The Golf ball's rate of transferring energy (in this case elastic) is dependent on its COR (coefficient of restitution) - which is basically a rate of how rigid the shell is.
In simple words, yes. The golf ball that bounces higher than other golf balls is bouncier than the other golf balls. If you hit a rubber ball with a golf club, the ball should travel farther than all the regular golf balls.
a basketball bouces higher because the air
The higher the height the ball is dropped from, the higher the height it will bounce to.
Yes if the ball is bigger it weighs more and the more weight the ball has the higher it will bounce but the height its dropped from also has to do with the how high it bounces Yes if the ball is bigger it weighs more and the more weight the ball has the higher it will bounce but the height its dropped from also has to do with the how high it bounces
Not to any appreciable extent. Bounce is caused by the elasticity of the material comprising the ball and the surface on which it is bounced.For example, on concrete a basketball will bounce higher than a baseball, but a golf ball--How high it bounces depends on how much force you exert on it. If you only let it drop, it will not bounce higher that the point you dropped it from and every time it bounces, it will go less and less high. anyway, the bigger the ball, the more force you will have to exert on it to make it bounce higher than the point it was dropped, or "bounced" from.
Because the hard surface doesn't absorb any of the energy of the tennis ball - thus the ball bounces higher than if it was dropped on a softer surface.
i think that pump bounces higher than helium beacause i tried it and pump does bounce higher
Assuming the two numbers are measuring the same distance, the higher number will represent the greater distance, in this instance, 260.41.
The bouciness (if that's a word) of the ball, and the height you drop it from. The more bouncy the ball is, the higher it bounces, and the higher you drop it from, the higher it bounces. The higher the ball is when it is dropped, the more gravitational pull it will have on it. Also the material it is made of makes a difference, for example a bowling ball which is made of a hard material would not bounce as high as a rubber ball; this is because the rubber has more give in it, so has more potential to ping back into its original shape, creating kinetic (moving) energy which bounces it back up in the air again. Then when the ball bounces back up, it will not fall from as high a distance as before, therefore each time it bounces back up it has less and less gravitational energy, eventually bringing it to a halt on the floor.</H5> <P>Hope this helps.</P>
The farther away, depending on the weapon, the higher above the target one must aim.
Yes, because as you go higher, your distance from the source of gravity force goes farther which makes the force decrease.
I think Wilson is for sure, it bounces alot higher when it is welly pumped. I think you should get a Wilson ball for sure.