The mass of the objects don't matter in free fall - they both fall at the same time, assuming air resistance is negligible. However in your case, the Golf ball has less air resistance than a tennis ball (add that to the fact tennis ball consist most of air inside adding more to the air resistance).
Therefore, the golf ball falls faster than a tennis ball -
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The golf ball has less air resistance then the tennis ball, and so accelerates slightly quicker (it will also have a greater terminal velocity).
It really depends on the size of the slope and the surface terrain but the golf ball should be fast sinces it is heavier.
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If thrown at the same speed, a basketball. A basketball is heavier and will have momentum going with it while a tennis ball will have little momentum. A basketball will roll faster than most balls.
It has a negative (downward) slope.
Soup just draaaaiiiiins its way down, slowly, while a ball of catfood rolls down the slope quite quickly.
because the tennis has more bounce in it your welcome
In other words, does a golf ball roll faster up a hill? No obviously not. It would roll faster down a slope, it's called gravity.
a ball rolls faster in grass because grass is sorter and dirt is harder and dirty
Negative positive (apex)
I believe it does. If you imagine it with a bowling ball and two tennis balls, when you roll one tennis ball into another stationary tennis ball, it rolls away, but not that far. Now repeat the same experiment with a bowling ball and a tennis ball, the result is much clearer as to which moved the stationary tennis ball more. The bowling ball did as it has a larger mass and size.
Neither. The ball rolls faster on cement, not grass, or dirt.
it would hit the ground if there was one to hit
Wet, because in has more weight on it. If a tennis ball is wet it can't bounce it just falls and stays on the ground.