Basketballs are inflated with air to make them bounce. When inflated, the Basketball's elastic bladder is capable of rebounding when dropped or dribbled on a hard surface. In general, the higher the air pressure is inside the basketball, the higher it will bounce.
Answer Yes. A basketball with no air will not bounce as much as a basketball with the right amount of air .
inertia , it bounces even if u let go of it because of inertia , it is also because u are putting pressure on the ball which puts an equal amount of pressure on ur hand and the ball this is called Newton's third law if u do not know.
A flat ball doesn't have a lot of air in it, so it doesn't bounce that well, where as a full basketball has less resistance, and therefore bounces higher. Basically, the difference is the amount of air in the basketball.
That all depends how much helium you put in it. A basketball should be able to take the same amount of pressure, whether it's pressure from air or helium. So, if you inflate it only to the recommended pressure, it should be a problem. The same amount of pressure of helium will be less mass, so in the end the basketball will be lighter, as you would probably expect, by a very small amount.
Air pressure creates a 'base amount' of pressure to the scuba divers. There is the effect that it adds on a small amount of pressure as well as the water pressure.
Yes, wth the height of the bounce increasing with the amount of air in it. At flat basketball will hardly bounce at all. To make it bounce you need to pump it up with air until it is full (when you can't press your fingers into it and it is very hard).
the amount of N2O4 increases
It reduces the volume and therefore the pressure.
If a ball is more deflated it provides more resistance for the energy to transfer into upwards motion
The more air the higher it will bounce, the less air the lower it will bounce assuming the exact same amount of force is applied in each case. You do not want a ball that bounces too easily or one that is hard to make bounce. The reason it bounces higher with more air is because the outer cover is drawn tighter when more air is applied internally. The tighter the cover the higher it will bounce because it has more spring to it.
Blood pressure would decrease
The more energy a particle of gas has (the "hotter" it is) the faster it moves. The faster a particle moves, the harder it bounces into other gas particles and all other matter around it. The speed and amount of energy at which particle bounces into other matter is what we refer to as pressure.
it affect how much water can be evaporated into the air
Yes, in 2002 they proved that basketballs do fly with the right amount of pressure, density, and weight.
the amount of pressure built up in the lungs during inhalation which causes a vaccum affect.
temperature, amount of gas, and volume
in hydrodynamics pressure is inversely proportionate to speed. ie. Resting water has the greatest amount of pressure.
Amount, temperature, pressure, state.
Blood pressure would decrease
size/shape- amount of air resistance weight - amount of gravity :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)