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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Volleyball!! jyjyjyjyjyjyjyjy *Potential energy is when a volley ball player is about to hit the ball but does not hit it really *Kinetic energy is when a volley ball player hits the ball Chemical energy: Digestive System gives our bodyenergy and it breaks down our foodIt helps volleyball players by making them stronger. double click to change this header text! Conserving energy means to save energy conserving energy effects volley ballplayer by helping them save there energy so they can play in the game. * Newtons 1st law of Nemotion aka inertia-an object at rest will stay at rest,and an object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon an unbalanced force.*Newtons 1st law of motion affects volley ball by hitting the ball with force and forcing the ball to go more faster and higher sound energy is found when you are making impact with the ball at some point. Or it could be found when you are calling you ball by saying ‘’mine’’ . It could also be found by the impact the ball has on the ground. when it hits the ground the impact from the two objects make a sound. In other words when the ball hits another object the impact will cause a sound. Which is also known as friction in some cases. Newtons 3rd law:for every action,there is an equal and opposite reaction. The amount of force they pull there arm back the amount of force the ball goes forwards law helps us stay on the ground because the amount of force we have in our body. Acceleration is produced when a force acts on a mass. The greater the mass (of the object being accelerated) the greater the amount of force needed (to accelerate the object). spiked volleyball creates a net external force that stings your hands when you stop it. But your hands hurt even more when you stop a ball hit by a different, stronger opponent. The harder-hit ball's higher acceleration rate results in a stronger net external force. How many people play volleyball in the USA?Today there are more than 46 million Americans who play volleyball.
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