125 springs in a rugulation men's basketball, in order to make it bounce properly.
Helium will make a basketball bounce higher because when it is put into the basketball the air particles move faster and faster causing the basketball to bounce higher.
No,of course not, the friction between the basketball and the grass would make the ball bounce less.
yes it will imangine a flat basketball will it bounce? not at all.
yess because it couldn't bounce if it didn't have air.
If you mean OUTSIDE the basketball, then no. If you mean INSIDE the basketball, then yes.
enough to make it bounce
it will bounce higher but it wuld probly cause it to bust...
Because he was interested in how he could make different things bounce
Yes. More air in the basketball will make it bounce higher. Yes. Replacing the air with even a lighter gasses, such as helium, results in a higher bounce. It follows that, removing air or using heavier gasses to inflate a ball will result in a lower bounce. YES. Adding more air to the ball lessens the particles in the ball to bounce around. Putting more air in a basket ball will definitely make it bounce higher. If you put light gasses in it like helium then it will bounce even higher. If you take air out of it, it will bounce lower.After a while of putting air in a basketball it starts to bounce lower.
Generally, they don't make a sound. When you go over a bump, and your car keeps going "bounce, bounce, bounce" several times before it settles down, your shocks are shot. The shock absorber's job is to damp the car's springs - the springs are the real "shock absorbers". The actual shock absorber is supposed to stop the spring after the first "bounce".
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.
put in enough to make it bounce but not to much!!hope you like my help good luck with your basketball!! ;)
Yes, wth the height of the bounce increasing with the amount of air in it. At flat basketball will hardly bounce at all. To make it bounce you need to pump it up with air until it is full (when you can't press your fingers into it and it is very hard).
the asphault does not make the basketball bounce.when the gravity and air pressure combined hit the ground or a hard surface it changes the directional flow of energy
The average a basketball player will make in a year is 1 million dollars.
it will bounce higher if there is more air. ex. Flat basketball- being flat, the ball will just hit the floor and will be pressed inwards on the spot it landed pumped basketball- being full of air, the ball hits the ground and like a flat basketball is pressed inwards. but because there's air in it, the air will make the ball retain its shape and bounce.
Yes it will because the pressure in the ball will push it up and down
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