a wet tennis ball doesn't bounce as high, so the dry one will bounce higher
Technically, a frozen tennis ball will not bounce well because of the temperature. The elasticity is one of the factors in which a ball bounces and when things are colder, there isn't as much elasticity, so it will not bounce as well. Therefore, a dry ball (as long as it wasn't frozen in a container) will bounce better than a frozen one.
no actually wet balls bounce lower and they spray water all around.
A wet tennis ball is a ruined tennis ball. It does not bounce as high. You can dry a tennis ball quickly by hitting it against a chain-link fence repidly for a little while. Once the ball is dry, then you can use it again.
It depends. If a tennis balls are hit with the same amount of force, then the dry tennis ball will travel faster and farther. However, if the two tennis balls begin traveling at the same speed, then the dry tennis ball will slow down more rapidly than the wet tennis ball. The reason is the added mass of water. It would take more force to make the wet tennis ball fly as fast as the dry, but the added mass also requires more force to slow down the wet ball.
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.
Ones wet and ones not. Plus the wet one will be slightly heavier which could affect the way it moves e.g. bounces etc. But not much
It depends on many factors. How will the tennis balls be propelled? Will you hit both with a racquet? Will you shoot them from a potato cannon?
Water doesn't enter any tennis ball that's in good condition and hasn't been punctured, so in that sense, every undamaged tennis ball is waterproof. But the fuzz on the outside can sure get soaked. I have made a waterproof tennis ball that makes even the fuzz keep dry. It is pure awesome.
no, theoreticly speaking, it should be slower. the more weight, possibly the slower, the water would have little aero-dinamic quailities..
take a tennis ball drill a 1-2 inch hole with a drill into the ball go to a store find concrete mix mix the mix until its a thin mixture then when that's done pour it into the hole in the tennis ball let that dry and then cut a square out of that and if had to sand that down then you paint the tennis ball blue or Green then paint the layers for it!
It doesn't really matter whether you machine dry tennis shoes or not. Though, I do highly recommend you to wash and let the tennis shoes dry naturally, just keep in mind that it will take some time for the tennis shoes to dry;)
You should dry the leaves and then crumble it into little pieces. Then you can do whatever you want with it. Sticking it onto a tennis ball or inside a paper ball is a great way for your cat to have fun :)
Drying the jacket with tennis balls will help the jacket's feathers to be fluffy.
Wet objects normally look darker than the same object when it is dry because when an object is dry the light bounces directly to the eye, but when the object is wet the light bounces inside the wet region before the eye. That is why it appears darker when it is wet.
you have to beat the ink game for pros
Just as it affects people, the environment may affect the tennis courts. Regardless of the surface: If it is too cold or dry, the surface will tend to be harder and the tennis balls will bounce higher and faster; if it is too hot or humid, the surface will tend to be softer and the tennis balls will bounce lower and slower. The same is true for the ability of the tennis player to run on that surface during those conditions.
Dah, I'm just a HS student but my logical (not scientific) hypothesis is that the water weighs it down and makes it less springy when it meets the ground.
tennis ballsWell, yes, a tennis ball would clog up a septic tank, if you used enough of them. Any man-made material, esp. latex can stop septic action. Or perhaps the tank is just full.Try adding dry yeast to the tank.
I think is dry day has a higher pressure than rainy day.
Dry however... There are so many variables to deal with when talking about how the ball rolls. Usually dry grass will allow the ball to roll better but the length and type of grass can make a huge difference.
get the ball and give it 2 the players and carrying a towel aroung 2 dry the ball off
Hard and dry clay dose not