Yes, it does with out air pressure the basketball will not bounce high as it's supposed to. It might also not bounce at all.
1.5 Kilos is the heaviest a basketball can weigh, if aired up to its highest possible air pressure. But at recommended air pressure a basketball will weigh about 800 grams.
It will pop because the internal pressure will be much greater than the external pressure.
7 to 9lbs.
The proper pressure for an NBA basketball is between 7.5 and 8.5 pounds. Make sure to send me half the bagel!. Jose
That all depends how much helium you put in it. A basketball should be able to take the same amount of pressure, whether it's pressure from air or helium. So, if you inflate it only to the recommended pressure, it should be a problem. The same amount of pressure of helium will be less mass, so in the end the basketball will be lighter, as you would probably expect, by a very small amount.
enough to make it bounce
It says how much to inflate it on the ball. or at least it should.
Pressure is the ratio of mass per volume. Adding more air (mass) into the fixed volume of the ball increases the pressure inside it. A basketball cannot expand much even when the pressure inside is higher than the outside air.
do you mean how much is the sport worth, Or how much is an average basketball worth, the answer to both would be the spot is worth a few billion nationwide and an average basketball would be around £9.99
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Yes, you would because Venus has so much atmosphere that you can die of air pressure, the planet is so hot and because it can suffocate you to death.
It happened because the pressure inside the volcano then when the pressure was too much it erupted!!!!
Usually for standard basketballs it's about 7-9 lbs.
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Okay i think i might know but i'm not sure but i think this can never happen because if it did the atmospheric pressure would crush us. our fluids in our bodies exert pressure on the atmospheric pressure(the same amount) and pretty much neutralize the effect!
I like no pressure
when the temperature is cold, the air inside the basketball will shrink, and hotter temperatures will expand the air creating more air pressure inside the ball making it bounce better, try putting a balloon in the freezer and seeing how much it shrinks and expands when you take it out. But what would happen if the pressure in the basketball was the same in the warm and cold conditions? The colder ball would have to have more mass of air inside of it. At least to first order, they response to the external impact would be the same. I would bet that the stiffer rubber would still make the cold ball bounce lower than the warm one, but it would be an interesting experiment. Remember that air affects the height the basketball bounces. Colder air is more dense and therefore has more friction than warm air. The difference isn't entirely noticeable in something as big as a basketball but for example in badminton the shuttlecock which has high air resistance responds differently in different climates. You need to buy either faster or slower shuttles depending on the temperature on the day.
When you drop it from six feet it should bounce up three feet.
It would be Trey/Troy because Ryan dosesn't even play basketball much.