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Q: Why does a basketball have dimples?
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How many dimples on a basketball?

3,395


Is there 3395 dimples on a basketball?

yes that is correct


How do you describe the texture of a basketball?

leathery dimples


How many Dimples on a 28.5 inch basketball?

9 million


How many dots is on a basketball?

by dots im guessing you mean dimples, and it varries on the ball, the size and the Type


How many dimples on a standard basketball?

According to the Spalding website: " There are 122 pebbles per square inch on a Spalding basketball which is equivalent to approximately 35,000 pebbles. '


What is the phenotype of an individual with one allele for dimples and on allele for no dimples?

This would depend on whether the allele for dimples is dominant or recessive. If the allele for dimples is dominant and the no dimples allele is recessive then the phenotype of the individual would be dimpled. If the allele for no dimples is dominant and the allele for no dimples is recessive then the dimples will not be expressed. If these alleles are codominant then the dimples will be expressed but not as much as in an individual who has both alleles for dimples.


What is the phenotype of an individual with one allele for dimples and one for no dimples?

This would depend on whether the allele for dimples is dominant or recessive. If the allele for dimples is dominant and the no dimples allele is recessive then the phenotype of the individual would be dimpled. If the allele for no dimples is dominant and the allele for no dimples is recessive then the dimples will not be expressed. If these alleles are codominant then the dimples will be expressed but not as much as in an individual who has both alleles for dimples.


Dimples are a dominant characteristic If one parent does not have dimples and one parent is heterozygous for dimples what chance does a child have for getting dimples?

If one parent does not have dimples and one parent is heterozygous for dominant dimples, a child has a 50% chance of inheriting dimples.


Do you have to have dimples to get your dimples pierced?

Well, to have to have dimples to get your dimples pierced. Otherwise it's just getting your cheeks pierced(:


How do you know if you have dimples?

If you have dimples you can see them.


You want dimples how do you get them?

You can't really MAKE dimples. Dimples are completely genetic.

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