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What is the physics of football?


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Answered 2008-03-22 02:59:09

Trajectories/vector analysis-Describes the parabolic motion of the football after it has been thrown or kicked. Fluid Dynamics/Aerodynamics-Describes the flight of the football based on its texture and how it was thrown. Newtanian Physics- -Conservation of momentum and Conservation of Energy-when two football players collide, how will their velocities change based on each players weight and how fast they were going. -F=ma (force=mass*acceleration)-How much force a football player can delver -E=MV2/2 (energy=mass*velocity2/2)=How much Kenetic energy the football player has based on his mass and velocity

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