Density is defined as the ratio between mass and volume. Since a Bowling ball is much much heavier than a soccer ball (which is mainly filled with air), a bowling ball is much denser.
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they float because of density
Used the equation Density=Mass/Volume to solve this one.
Ten-pin bowling balls usually weigh from about 6 pounds (around 2800 grams) to 16 pounds (about 7200 grams) There are no bowling balls that weigh 200 grams (though such a ball would be leagal as there is no minimum weight) but if there were, the mass of the ball divided by the volume of the ball gives the density. The volume of a standard bowling ball is about 5500 cubic centimeters (I assumed a circumference of 27 inches and calculated from that) 200 / 5500 = 0.036 g/cm3 Compare to the density of air = 0,0012 g/cm3
A soccer ball is hollow and filled with air, which has little density. A bowling ball is solid material of a much greater density. * Because bowling balls have a standard size, about 21.8 cm in diameter, bowling balls weighing less than 5.4 kg (12 lb) will float in water.
Because a soccer ball is made of "polished" pieces of fabric sown together and a bowling ball is made of Urethane, which is optimized ceramic material which has been partially hollowed and a core has been placed in the middle, I would say bowling ball.
A bowling ball's density is greater than a basketball
no unless it is floating on a liquid with a density greater than that of the bowling ball.
An apple has greater density than a soccer ball because an apple is full of fruit and juice, and a soccer ball is full of air.
There's going to be a greater density in the bowling ball, because its ALOT heavier and isn't hallow like the balloon.
The bowling ball is harder to stop because it has a greater mass, and therefore a greater momentum. But the answer is that the bowling ball has a greater mass.
Yes, because a bowling ball is more dense than a soccer ball. A bowling ball is solid all throughout while a soccer ball has its outer layer, but has air inside of it. Hope that this answer helps! :)
A softball is more dense than a soccer ball.
Balloons have greater buoyant force as the air inside has lesser density than a bowling ball's material. Density is inversely related to Buoyant force.