynil acetate (EVA).

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Q: Do the pentagons and the hexagons on its surface help the soccer ball do anything?

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A soccer ball has 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons, not 20 pentagons and 12 hexagons.

On an official soccer ball you will find 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons. There are 60 points in which the corners of the hexagons and the hexagons connect, and the hexagons and the pentagons connect. The 20 hexagons are white, while the 12 pentagons are white.

On an official soccer ball you will find 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons. There are 60 points in which the corners of the hexagons and the hexagons connect, and the hexagons and the pentagons connect. The 20 hexagons are white, while the 12 pentagons are white.

Soccer balls have different patterns, but if you have both regular pentagons and regular hexagons it must have 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons.

anything goes * * * * * Its faces are a mixture of pentagons and hexagons.

They have a few pentagons on it.

They have hexagons and pentagons on it.

Hexagons and PentagonsAlthough there are a few different ball designs, the quintessential soccer ball as 20 white hexagons and 12 black pentagons.

On the 32-panel soccer ball, there are 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons.

A modern soccer ball consists of 32 panels, 20 of which are hexagons, and 12 of which are pentagons.

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(12) Pentagons and (20) hexagons

Their are 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons, this creates a semi-regular tessellation called a truncated icosahedron

On a soccer ball there are 12 pentagons and any practical number of hexagons that can make the soccer ball look spherical.

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An official soccer ball with hexagons and pentagons used as the pattern to cover it's internal rubber bladder consists of 32 panels. (There are other patterns available.)The 32 panel pattern is as follows:each pentagon is surrounded by five hexagonsthree pentagons touch each hexagon, each pentagon is separated by one of the sides of the hexagonthe lengths of the sides of the hexagons and pentagons are the sameThis being said, on an official soccer ball there are 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons.

20 white hexagons and 12 black pentagons.

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A regulation soccer ball is comprised of both hexagons and pentagons.

ofcourse 47!!! beginers math umm.... no.... there are hexagons and pentagons! count again!

An official soccer ball with hexagons and pentagons used as the pattern to cover it's internal rubber bladder consists of 32 panels. (There are other patterns available.)The 32 panel pattern is as follows:each pentagon is surrounded by five hexagonsthree pentagons touch each hexagon, each pentagon is separated by one of the sides of the hexagonthe lengths of the sides of the hexagons and pentagons are the sameThis being said, on an official soccer ball there are 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons.

no it cant be unless you use pentagons and octagons like on a soccer ball * * * * * That is an unbelievably rubbish answer! Tessellation - unless otherwise specified - refers to covering a 2-d surface, not the surface of a sphere. Normal soccer balls do not have pentagons and octagons but pentagons and hexagons.

A regulation size 5 soccer ball has a circumference between 68 and 70 centimeters. This translates into a surface area between 1471.865 cm2 and 1559.718 cm2.

Pentagons are black, hexagons are white.

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