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Q: How does foot length affect how far you can kick a soccer ball?

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If the foot exerts a force on the soccer ball, then the soccer ball exerts a force of equal strength in the opposite direction of the foot.

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kicking of ball is which force

if it is windy the ball can go the other way but if you have a steady foot you should be fine but the air dose affect your kick

No it does not. It is all about the placement of your foot and your leg strength

by applying force to the ball the ball will apply an equal and opposite force on the foot. when you kick the ball, the ball will move forward and your foot will move backward. this force is unnoticeable to the common person simply because we are not looking for it

It was inspired by Australian "foot ball" It was inspired by Australian "foot ball"

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With your foot.

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Every where soccer is the most popular sport in the world!!!!Soccer is not enjoyed by millions,its enjoyed by billions!!!Basket ball,foot ball,and base ball are only enjoyed by millions,and soccer billions!!!

the inside of your foot

The two will relatively travel the same speed, although the soccer ball may travel slightly faster do to its weight and size. So therefore the soccer ball will accelerate faster.

how to do around the world soccer trick you first control the ball on your foot then you kick the ball in the air quite low so you can get your foot round the ball. that should do the trick

Step on the ball with your right foot quickly then, spin and pull the ball with your left foot or viseversa.

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Football in French is Soccer.

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In soccer, you have a soccer ball. The ball has potential energy. When you kick the ball, the potential becomes kinetic energy and the ball moves. However, your foot has potential energy as well (all matter has potential energy because all matter has the potential to move). When you kick with your foot that potential energy becomes kinetic energy. When the soccer ball is on the ground it actually has no potential energy because potential energy is only associated with height. When the ball is kicked however the kinetic energy from the player is passed on to the ball. That kinetic energy makes the ball move. If the ball is kicked into the air then the kinetic energy is passed on and some of that kinetic energy transforms into potential energy and kinetic.

my dad always taught me to kick a soccer ball with the side of your big toe for a lot of power!!

A soccer ball is kicked by using your foot like a golf club and swinging it.....not the best description but it helps, right?

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By using the inside of your foot or the outside...