That depends on wind, strength, throw type, and technique
Yes, because there is less gravity on the moon. Also, because there is no air friction on the Moon. However, a frisbee thrown on the Moon will not travel as far as one properly thrown on Earth, because the shape of the frisbee generates lift which will keep it flying farther. With no air on the Moon, a frisbee cannot "fly".
sometimes. if a ball was really big and heavy, it wouldn't be thrown very far. if it was small and light, it could be thrown pretty far. but if the bigger ball was filled with air, and the smaller ball was solid and metal, the bigger ball would be thrown farther than the smaller one. make sense?
no your head size does not affect how far you jump. Whoever this is who said that is what Mr. Ayetiwa said your wrong.
no it does not there is no relationship what so ever with your head size and how far you jump
yes it does, however, the velocity at which the object is thrown also is a factor to consider.
Depends how much power you out in the throw.
That depends on power, wind, and technique