I believe it does. If you imagine it with a bowling ball and two tennis balls, when you roll one tennis ball into another stationary tennis ball, it rolls away, but not that far. Now repeat the same experiment with a bowling ball and a tennis ball, the result is much clearer as to which moved the stationary tennis ball more. The bowling ball did as it has a larger mass and size.
Yes, this is because when the tennis ball is in a heated environment warm air enters through the ball and because the temperature gets higher, the tennis ball would get bigger. When the tennis ball is bigger it would bounce higher.
"Tennis ball" in Spanish would be "pelota de tenis."
a controlled experiment is an experiment where the only changing variable is the manipulated variable. everything else is a constant. IE. in an experiment attempting to determine whether a rubber ball will bounce higher than a tennis ball, the height of the drop, the diameter of the balls, and the way of measuring the bounce will be the same. the only thing that is changed is the composition of the ball. that experiment would be a controlled experiment.
A net ball in tennis is when the ball touches the net when one is serving. The person who had served the ball would have to retake the service.
This is an old experiment. Neither. Both balls have the same velocity as gravity draws on them equally.
I would assume pockets
A tennis ball.
There are several places a person could shop for a Tennis Tutor ball machine. Online sites such as tennis warehouse, and sites like ebay would both have Tennis Tutor ball machines for sale.
a golf ball weighs more than a tennis ball