Because a golf ball is denser. When you cut a golf ball and a table tennis ball in half, the golf ball is solid all the way through. The table tennis ball has a cavity filled with mostly air inside.
The heat will cause the air inside the table-tennis ball (ping pong ball) to expand and so push the dint out.
The heat cause the air inside the ball to expand and undent the ball
In table tennis, you score if one of 5 things happens. 1. Your opponent hits the ball out (off the table). 2. Your opponent does not hit the ball over the net. 3. Your opponent hits the ball before it bounces. 4. Your opponent does not hit the ball if it bounces twice. 5. Your opponent does not serve the right way after 2 tries.
Yes, the surface affects the way the tennis ball bounces.
table tennis doesn't help the body in any way
On the way down it is gravity, on the way up it is the weight and material composition of the ball that compresses and expands due to kinetic energy build up.
The hot water cause the air inside the ball to expand and push out the dent.
Johnny Leach has written: 'Table tennis my way' 'Table tennis for all'
In terms of ball speeds lawn tennis will register faster; Andy Roddick serves the ball at 155mph. The ball has a long way to pick up speed and the racquet is engineered to be able to hit the ball very fast.However, in terms of game speed, table tennis will be quicker. Games are for fewer points than in lawn tennis, so in terms of time you're looking at less time to get to a win than a professional tennis game, which can sometimes last for hours. Also you could argue the game looks quicker; given the shorter length of the table there are more hits of the ball and it goes back and forth more often.
no the brand of a tennis ball does not affect it;s bounce because the only way for something to affect a tennis ball's bounce is if it's dead or not.
Let's play tennis! A good way to recognize prepositions is to imagine a tennis net. Now think of a tennis ball as a preposition (e.g., the ball can go "through" the net, the ball can go "over" the net)