to check if a basketball or any ball is inflated properly, the referee must bounce the ball on the floor to see if it comes back up to a appropriate height for the players. :)
If properly inflated, a basketball.
It depends, like how inflated the ball, how high you dribble, etc.
Because the heat causes the air inside the basketball to expand, which increases the pressure in the ball.
Air in the ball makes it inflated allowing it to bounce around and hit of objects
an inflated because it takes up more room than a deflated one It depends on how you define the basketball. If you define it as just the rubber, then the mass does not change when it is inflated. If you consider the air inside the ball to be part of the ball then adding more air adds more mass. Mass is "stuff". Air has mass because air is stuff.
It is when you check the ball you check it to there shoe
Yes they do bounce higher because their is more air in the ball that is filled up more!
The name of the content basketball before it was called basketball is Soccer ball
Basketball is a team game with five players on a side in which each player attempts to throw a large inflated ball through an elevated hoop.
they used a soccer ball
the team who last had the ball before the buzzer sounded
'Basketball' is defined as: 1) a team game invented in the United States played on a rectangular court in which five players on a side pass, dribble, and shoot a round inflated ball through a netted hoop attached to a backboard elevated above the floor to score points 2) the round inflated ball used in this game
The type of air that keeps a beach ball inflated is kinetic energy.
yes, if under it will not bounce correctly and i fover inflated sometimes ball become deformd causing bubbles.
Use a sharp knife or saw to cut the ball in half right on the seam. It is actually easier to do when it is inflated because you can actually push down on the ball while cutting.
The material must influence the bounce of a ball: consider an inflated rubber ball versus an inflated aluminum ball. The difference might have to do with the elasticity of the material.
Temperature can affect a couple of different variables in a ball to alter the distance it will travel from an impact. For inflated balls, the temperature can change the air pressure inside the ball giving an over inflated effect if it was warmed, or and under inflated effect if it was cold. (Have you ever tried dribbling a basketball without enough air in it?) The amount of air pressure then is directly proportional to the temperature of the air inside.
If it is a solid rubber ball it is not inflated. A hollow ball can be inflated. The more pressure inside, the "harder" the ball will be and the higher it will bounce. To much pressure and you risk rupturing the "rubber" bladder.
If you drop both from the same height, the basketball goes higher, if properly inflated. It has a higher coefficient of restitution
A check ball is a ball that was last touched by a defense. This occurs after a spike and before the ball goes out of bounds.
No, a basketball player is not allowed to throw the ball up in the air before attempting their foul shot. Players are able to do any preparation that will help them, but are not allowed to release the ball into the air before shooting.
In basketball you try to throw the ball into the hoop(basket) so that is why you use a ball in basketball.