A ball will bounce higher rebounding from a hard surface like tile that from a carpet.
yes soccer balls do bounce of course the bounce higher on tile or comcreate then grass though
The ball receives more energy transfer from the tile than it does from the carpet.
A basket ball would bounce more on concrete depending on how flat the surface if not maybe tile
Probably tile. It all depends on how hard you throw it and the weak/strong points of the tile or carpet.
Tile since loss of energy due to collision will be less compared to that on carpet.
the ball bounces best on a smooth,flat and hard surface
it depends on the size and weight of the ball and if its flat tile or smooth...and what the ball is made of.
My son and I did this experiment as a science fair project. We put 2 tennis balls in the freezer for 1 hour. We also put 2 tennis balls in heating pad (high setting) for 1 hour. We also used 2 room temperature balls. We dropped the balls from 80" onto a tile floor and measured the height of the bouces with a measuring tape. The results were fairly dramatic. The tennis balls from the freezer bounced an average of 25 inches. The room temperature balls bounced a full 50 inches. The warm balls bounced an average of 55 inches. Obviously there was a significant difference between the bounces of cold and warm tennis balls.
Because unless the Earth is really wet, there is no cushion to slow the ball enough to stop the momentum caused by gravity. Sort of like the difference between why your head doesn't bounce on a pillow but it does on tile floor. The lower the ball goes into on the ground, the farther it will roll. And the harder the ground is, the farther it will roll.
Try to apply nail- polish remover on a cotton ball, and rub the dye of the tile.
Yes, it does . Old tile glue will ball up and mess your job.
never tried, however, VCT makes a good in-expensive court floor!
The ball would roll downhill.
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Friction and drag
The ball will roll more easily on a smooth tile floor than on a ridged wooden floor or a carpet. There is less friction and no collisions with the floor material.
The more holes in the tile the better the acoustic properties of the tile. If the tile has lots of holes it will absorb sound better and prevent reverberation within the room. if the tile is smooth it will not absorb the sound and it will bounce back and cause an echo.
I have tiled to the ceiling in my shower room because this will stop the wall getting damp. I suppose the real answer to your question is tile as high as you wish. Consider how well your bathroom is ventilated.
The name. Spartek tile is a brand of tile and Ceramic tile is a type of tile.
You must consider newton's third law of motion. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. The reaction would be greater on tile, because tile is harder. On a surface such as carpet it uses energy pushing down on the soft surface to get to the hard part. The carpet and wood are soft, therefore making a soft reaction.
You can tile over existing tile although it isn't reccomended. You would be safer by removing the tile and then installing the new tile. But, if you wanted to tile over existing tile you would have to make sure all the tile is even and not lose. If the tile is lose or uneven it will caused the new tile and grout to crack or pop out.
You will need to pre drill the hole. Some diamond tipped drill bits will allow you to do so. Still there is a high risk of cracking the tile.