-- Basketballs are much larger in size than Oranges.
-- Basketballs are filled with air, but oranges are filled with juice and pulp.
-- Basketballs have much higher air pressure than oranges.
-- Oranges grow on trees while basketballs are manufactured.
-- The density of an orange is much greater than the density of a Basketball.
-- An orange is juicy, easy to chew, and sweet, whereas a basketball is dry,
rubbery, and tastes terrible.
-- A basketball can bounce and a orange cannot bounce.
Some physical properties of orange juice are that it is orange, it is sweet, and it is
Slicing an orange is a physical change. The appearance of the orange is changed, but the chemical properties of the orange remain unchanged.
It's Round ,Yellow/Orange ,Big
color, mass,volume,density,and shape
There is no specific reason basketball rims are orange.
Squeezing oranges for juice is a physical change. The physical and chemical properties of the orange do not change.
Yes, as the orange ripens its properties change chemically making it a different orange then before it ripened.
none its a basketball none its a basketball
It is a chemical found in common, everyday foods such as: Orange juice, oranges, pinaples,...
Otto the Orange is the mascot of the Syracuse Basketball team. The Syracuse Basketball team is also nicknamed Syracuse Orange, hence the name for the mascot Otto the Orange.
The color of an element is a PHYSICAL property, not a chemical property.
Most recognizable NCAA basketball team with orange uni's is the Syracuse "Orangemen"
A basketball is usually orange
Orange, or a Brownish-Orange.
an orange one
Visibility. Orange is easy to see.
what method would you use to observe,measure and describe the physical propertie of the orange liquid without chang it ?ing
An orange is a physical object and is not any kind of "change"!
Yes, diluting orange squash with water is a physical change.
Cause they use orange paint.
Elemental copper is an reddish-orange colored solid. More details are found here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copper