What is the geometric name for the shape of a soccer ball?
The shape of a soccer ball is a sphere.
The stitching pattern of a traditional ball is that of a truncated icosahedron cocentric with the sphere with the pattern projected onto the sphere.
The name for a solid shape made out of that specific arrangement of hexagons and pentagons is known as a 'truncated icosohedron'. Once fully inflated, a ball is typically spherical in shape. So the geometric name would be a sphere.
The soccer ball is round in three dimensions. It's a sphere. (The Laws of the Game actually specify a spherical ball.)
The name of an eleven sided geometric shape is a Hendecagon or endecagon.
Its the name for a shape
There is no name but a cylinder is the nearest standard geometric shape.
A soccer ball got its name from England i am pretty sure.
I believe it is Rhombus
That would be an inverted cone...
An ellipse? The shape described is not an exactly describable geometric shape, (), and as far as I know there is no name for it.
it is an oblique straight oval.
The geometric name for the shape of a Hula Hoop or a smoke ring (which are hollow) is a torus. If the shape is solid, like a donut or a ring, it's called a toroid.
The geometric term for the seven sided British 50 and 20 Pence is a "Heptagon".
ball-point pen: sphere
Kite - which is a quadrilateral having two pairs of adjacent sides equal in length. A cube is a geometric shape...
Its a team in England
A regular 3-d figure formed from pentagons is a dodecahedron (12 faces). However, a soccer ball is not a 3-d shape formed from only regular pentagon. Instead it comprises 12 regular pentagons (usually black) and 20 regular hexagons (white).
A Sphere is an the name for a shape of a 3D object that is like a ball or a globe. If the shape is 2D then it is a circle
What is the name of the ball people who give the soccer players a ball when their ball goes out of the line?
Probably yes because its got the same shape so probably yes in fact I'm definite
A punctured ball is usually called a "burst ball" in soccer parlance.
the prefix can provide information towards the geometric shape of the chemical (how molecules are laid out).
Because it is the name of a thing (sport) it does not show an action or a state. We don't say: He soccered the ball, ( action - He kicked the ball) or: I soccer you, (state - I love you).
Soccer, tennis, hockey, golf
soccer Ball and snowflakes
Base ball,Football,and soccer
soccer ball, oil, people, boats
two ways to use it is to use it as a soccer ball and use it as a golf ball
Rhombus is the geometric name.
Pyramid is the name given to that particular geometric shape. If the sides were all equal length it would be called a cube .
It is the same game you see. There is no difference in any way shape or form. the only difference is in the name, soccer being the American name and football being the English name
The ball is a globe, which shows a map of all the landforms on earth.
Soccer is the name given to foot ball by the Americans it is a slang abbreviation for association football. foot ball is a game that has evolved over thousands of years so it would be very difficult to accredit any particular person with its invention.
what happens is you get a free kick within the i forgot the name
The surface of the doughnut is called a TOROID. The whole thing (the solid contained within a toroid) is called a TORUS.
A young man by the name of William Webb Ellis attended a school called "Rugby school" located in England, 1823. His friends and him were playing a game very similar to "soccer." They would kick it around on the ground, but when the ball was in the air they could use their hands and play on with their hands until it would hit the floor again, then it was played as "soccer" again. They found… Read More
Molecular geometry is the name of the geometric shape used to describe the shape of a molecule. The five molecular geometries are linear, trigonal planar, bent, tetrahedral, trigonal pyramidal, and seesaw.
First of all, it is important to say that there are many games that use the name football. These include rugby, Australian Rules, Gaelic, Soccer, American and others. What they all have is a ball that is meant to be kicked, though some games put more emphasis on kicking the ball than others. Soccer most involves the foot and the ball and American involves the least contact between the foot and the ball. First of… Read More
The name of the content basketball before it was called basketball is Soccer ball
Andrew Moffitt can kick a ball at 120mph.
A polygon is a 2-dimensional shape whereas a hexahedron is 3-dimensional. Therefore a polygon that is a hexahedron could by called a geometric impossibility.
A buckyball, nickname for an allotrope of carbon properly known as a Buckminsterfullerene, consists of 60 carbon atoms linked together to form an almost spherical ball with 60 panels similar to those on a soccer ball. A polygon with 9 sides is called a nonagon or an enneagon. The name enneagon comes from Greek enneagonon.
To the best of my knowledge it would simply be described as a polygon. I believe the specific name is a truncated icosahedron.
Cylinder? That's only if the sides are perfectly straight. If it bulges in the middle, like a barrel, I don't know.
Pronounce as might-er with the emphasis on the first syllable
A rugby ball is, mathematically speaking, a "prolate spheroid" http://www.answers.com/topic/spheroid-1?cat=technology By the way, the mathematical name of the shape of a coffee grain is "Remb's surface" http://mathworld.wolfram.com/RembsSurface.html
coccus. plural is cocci. a sphere is a circular ball shape just like the shape of the coccus bacteria.