If properly inflated, a basketball.
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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.
Yes, the air trapped inside the basketball will keep it afloat.
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It depends on what you inflate it with and how big the balloon is. There is no real answer for that.
Since "air" does not weigh anything, the overall weight then of the basketball would be the same if inflated or deflated.
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Because the heat causes the air inside the basketball to expand, which increases the pressure in the ball.
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Because of the weight of the basketball.
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.