Yes, the football will appear "flat" as the air compresses in cold weather. Air expands as it warms, and so air in a football, tire, etc. will do the same.
how does air pressure affect the distance a football can be kicked?
does air inside the football affect the distance when thrown
it affect how much water can be evaporated into the air
Because Helium is lighter than air.
Answer Yes. A basketball with no air will not bounce as much as a basketball with the right amount of air .
Yes it does.
Yes, ofcourse it does. Aerodynamics of a ball are decided by how much air is in the ball. Usually, more air in a ball gives it buoyancy and it travels over a longer distance.
the amount of air and the temperature.
Amount of sun, amount of clouds and amount of moisture in the air are 3 examples of things that could affect temperature.
If the end of a football is round it will not travel as far, but if it has a end with a point it will penetrate threw the air.
it would be the amount of air above it ,and the temperature around it
warmer air can hold more moisture.
yes but very little
Air traveling at a high speed has less air pressure. This is how airplanes are able to generate lift. The top of the wing is curved and forces the air to move faster (by making it travel farther in the same amount of time) than the air below the wing.
A soccer ball that is more inflated (has more air) tends to be harder and responds more to the pressure applied from a kick. Balls with less air tend to be flatter, and thus not travel as well.
Warmer air can hold more water vapor than colder air.
Temperature will affect the strength of air particle interactions (an elastic property). The lower the temperature, the easier it is for the sound to travel through the air.
colder air doesn't collect as much water vapor
The higher temperature, the more water vapor the air can hold.
-amount of water -amount of sunlight -amount of O2/CO2 in the air -light intensity