A volleyball is softer than a soccer ball.
That depends upn the playing surface. In beach volleyball, you don't get any bouncing because sand absorbs the energy of the ball's impact. But on a hard surface, yes, volleyballs bounce. Volleyballs have to bounce in order for them to be used in volleyball. What would happen if a volleyball didn't bounce on a forearm pass? Think about it.
it is the out of bounce line, if the top of the ball hits the line, the ball is in
The answer is out of line
Volleyball is a ball that takes ver hard hits. This is a tough question. They do bounce and take very hard hittings.
Volleyball is a sport played with a volleyball and two teams of six on either side. Tennis is where teams of one or two hit a tennis ball over a very small net. Volleyball nets are approximately seven feet tall and the point of volleyball is for the ball to hit the floor on the other side of the court. Tennis balls can bounce and the point of tennis in for the ball to bounce twice or bounce out of bounds without the opponent hitting it with their tennis racket.
a football/soccer ball
If a volleyball was not round, the bounce would be affected. If a volleyball were oblong, it wouldn't bounce correctly and the direction of the bounce would be hard to control.
physics, and geometry. the way the ball spins when you hit it. how much bounce the ball gets. that kind of stuff. physics, and geometry. the way the ball spins when you hit it. how much bounce the ball gets. that kind of stuff.
From outside the volleyball field markings parallel to the volleyball net on your own side.
Set the ball.
In traditional volleyball, the ball is not allowed to bounce. However, in a new variation called Wook ball, one bounce per possession is allowed. Further, if a pass is dropped it is considered a bounce, and is still in play if that is the first bounce of the possession.