This is your guys' formation for today. However do you guys know how the ball moves and stops?
The ball stops and moves because of Newton's three laws.
The first law states that an object at rest will remain at rest and an object in motion will remain in motion unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.
That's correct. It's important that you guys know how the ball moves. Newton's first law applies to a soccer, but do you know what the first law is?
It's referred to as inertia.
Newton's second law of motion states that an object's acceleration depends on it's mass and net force.
In Newton's first law the ball is the object and the players, you guys, are the unbalanced force. So, replace these words in the definition and you'll have a better understanding. Now that you guys know the first law, can any of you tell me the second law?
Newton's third law of motion states that for every action there is an equal and opposite force.
In Newton's second law the ball is the object and the player's foot, one of you, is the force. Just like last time, replace the words and there you go. Do any of you know Newton's third law of motion?
And when two players bump into each other the total amount of momentum is the same as before and after they bumped into each other, this is the law of conservation of momentum. Also, when the ball is falling down it's in free fall.
Yes that's all corect! Now go out there and win the game!
Oh and when the ball rolls it is causing rolling friction.
In Newton's third law when one of you kicks the ball you transfer your momentum to the ball. The action in this is when the ball moves forward and the opposite reaction is that our leg is kicked back with the same amount of force but our inertia is too strong and resists it.