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On a regulation basketball court, the hoop is 10 feet from the ground. There is no official amount for a hoop's overhang over the court.
You can get a basketball hoop for around $100 at Canadian Tire. You would have to install it yourself. Or you could check out kijiji and get a used one for under $50.
The regulation height for a NBA and NCAA basketball hoop is 10 feet.
If your talking hoop price then 1,000 If your talking court then 10,000
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Jupiter is about 11 times larger than the Earth.
No - the Earth's shadow (at the distance of the Moon) is much larger than the diameter of the Moon.No - the Earth's shadow (at the distance of the Moon) is much larger than the diameter of the Moon.No - the Earth's shadow (at the distance of the Moon) is much larger than the diameter of the Moon.No - the Earth's shadow (at the distance of the Moon) is much larger than the diameter of the Moon.
According to the eHow online reference website, between two hundred and four hundred pounds (the weight measurement, not the currency) of sand is recommended to use to stabilize a portable basketball hoop.
The diameter is much larger than the small intestine.
14.5 times (uranus diameter 31,800 - 51,100km)
Jupiter spins so much faster than Earth, for instance, that its gassy state results in bulging out at the equator. The equatorial diameter is larger than the polar diameter.
Jupiters diameter is 11 times larger than the earths.
The net is there for a couple purposes. First, it makes it much easier to see when the ball has gone through the hoop. Second, it slows the ball as it goes through the hoop, reducing wear and tear on the ball.
Due to weather conditions and people being stupid and hanging on the rims, usually outdoor hoops are doubled up. Harder to play on, but much better practicing hoop.
The largest planet in our Solar System is Jupiter. How much larger it is depends on what criterion you use to measure. Its diameter is about 11 times the diameter of Earth. Of course, that means that its radius and circumference are also 11 times as large as the radius and circumference of Earth, respectively. Its surface area is over 100 times larger than that of Earth (just square the diameter ratio), its volume is over a 1000 times larger (proportional to diameter cubed). Jupiter's mass is about 300 times as much as that of Earth. Many planets around other stars have several times the mass of Jupiter, but in many cases, not much is known about their diameter. However, it is expected that a planet that has, for example, 2-3 times the mass of Jupiter will NOT have a much larger diameter, since its stronger gravity will pull it together.
The largest planet in the solar system is Jupiter, with a diameter 11.209 times that of the Earth
it starts from $300 and can go upto 1000 $ depending on weather you want it with stand or not ,etc.You can buy it from amazon.com
No. Venus is much larger, nearly the size of Earth, while Mercury is the smallest of the major planets. Mercury diameter - about 4879 km Venus diameter - about 12104 km
1905 km larger in diameter
The Earth is approximately 4 times bigger in diameter than the diameter of the Moon. Earth is 12, 756.2 kilometers in diameter and the Moon is 3 474.8 kilometers in diameter.
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