When I kick in soccer, the force acts by what force directly like when I kick the ball on the filed?

Asked Mar 01, 2010
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When you kick a ball filled with air, the force of the kick makes the ball smaller. That compresses the air in the ball and propells it it off your foot as the pressure brings it back to the original shape. The effect of the air can be demonstrated by the difference in distance you can kick an inflated ball and one with no air.
Answered Jul 26, 2010

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