A cricket ball is required to be between 155.9g and 163g.
because cricket ball has greater mass
Cricket balls, weighing between 155.9 and 163.0 grams
Iron wrecking ball
the smaller the mass the farther the roll
The instrument to use to measure the mass of a cricket ball is a scale. The balance scale is still used today with gram weights to increase the weight until the scale arms are balanced.
Gas has mass, so if you fill the balloon with gas (air), the filled balloon has the mass of the balloon plus the air within it.
If the smaller mass is more dense, like a spoon lifting an inflated balloon. Or if the smaller mass has more electromagnetic properties then the larger one, like a small magnet being able to lift a pile of nails.
the mass of the balloon increases because the size of the balloon has increased. :)
It is far more easier to catch a tennis ball because it has less mass.
A tennis ball will bounce the highest because it is smaller. The smaller amount of mass that it has the more it will bounce and the higher it would get. For example, when you put air into a ball the more mass it builds up but, when the ball is flat it would not bounce.
That depends on the ratio of the mass in the basket to the mass of the balloon. The bigger the carrying mass the greater the size of the balloon.