Temperature can affect a couple of different variables in a ball to alter the distance it will travel from an impact. For inflated balls, the temperature can change the air pressure inside the ball giving an over inflated effect if it was warmed, or and under inflated effect if it was cold. (Have you ever tried dribbling a basketball without enough air in it?) The amount of air pressure then is directly proportional to the temperature of the air inside.
The way a golf ball bounces definitely affects the distance that it will travel. There are different weights and types of golf balls for this reason.
Because not like other balls they have four different types of balls. These balls have different speeds.
Answer Gravity Finds Means for EqualityThe distance balls roll is a measure of the force of gravitational pull independent of the mass or area or size of each ball.
I did my science faire project on this, and I built a catapult, made tennis balls have different weights by filling them with sand and tested it. My results showed that yes, it does affect the distance it travels when being catapulted. The heavier the ball was, the shorter the distance and vise versa. So as the weight increased the distance decreased. As the weight decreased the distance increased.
There are a few different types of exercise balls. One can get large exercise balls, mini balls, medicine balls, small toning balls, foot massage balls and weighted exercise balls.
Yes spin and force of kick is very important to a balls trajectory and distance travelled
Different surfaces will absorb different amounts of the balls energy
Napthlene balls sublimates (turns into vapour) when heated...
there are bowling balls, footballs, rugby balls, bouncy balls (the balls connected to the dick), volley balls, beach balls and exercise balls