u use your feet muscle when you jump and run, and actually you get taller playing basketball because you stretch when you shoot.
A paperclip has much less mass than a basketball.
basketball of course
A basketball is not a mass structure because it is not made up of piled up materials. For instance, a brick wall is a mass structure. A basketball is actually a shell structure.
The basketball is hollow.
One Does not Simply find the Mass of a Basketball
how does mass affect the shape of an object?
no it does not thermal energy has no affect on mass
at a YMCA in Springfield Mass.
Basketball was invented there.
It will not affect the mass in any way whatsoever.
only if you are a mass-hole
Temperature can affect the mass of something and also freezing the object.
Gravity affects weight, it does not affect mass.
If you're asking for the hometown it is Holyoke Mass. just out side of Springfield Mass home of the Basketball Hall of Fame where Basketball was invented
basketball was invented in the US. wiki James Naismith of Springfield, Mass
Yes, the mass of an object does affect the friction of the given object.
The location like moon will affect its weight but not the mass
Neither of them affect mass in a closed system.
the mass is good
Strictly a matter of which possesses the greater mass. If the softball has less mass than a basketball, it must weigh less.
protons and neutrons affect the mass electrons and protons affect the charge