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```				   when we hit a football it will stop after some time due to which reason?
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when we hit the football we give it some energy. but it losses energy due to friction force which acts opposite to the motion and when the football is in the air then also friction due to air act on it. thats why it stops.
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```										it will stop due to friction!
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```										it stops after some time coz of friction force acting bw ground and football which opposes the motion of football .....
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