The inertia of an object is dependent on its mass. A bowling ball has a greater mass than a Baseball so a greater force must be applied to a bowling ball than would be applied to a baseball to make them both roll at the same speed.
I may not be positive, but considering a baseball is lighter, I would have to go with the bowling ball being harder to move.
Because bowling balls are denser, therefore being 'heavier' than baseballs. That means it takes more energy to throw.
A bowling ball has more mass and is pulled by gravity, creating more resistance than a golf ball.
Would hit the same time.
A bowling ball beacause it hass lots of mass than a basketball
A bowling ball since it has more mass. However, both the ping pong ball and the bowling ball are subjected to the same acceleration due to gravity, specifically 9.82 m s-2 and, neglecting air resistance, would fall at the same rate of speed.
The object with the most mass, as gravitational force is dependent on mass. Therefore the bowling ball exerts more gravitational force than a baseball or a football.
An apple because if you put it on someones stomache it will want to move around more than the bowling ball would
Well according to the equation Force = Mass x Acceleration. A bowling ball has more mass than a feather but it all depends on how much acceleration each is undergoing. Potentially a feather can have more force (if the bowling ball has an acceleration of zero, then there is no force being produced, and if the feather is accelerating at any speed greater than zero, thentechnicallyit has more force)
A baseball player can throw a baseball 90 m.p.h. What if you asked him to throw a bowling ball? It doesn't go nearly as fast or as far. The acceleration is much less, not because the baseball player is suddenly applying less force, but because the object he is applying the force to has much greater mass.
Any amount of force can stop either kind of ball. But a greater force is required to stop a bowling ball than to stop a soccer ball IN THE SAME TIME, because the bowling ball has more mass, and therefore more momentum and more kinetic energy.
Ignoring friction and air resistance, it would require a force of 30 Newtons.
since force is mass and acceleration the force needed to knock over a bowling depends on the mass of bowling and it acceleration.
If by "better" you mean "stronger", the greater masses will cause a stronger gravitational force.
it knocks the pins down.
the bowling ball will be the one that requires the most force to push,however it has the most potential energy so once it starts rolling it will roll for a long time depending on the surface it is traveling on.