A charge in Basketball is when a player comes in and deliberitly knocks down a player to try to get a foul called on the other team. When the ref is paying attention they will call a charge foul on ethier the offense. Like a charge a blocking foul is when a defensive player plants themselves in front of an on coming player and refuse to move to the point of the player coming at them to take down the blocking player. These two fouls seem to be up to the disgression of the ref, but people have more to say about how bad the ref is calling a game and don't pay attetion why the ref called certain fouls like a charge or a blocking foul. Here are some rules about an offensive plenlty if called A personal foul assessed against an offensive player which is neither an elbow, punching or flagrant foul shall be penalized in the following manner: (1) No points can be scored by the offensive team
(2) The offending player is charged with a personal foul
(3) The offending team is not charged with a team foul
Was that a charge or a blocking foul
Your telling me!
fixed and floating charge
I live in Utah and I have found there is no difference
Charge is potential, current is flowing.
current is the flow of charge.
The proton has a +1 charge, while a neutron has no charge, and is neutral.
You might be referring to the white arc inside the paint underneath the basket. That's the "restricted area" if a player tries to take a charge while in that area, he will be called for a blocking foul rather than taking a charge.
Electrons have a negative charge and protons have a positive charge.
potential difference- robbert bashouri
There is no difference, they are one the same. A proton has a positive charge and a positive charge is a proton. Of course with the positive charge, it's simply having more protons than electrons.