It depends where you lay the cardboard. If you lay it on carpet it won't bounce well. If you lay it on concrete it will bounce good.
Well, yes and no. It depends how long you freeze it.
well, it all depends on how dead or new the ball is. If it is fresh, it will bounce about 3 1/2 feet.
Hot. Personal experiments have shown that temperatures below 25°C make the ball bounce less. From 25°C and upwards there aren't any greater changes in height of bounce. The balls bounce almost the same.
Technically, a frozen tennis ball will not bounce well because of the temperature. The elasticity is one of the factors in which a ball bounces and when things are colder, there isn't as much elasticity, so it will not bounce as well. Therefore, a dry ball (as long as it wasn't frozen in a container) will bounce better than a frozen one.
According to an experiment for a school assignment that I for maths,a rubber ball bounces higher than a tennis ball- well the balls that I used. Here is a table in which I collected my data. These balls were dropped from one (1) meter, the bounce back has been recorded. I hope this will help you! :)Test No.Rubber BallTennis BallTest 165cm49cmTest 276cm50cmTest 376cm49cmTest 479cm52cmTest 572cm55cmTest 673cm50cmTest 775cm55cmTest 877cm54cmTest 974cm56cmTest 1079cm58cmAverage74.6cm53.2cm
Tennis balls are porous, and will allow water to seep in. The water adds too much weight to the tennis ball, causing it to be too heavy to bounce, in addition to ruining the outer surface of the tennis ball.
A racquetball will bounce higher. A racquetball is required to be able to bounce 68 to 72 inches from a 100 inch drop at an outside temperature of 70 to 74 degrees Fahrenheit. A tennis ball will only rebound 46 to 52 inches but the USTA doesn't give a drop or temperature requirement.
No it just does not bounce as well
This ball won't bounce very well anymore.
Your question is worded weird but, if the court is made of clay, the ball would bounce better than a dirt court, so it affects how well the ball bounces
No. The less air pressure in the ball, the lower the ball bounces.