There are 16 coloured balls on the table.
1 all white ball called a Cue ball.
8 solid colored balls, numbered 1 through 8.
and 7 white balls with colored stripes, numbered 9 through 15. The stripes match the colors of the first 7 colored balls. The eight ball, of course, is black.
16, including the cue ball
Depending upon the game, there are from 7 to 21 colored balls.
There is no game of pool practice, so there are no red balls. The 3 and 11 balls are red in the game of pool however.
There are 16 balls in a pool game. There are number of different types of balls available which you can see at the related link.
There are seven striped balls in billiards.
The Cue Ball is less weight than the Colored Balls.
There are 8 coloured balls in a standard game of pool (the 1 through 7 and the 8 ball), and there are 7 striped balls. That sums to 15 balls.
A cue ball plus 7, 9, 15, or 21 balls depending upoin the game.
It depends on the game. There are 15 balls in a standard set. However, all of the balls are not always used, and some games use different balls.
The number of balls depends upon the game. All balls use a cue ball plus 7, 9, 15, or 21 numbered balls.
8-ball is played with total 16 balls. Out of which 1 is a cue ball, 7 are stripped balls, 7 solid colored ball and the remaining one is the black ball i.e. numbered 8. This is the main ball of this game and so the name of this game is 8-ball.
Why do you think that the pool balls are set up in the shape of a triangle to start the game?
This depends upon the game and can range from 7 to 21, plus the cue ball.