The difference between a junior and intermediate size football is that the latter is a bit longer and wider than the former. In terms of specifications, their sizes are 7 for junior and 8 for intermediate.
Junior size footballs are basically recommended for ages 10 - 12, while youth is recommended for ages 12 - 14. There is also pee wee size for ages 9 and under, and official size for 14 and up. There is also a certain weight for each size. Youth is slightly longer and wider than the junior football. If you are going to buy a football, go to a sporting goods store like Big 5, or Dick's. Nike footballs are good. Other brands include: Wilson, Under Armour, and Franklin. (Nike footballs are personally the best looking, best grip, most durable, and sell for a great price.)
The difference between intermediate goods and final goods is in their nature. Intermediate goods are finished goods which can be used to make other good like wool. The final goods are sold to consumers like a woolen coat.
Both are igneous rocks of intermediate coposition.
The answer of this qustion is in "Fundamentals of Design and Manufacturing book"
i don't think so
it almost the same but they make the theory more complecated and chalanged
There is no difference other then the actual salt and saltwater chlorination equipment.
The difference is the weight. Soccer shoes are way lighter than football shoes.
First off, a table of specifications also known as TOS is crucial in the content for validity of tests because it shows the one who gave the test and the candidate on the same screen. The difference between one and two way table of specifications is a two way table is great to access a persons quality of learning.
Highschool footballs are smaller
It the same but the Australian says soccer and the English way is Football
The main difference is that a Certificate of Analysis is something issued by a QA body that guarantees a product meets desired specifications. A technical data sheet is simply a listing of what those specifications should be.