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The shape of a soccer ball is a sphere. The stitching pattern of a traditional ball is that of a truncated icosahedron cocentric with the sphere with the pattern projected onto the sphere.

The soccer ball is round in three dimensions. It's a sphere. (The Laws of the Game actually specify a spherical ball.)

The shape of a flattened circle is called an ellipse. The shape is similar to an oval and some may mistakenly call it an oval.

there are 12 black and 20 white pentagons. the shape is a pentagon and there are 32 shapes on a soccer ball.

A plane circular face and a curved shape which, if flattened out would be a sector of a circle.A plane circular face and a curved shape which, if flattened out would be a sector of a circle.A plane circular face and a curved shape which, if flattened out would be a sector of a circle.A plane circular face and a curved shape which, if flattened out would be a sector of a circle.

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A regulation soccer ball is comprised of both hexagons and pentagons.

The shape of a soccer ball is a sphere. The stitching pattern of a traditional ball is that of a truncated icosahedron cocentric with the sphere with the pattern projected onto the sphere.

that's the shape.

it represents a persons head in a ball shape!

Anyone who wants to (including me!) That is in good shape and can kick a soccer ball !

Buckminsterfullerene C60

There is no doubt about it. The soccer ball should always be bigger in shape, size than that of a bowling ball. While the later is played by bat, the former is played by foot.

The soccer ball is round in three dimensions. It's a sphere. (The Laws of the Game actually specify a spherical ball.)

So that the ball can roll cleanly on the field.

A hollow soccer ball

You can through a football much further then a soccer ball because of it's design. The shape of a football, if thrown properly, makes it much more aerodynamic then a soccer ball.

It could be, but the definition quasi-star depends on the radiation output, NOT the shape.

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