A bowling ball has more inertia than a tennis ball but tennis probably has more inertia than a bowling ball.
A bowling ball is heavier than a tennis ball for a number of reasons. Two of which should be obvious: The bowling ball is bigger and therefore weighs more for it has more mass. And the bowling ball is made of a denser material and is solid. A tennis ball is made out of rubber and is hollow and filled with air.
a golf ball weighs more than a tennis ball
A bowling ball
if you said bowling ball you r correct
While a bowling ball is completely filled on the inside save the finger holes, a tennis ball's interior is completely hollow, and is also much smaller than a bowling ball. A bowling ball has more matter.
A football weighs more than a tennis ball.
A softball weighs more. A tennis ball is smaller that a softball and is hollow. A softball is larger and it is not hollow, making the softball heavier than the tennis ball.
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.
That would depend on how fast each was moving. However given that they are moving at the same speed, then a bowling ball has more mass than a tennis ball and would therefore have more inertial energy.