That could be called a one hopper.
A glass ball will bounce higher than a rubber one.
you can bounce the ball to another player as one motion but you cannot bounce the ball youself, so you would be pulled up by umpire and ball given to oposing team.
It really depends how hard you bounce either one, but i think the tennis ball.
In traditional volleyball, the ball is not allowed to bounce. However, in a new variation called Wook ball, one bounce per possession is allowed. Further, if a pass is dropped it is considered a bounce, and is still in play if that is the first bounce of the possession.
it will bounce higher if its hot
it is called stop dropping because you have stopped and you can bounce the ball back to one of your team players
A ball of glass will bounce higher than a ball of rubber. A ball of solid steel will bounce higher than one made entirely of glass. It is a common misconception
Technically, a frozen tennis ball will not bounce well because of the temperature. The elasticity is one of the factors in which a ball bounces and when things are colder, there isn't as much elasticity, so it will not bounce as well. Therefore, a dry ball (as long as it wasn't frozen in a container) will bounce better than a frozen one.
a frozen bouncy ball will not bounce higher or lower than an unfrozen one it will shatter
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I think it is 1- step on one foot e.g. right, and bounce ball at same time 2- bounce ball and take the one step on right foot, then two more steps, left, right. 3- bounce ball and take one step, take two steps and release ball 4- bounce ball and take one step, take two steps and release ball against a wall at basket height. 5- bounce ball, take one step, take two steps and release ball but this time into a basket.
a wet tennis ball doesn't bounce as high, so the dry one will bounce higher
A unfrozen one.
A bounce pass is when you throw the ball from one player to the next by making it bounce rather than directly through the air.
Color does not affect the bounce. Purple tennis balls bounce as high as green and yellow tennis balls. It really depends on the type of ball.
Because of gravity, a ball with a larger mass will take more energy to bounce than a small ball (of the same material) will, so a small one will usually bounce higher.
It depends on the boucy ball but a decent one can go wayhigher than a basket ball
There is no difference from one that does not bounce.
for one they are both balls, they both bounce, they are both hollow and they both have stripes on them.
You cannot make a tennis ball bouncier after it has lost its bounce. Once the ball has died, you must get a new one.
There is no such thing as a billiards bounce. A person that does not know the proper terms might call a jump shot, a scoop shot, or a carom a "bounce" but this in incorrect. The term bounce is not a billiards term, but there are "tricks" where the word bounce can be used - one such is when racking, placing all the balls except the 8 ball in the rack, and then dropping the 8 ball on the rail to make it "bounce" into the center of the rack.