The room is 6480 cubic feet. If 192 tennis balls fit in (3 feet) cubed, that's 27 cubic feet and 46,080 tennis balls fit in 6480 cubic feet.
5 if i balance one on top!
as much as your mom can hold
Since a tennis ball has a diameter that is greater than 2 inches, the answer is 0.
64 balls would fit in a ft cubed 64 x 106.6 = 6822
241920 in^3 == typical minivan cargo volume (V) 17.576 in^3 == volume of a cube surrounding a tennis ball (v) 13764 == V/v = number of tennis ball sized cubes to fit into the cargo space of a minivan
It depends on the net and the car. If you drive a Smart Car, there's probably no tennis rebound net that will fit inside. If you have a more common car like a Focus or a Corolla, the Gamma Rebound Net should fit. It collapses down to a 3 1/2 ft diameter.
You only need shorts that can fit tennis balls in them (must be able to put two in), and either a polo shirt or an athletic shirt.
106 golf balls
Less than 30 cars will fit in a car park. I think. Depending also on the size of the park. If it has 200 parking spaces, balls I can't be arsed!
Consider: a standard tennis ball is 65.41-68.58 millimeters in diameter, so (at the midpoint) ~0.157 liters volume. A random sphere packing is about 36% empty space, so the exclusive volume is ~0.246 liters per ball -- 4 balls per litter. Answer - 40 Balls
356,000 million golf balls ;)
If they are standard American pool balls with a 2.25" diament, you can fit 4,529,370 balls in a 25 cubic foot box.
you can fit at least 3 in a half.
Because playing Tennis is exercise. If playing Tennis is what they do all the time, then they will be very fit.