no actually wet balls bounce lower and they spray water all around.
A soaking tennis ball won't bounce high because it has become water-logged
Tennis balls are porous, and will allow water to seep in. The water adds too much weight to the tennis ball, causing it to be too heavy to bounce, in addition to ruining the outer surface of the tennis ball.
a wet tennis ball doesn't bounce as high, so the dry one will bounce higher
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.
Yes it does, the water accumulates in the ball, which causes it to get heavier and therefore doesn't bounce as high as a normal tennis ball. The ball also tends to slide on the courts when the ball hits the surface when hit with pace.
It depends on the quality and conditions of the tennis ball. If the ball is used frequently, in the rain, or if it got wet, it could wear out in a few days.
When a tennis ball hits the ground, it gives off some of its kinetic energy (energy when moving) in the form of sound and friction. So, each times a tennis ball bounces, it loses energy. Also, air resistance slows it down when air-borne. Air resistance is the "friction" of the air and the object moving in the air. When a tennis ball gets wet our is left outside in the weather to long it becomes stiff and is not in its best condition to bounce very well.
The dry tennis ball will bounce higher, if you use the same amount of force, the wet tennis ball will slide a bit when it hits the ground and bounce lower. In short, the weight of the water will make the tennis ball heavier, with the weight of the water keeping it from bouncing as high.
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.
Historically, when the ball get's wet with any liquid, it will drop and dribble 2 or 3 times and then stay on the ground. The highest it will probably bounce is about half a foot.
The outer cover is porous and absorbs water. Being that the tennis ball is also hollow inside, the water adds more weight to the ball and thus reduces its ability to effectively bounce.
When the cricket pitch is wet, balls may not bounce off easily. The players may also have a hard time maintaining a firm grip on the ground.
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.
you put rollers on wet hair because when it drys it has more bounce
Put it in the oven.
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because the wet pitch makes the ball slow and wet by:ali
it gets wet and you ruin the THC Suck my toes and your balls get wet.
No! It is extremely BAD to bounce on a wet trampoline, so never try to do that, unless you want to make your trampoline not bouncy anymore! A wet trampoline is one of the worst ways of making you lose fun on your trampoline, but it is fun if it is not raining or wet and dry like in the spring/summer. that way, without it being wet, there will be lest danger of getting the springs stretched. When the springs are stretched, they can never be un-stretched again. And when they're stretched, you don't have a bouncy trampoline anymore.Hope this helps,Splitz.monkey13
no , the ground is wet , and won't play it well
they slowly melt. the more they get wet, the more they melt into the soil. they poison the soil