the more air that is in the ball is how far it will travel, for example a flat ball will not travel as far as a pumped ball. why? because the bounciness of the ball would not be used when it is not pumped however this is not really so as if a ball is pumped up to the point that it is hard it will not travel as far as it would if you released some of the air out of it. every ball that needs air to work has an optimal psi if a ball is pumped to that psi it will travel by far the best than below or above.
Depends on the speed the ball travels.
Yes temperature does effect how far the ball will travel. The colder the temp, the colder the air inside the ball is and the colder the leather of the ball is. This causes the ball to be coming harder and more stiff and will not travel as far as a ball on a warm summer day. You wont loose a lot of distance and I am not sure of the acutal measurements but it was something like for every 10 degrees cooler it is, the ball will travel a couple yards less than it would if it was warm.
No, it has no effect.
In soccer, there is no rule as to how far the ball must travel. The person who starts with the ball could kick it backward, to the person next to them, or down the field.
up to 1/3 of the court.
the football must travel ten yards for the offense to touch it. However, if the ball hits a defender, it is a live ball(the offense can recover it.)
held completely horizontally a paintball will travel around 300 feet.
No, a warmer ball will travel farther than a colder one. When the core of the ball is warmer it will be more energetic. Also if the air is colder that means it is denser and will mean there is going to be more drag on the ball, so it will not travel as far.
On the field in a straight line, a ball can only go 106.3 metres before it goes out. In a game, the ball might travel many kilometres in total, and may not go out for much of this. If shot from a large enough airgun, a ball could go forever.
It is not advisable to paint a soccer ball. If it is a quality leather ball, any kind of paint would degrade the surface.
it depends where, what angle . if the bullet is led no it will splatter on a bone but it might go in the tissue and it depends how far you are up close it will go right though you! but if you were standing on a 4 story building and a person shoots from the ground you, will be like a paint ball it depends where, what angle . if the bullet is led no it will splatter on a bone but it might go in the tissue and it depends how far you are up close it will go right though you! but if you were standing on a 4 story building and a person shoots from the ground you, will be like a paint ball
It simple has to be in fair territory there is no distance it has to travel.
Yes you can get a paint ball gun in a winchester! See.
totally depends on your definition of bad weather. wind could be good and bad depending on which direction. the ball won't go as far if it is raining. and if it is extremely cold, the ball won't travel as far
Yes. Given the same bat speed, ball speed, and point of contact, a ball hit with a heavier bat will travel farther. F=ma.
you cant lreaaly paint it unless you spray paint it. what i did was to paint it with nailpolish
Krylon Fusion paint
Paint ball isn't an official game/sport, so, it's not on TV at all. Unless someone dies in public because of playing paint ball, then, it might make it in the news. Or watch the show 'America's Funniest Videos' (AFV) and keep an eye out for a video on paint ball.
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Yes, ofcourse it does. Aerodynamics of a ball are decided by how much air is in the ball. Usually, more air in a ball gives it buoyancy and it travels over a longer distance.