At my school I find the area of a basket ball court by turning left when I walk out of the locker room.
You draw it with its free throw line, its three-pint line, its half-court line, its base line, and its side line
Determine the diameter of the ball. Determine the area of the court. Divide the larger (court area) by the smaller (ball diameter).
by using a tape measure
Inflated or deflated?
trick question, many people think 1, 1 during a game. But about 1,000,000 can fit. just stack them. if they're gonna fall, just use duck tape.
If you're using an NBA basketball they have a radius of roughly 4.7 inches which equates to a 103.8in cubic radius. Convert your room to cubic inches 76,500in cubed. 736.99 So 736 basketballs and #737 just barely won't fit.
Not if the balls are side by side but they can be on top of one another.
Two basketballs can fit in the hoop so the ball is half the size of the rim
Panasonics HDTV's go up to a large 103 inches. This is HUGE. For a fun demonstration of just how big this is, go to the following link and find out how many basketballs could fit on a screen that is 103 inches: http://www.panasonic.com/consumer_electronics/plasma_central/103plasma/default.asp
== == == == Contrary to popular opinion, it is proven true that two men's regulation size basketballs can fit in a rim at the same time. Although many people have suggested this to be false, this has been proven possible a few times.
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