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.
Because the instrument used to strike it is lighter and thinner with a bigger striking area.
Because it can go far in the air
Because a golf ball is denser. When you cut a golf ball and a table tennis ball in half, the golf ball is solid all the way through. The table tennis ball has a cavity filled with mostly air inside.
The International Tennis Federation requires a tennis ball to weigh between 56 and 59.4 grams. Under the rules of Golf, a golf ball must weigh no more than 45.93 grams. So no, a golf ball does not weigh more than a tennis ball.
On first analysis, the basketball would appear to have the higher ratio (regardless of units of measure due to its larger size). But the situation could be interpreted as being rather more complicated than that. The tennis ball is thoroughly covered in very fine fibers, and the basketball has a surface that is dimpled. Both surfaces increase the surface area of their respective objects, but the high aspect ratio fibers of the tennis ball are massively more significant in this effect. Thus, when considering the actual surfaces, the correct answer would appear to be the tennis ball, by a fairly large margin.
A Golf ball feels heavier than a Table Tennis ball, because the golf ball contains more matter in a similar volume.Because i said so and shalamar did