An apple has greater density than a soccer ball because an apple is full of fruit and juice, and a soccer ball is full of air.
A softball is more dense than a soccer ball.
Density is defined as the ratio between mass and volume. Since a bowling ball is much much heavier than a soccer ball (which is mainly filled with air), a bowling ball is much denser.
It's not correct to talk about "density" of a soccer ball. It's better you say "average density" of a soccer ball. It's clear that any soccer ball consists of different materials such as leather/plastic, rubber, and air. It order to find the average density you have to find the mass of a soccer ball and divide it by it's volume (in the first approximation you neglect the thickness of the shell (leather and rubber coats)).
A soccer ball is hollow and filled with air, which has little density. A bowling ball is solid material of a much greater density. * Because bowling balls have a standard size, about 21.8 cm in diameter, bowling balls weighing less than 5.4 kg (12 lb) will float in water.
Because a soccer ball is made of "polished" pieces of fabric sown together and a bowling ball is made of Urethane, which is optimized ceramic material which has been partially hollowed and a core has been placed in the middle, I would say bowling ball.
There's going to be a greater density in the bowling ball, because its ALOT heavier and isn't hallow like the balloon.
billard ball because it has more density
A bowling ball's density is greater than a basketball
no unless it is floating on a liquid with a density greater than that of the bowling ball.
Yes, because a bowling ball is more dense than a soccer ball. A bowling ball is solid all throughout while a soccer ball has its outer layer, but has air inside of it. Hope that this answer helps! :)
The bowling ball is harder to stop because it has a greater mass, and therefore a greater momentum. But the answer is that the bowling ball has a greater mass.
Balloons have greater buoyant force as the air inside has lesser density than a bowling ball's material. Density is inversely related to Buoyant force.