A single Golf ball will take up just barely under 3square inches. However, the number of golf balls that will fit in a suitcase will vary greatly depending on the size of the suitcase. A good estimate would be to see how many square inches of volume a suitcase has and divide it by 3 since that is how much space a single golf ball takes up.
FERMI PROBLEM. CALCULATIONS AND ASSUMPTIONS
In a suitcase with 8 inches in height, 20 inches in width and 28 inches in length and golf balls in 1.7 inchs in diameter THIS IS THE ANSWER TO THE PROBLEM.
Remember it is a 3D problem (3 dimensions)
find volume 4/3pi r cubed = 2.57 in cubed
4480/2.57 = 1743
1743 GOLF BALLS FIT IN A SUITCASE
106 golf balls
356,000 million golf balls ;)
Approximately 5 golf balls could fit.
it depends on the size of the bag
This question is impossible to answer ! How bigare the golf-balls - how wide and how high is the trailer !
you dont wanna know :)
Morgan dennison is the biggest dork ever!1,ooo pounds of golf balls can fit in a bathtub but only in outerspace. with an astronaut monkey of course!
Yes, on top of each other.
It depends on the size of the suitcase.
There is no international standard size for mail boxes.
you can fit 107 dollars in a suitcase
15625 golf balls will fit in 1 cubic meter. Volume of a golf ball is approximately 40 cubic cm. Since 1 cubic meter has 1,000,000 cubic cm, the number of golf balls purely on voume calculation would be 25,000. However, there would be a lot of empty space between golf balls and hence significant volume will be used by empty space. The diameter of a golf ball is 4 cms. Based on that you should be able to fit 25 balls across length, width and height making the total number of golf balls to be 25 X 25 X 25 = 15,625.
The Empire State Building is roughly 37 Million Cubic Feet in volume. A Golf Ball is around 1.5 Cubic Inches,so 8 golf balls would fit in one cubic foot. That means that 37,000,000 times 8 = 296 000 000 Golf Balls
By my calculations, i estimate that for a standard four door sedan, you could fit anywhere between 22,500 an up to 30,000 to . golf balls. That is of course depending on whether or not all of the cavities are utilised.
A 5-gallon bucket full of golf balls would contain about 300 balls. Using US gallons (3785.41 cc), the volume of the bucket would be 18927 cm3. The smallest USGA regulation ball is 1.68" or 4.2672 cm in diameter. If you were to grind them up, you could fit 465 golf balls, each with a volume of 40.68 cm3. However, stacking round balls in a cylindrical bucket wastes a considerable amount of space.
Between 3000 and 3500 balls.If you were to grind up legal golf balls (minimum volume 2.482 cu. in. / 40.68 cc), you could fit almost 5118 in a drum sized at 55 US Gallons. However, using whole golf balls would waste a considerable amount of space, perhaps 1/3 the volume per single ball, which would give you 3300 balls in the drum.
With a nice big helping of KY jelly
it would depend on how big the classroom is... it would also depend on how high you want them to go... but if it was a classroom the size of 9 by 29 and you just wanted to put one layer of golf balls i would say about 3,300