Why do the bodies move in different directions?

If only one force acts on the body, it moves along the straight line. Such a movement is called straightforward. In different directions, the body moves when two or more forces act on it. The ball bounces because the force of gravity draws it to the Earth, and the momentum forces it to rely on it, the farther it is all weaker and weaker. The wheel rotates around the axis, because one force forces it to spin, while the other prevents it from moving away from the axis.

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