The bowling ball transfers its kinetic energy (energy of movement) to the stationary bowling pins.
a strike ( if you knock all the bowling pins down with one " throw " of the bowling ball )
Knocking down all the remaining pins after the second ball in tenpin bowling is termed as a spare.
A bowling ball is a ball that is used in the game of bowling, where you roll the ball down an aisle and try to knock down as many pins as you can.
By knocking down all 10 pins, with the bowling ball, with one shot. strikes should not be counted if the pinsetter(machine that picks up the remaining pins)knocks over a pin(s)
Knocking them down...one pin at a time
You deliver the bowling ball down the lane to knock the pins down.
What pound bowling ball you use depends on your body type and age. If you are a bit bigger and stronger you are ganna want a heavier ball cause it will hit harder. If you were to use a light ball being big and strong it would just bounce off the pins rather then knocking them down. So if you are more comfortable with a 15 lb ball then i would go with that because it would most likely hit harder.
The bowling ball
That depends on how heavy your bowling ball is. If it is a 6 pound ball, it will not knock down as many pins as you would want it to. If you had a 14 pound ball, chances are you will knock down more pins with a heavier bowling ball.
No. Speed and force cause a bowling ball to roll down a lane. Friction may cause a bowling ball to change course on a lane though, and also slow it down.
It is the isle you roll your ball down when bowling
Assuming 10-pin bowling, if you knock all the pins down in one frame with one ball (a strike), you get 10 points plus the number of pins you knock down with your next two balls. If you knock all the pins down in one frame with two balls (a spare), you get 10 points plus the number of pins you knock down with your next ball.
The bowling ball does slow down. Momentum is conserved. It's just that it's a heavy ball so it has a lot of momentum, and the pins are light so overall the ball doesn't slow down enough for us to notice.
Get the highest score possible, by knocking down as many pins as possible.
Knocking down all 10 pins with first ball. If you throw a ball in the gutter on the first ball and then knock them all down with the second ball, it is a spare not a strike. A strike is when you knock all of the bowling pins down on the first try. If you don't knock any down the first try, but on the second try you knock them all over, it is condsidered a spare because it took you two tries to knock them all over. It means that when you throw the bowling ball, you knock all pins (10) down in one throw. a strike is all 10 pins knocked down in one try a spare is all 10 pins knocked down in two consecutive tries in the same frame. Ten points plus the pins of the next two balls you roll. It could be as little as ten (if you roll two gutter balls) and as high as 30 if you get two strikes. It means knocking down 10 pins:Thats Good
Friction is when you roll a bowling ball down an bowling alley or when you kick a soccer ball. Hope this helped
There isn't a specific name for knocking down all but one pin.
If you're talking about getting all ten pins down in a frame regardless how, you could throw a gutter for the first ball and then pick up the spare with the second. You could do this over all 10 frames (and a gutter for the bonus ball in the 10th frame) for 100 (or strike with your bonus ball for 110).
yes, the heavier your bowling ball is the more pins you are likely to knock down. A greater mass gives the ball power when driving into the pins.
The bowling ball because it has more mass
it tries to knock all the pins down
If a bowling ball and an apple dropped from the same height the bowling ball would reach the ground first. This is because the bowling ball has more mass and density making gravity pull it down faster.