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Why does a bowling ball have more gravity than a soccer ball?
The amount of matter in the object will affect how heavy it is, meaning gravity has plenty of matter to grab onto. The bowling ball has more matter inside it, making it denser than the soccer ball.
Does it hurt to kick a soccer ball?
It could hurt when you kick a soccer ball because the ball could be overinflated (too hard). The weather could be really cold, you could have an injury you do not know about like a bruise on your bone.
Why is it worse to drop a bowling ball rather than a tennis ball on your foot?
The bowling ball has a greater mass, so there’s more stuff for gravity to act on. In that sense, gravity is pulling on it more.
What happens if you kick a bowling ball?
If you kick a bowling ball and a tennis ball with the same amount of force,according to Newton’s Second Law of Motion,what will happen? The balls will travel the same distance. An object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside force.
What falls faster a feather or a bowling ball?
The feather-bowling ball duo doesn’t fall at a slower rate because the feather is lighter than just the bowling ball alone — instead, they both fall at exactly the same rate.
Why does kicking a ball hurt?
Why does it hurt so much? Genitals are densely packed with nerve endings. This small area contains a higher concentration of them than other parts of the body where nerves are more spread out. This is why any type of touch can result in some major feels — good or bad — depending on the amount of pressure.
Why do my balls hurt when I kick a football?
The testicles are two small organs in the scrotum. As they contain many nerve endings, they are very sensitive and susceptible to pain. Blunt trauma, such as a kick, to the testicles can be extremely painful, although the pain will usually subside fairly quickly.
Why does it hurt to kick a bowling ball?
It says that the heavier an object is, the more force it will take to move. You would have to kick a bowling ball much harder than a soccer ball to move it the same distance. The harder you kick it, the more it would hurt. That’s because of the third law of motion. . . .
Why do bowlers kick their leg out?
There are two reasons. One, the weight of the ball going forward partially causes this reaction to balance out the bowler so as to not fall forward. Two, the leg kicking back brings the hip out of the way of the ball coming forward in the swing.