Some sports that don't have a projectile involved are:
* Karate * Boxing * Arm Wrestling * Horseback riding * Running/Track * Relay racing * Fencing * Dancing * Judo * Canoing/Boating * Cycling * Juggling * Yo-yo-ing * Skating * Skate boarding * Sky diving * Trampolining * Weightlifting * Sledding * Snorkeling * Sumo Wrestling * Wrestling * Kayaking *
Weight cycling refers to an individual gaining weight than losing weight, losing weight, and gaining weight, and this is referred to as yo-yo dieting.
Weight cycling can be explained with the term yo-yo dieting and lean mass loss, with weight cycling occurring when a dieter's weight first goes up and then goes down, and this happens again and again. Losing weight then gaining it back is known as cycling dieting.
Football and Golf are the only major sports without a round ball. Football has a unique shaped ball (the football) while hockey uses a puck.
There are many sports that do not use a round ball. A few of them include boxing, hockey, and swimming or diving.
Golf ball, tennis ball, football are just 3 games (of many) that use a round object known as a ball.
round 3 dimentional ball, globe,beach ball
1. Basket ball 2. Volleyball 3. Hockey 4. Dodgeball
baseball, boxing and basket ball I think Toby
If 15' is the diameter, take half of that, as the radius. Then use the formula for a sphere: volume = (4/3) x pi x r3.
the answer is ball. square is a 2 dimensional figure while cube is 3 dimension. on same basis circle is 2 dimensional for which corresponding 3 dimensional figure is sphere or ball is given choices.
The 3 dimensional version of a circle is a sphere - a round ball. You can make it out of putty or papier mache.
Yes, it is the overall length of the round. 2 3/4 is inches, as is the 3.... Soo, you can use the shorter round in the longer chamber, but not the opposite.
-- Measure the diameter of the ball (the fattest dimension).-- Take the "cube" of that number. (itself x itself x itself)-- Multiply the result by 0.5236The answer is the volume of the ball in cubic-(same unit as the diameter of the ball).Note: Where the 0.5236 came from ... it's (4/3 pi) x (1/2)3