That depends on how heavy your bowling ball is. If it is a 6 pound ball, it will not knock down as many pins as you would want it to. If you had a 14 pound ball, chances are you will knock down more pins with a heavier bowling ball.
To knock down the pins.
A bowling ball is a ball that is used in the game of bowling, where you roll the ball down an aisle and try to knock down as many pins as you can.
it tries to knock all the pins down
yes, the heavier your bowling ball is the more pins you are likely to knock down. A greater mass gives the ball power when driving into the pins.
a strike ( if you knock all the bowling pins down with one " throw " of the bowling ball )
That's called a "gutter ball".
All of them...
Assuming 10-pin bowling, if you knock all the pins down in one frame with one ball (a strike), you get 10 points plus the number of pins you knock down with your next two balls. If you knock all the pins down in one frame with two balls (a spare), you get 10 points plus the number of pins you knock down with your next ball.
If you can knock all the pins down with one ball, that is a strike.
you take the bowling ball & try to knock down all 10 pins that's how you play
In bowling the term used when knock down all the pins is "Strike".
You have to knock down ten pins in two tries to get a spare.
A "spare" in bowling is when it takes two rolls in one frame to knock down all ten pins. A frame with a spare is scored by adding ten with the pins knocked down by the next ball.
Bowling is a sport where you throw a round bowl down a lane to try and knock down the most pins. If you do not knock down all the pins the first time, you get a second try to knock down the rest. If you don't make that, its the next person's turn. If you knock down all 10 pins, its considered a strike.
A spare in bowling is when you knock down all of the pins with both deliveries in a single frame. So, if you knocked down 7 pins on your first ball and knocked down the remaining 3 pins with your second ball, that would be considered a spare.
The objective of bowling is to knock down and many pins as possible.
One is required to knock down all pins at once in a game of bowling in order to get a strike. If playing five pin, then 5 pins would need to be knocked down. Ten pins would be required in a game of 10 pin bowling.
Knocking down all 10 pins with first ball. If you throw a ball in the gutter on the first ball and then knock them all down with the second ball, it is a spare not a strike. A strike is when you knock all of the bowling pins down on the first try. If you don't knock any down the first try, but on the second try you knock them all over, it is condsidered a spare because it took you two tries to knock them all over. It means that when you throw the bowling ball, you knock all pins (10) down in one throw. a strike is all 10 pins knocked down in one try a spare is all 10 pins knocked down in two consecutive tries in the same frame. Ten points plus the pins of the next two balls you roll. It could be as little as ten (if you roll two gutter balls) and as high as 30 if you get two strikes. It means knocking down 10 pins:Thats Good
A Strike is when you knock all the pins down on the first attempt. A Spare is when you knock all the pins down on the second attempt
To knock all the pins down.
Because it needs to have enough mass and spin to travel down the lane and knock over the pins.
Bowling is a sport in which you roll a heavy ball down a lane to try and knock down 10 pins set up in a triangular shape. Skittles are a candy.