the role of maths in football is to keep track of score and stuff
Kicking tees are used at a football game. Kickoffs occur at a football game.
The noun 'football' for a game of football is an abstract noun, a word for the sum total of rules, teams, space, and equipment used to play the game. The game of football is a concept. The noun 'football' is a concrete noun as a word for the ball used to play the game.
No. The word football is a compound noun, for a ball game or the ball used in it. It can be used as a noun adjunct with other nouns as in football game, football team, and football trophy.
Usually when you are predicting what your opponent will do next or are trying to work out a reliable strategy to win the game. Usually maths has nothing to do with maths games though. Usually when you are predicting what your opponent will do next or are trying to work out a reliable strategy to win the game. Usually maths has nothing to do with maths games though.
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the ancient Egyptians used maths first
obviously one football! i play on a girl's football league!
For adding up the score, the time played and left in a game etc
The energy systems used in a game of Touch football are both the anaerobic (80%) and the aerobic (20%) energy system.
In soccer, the "football" is what they call the specific type of ball used in the game. The Laws of the Game define the exact size, shape, material, and pressure that is to be used.
Everywhere everyday you use maths for
It is used to do maths
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Science is used in football in to very large extent. There is so much calculation and statistics which are used in the game of football and they are all under the broad umbrella of science.
This depends on your game system.
This is a very short answer, but it tells you the basics. Maths is used in science; in science, you measure amounts. Maths is used in history; you use dates. Maths is also used in geography; in geography you count population and take measurements. Maths is used in music as well; you count the beats, multiply the beats and arrange them. There are many other uses of maths in these subjects, if you don't constrain yourself to thinking that maths is STRICTLY hard arithmetic and algebraic problems you will see that maths is in everything you do. From cooking, to breathing, maths is everywhere.
grow a brain stop playig my maths games