The surface you're playing on. (It's also different from beach volleyball!)
A volleyball is a sphere. The formula for the surface area of a sphere is: 4 pi r2 where pi is about 3.1416 and r is the radius.
That depends upn the playing surface. In beach volleyball, you don't get any bouncing because sand absorbs the energy of the ball's impact. But on a hard surface, yes, volleyballs bounce. Volleyballs have to bounce in order for them to be used in volleyball. What would happen if a volleyball didn't bounce on a forearm pass? Think about it.
volleyball is usually played on wood or a sports court indoors and sand outdoors
A net, and a volleyball
to adjust a volleyball net
Mintonette is what Volleyball used to be called.
Probably a tennis court. Alot of schools play it in their gym, so you might want to find a similar surface. To protect your joints, where the proper padding!
you can you used spike in volleyball once you achieved immortaility
the facilities used in volleyball is an open area
A racquet is not used for volleyball.