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How does the force of gravity affect the height of basketballs on different types of floorings?
The gravity is the same regardless of flooring type. The bouncyness of the floor depends on the floor material and this is what affects how high the ball will bounce. For example, carpet will absorb energy and ball will not bounce as high as on concrete or a sprung wood floor, which do not take a lot of energy from the bounce. If it touches pie, it explodes. Thus, causing a nuclear explosion in the earths core.
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The measurement of weight is affected by gravity.
Since force equals mass x acceleration (F=MA), the greater the height of a dropped object the more it will accelerate before it hits the ground, so the greater the energy it w…ill hit with. So, more height, more energy. If one wants to stop a certain object with a certain amount of energy in a given time span, one needs more force if the energy level of the object is higher. Another aspect is that force decreases with height (measured from earth): mass is constant, but gravitational constant decreases with distance to earth.
mass and distance
gravity affects all object in the same way, as a gravitation attraction between two objects. the only changing factor between objects is the objects mass. the larger the mass,… the more gravity acts on it. the equation for gravity of any two given objects is g = Gm1m2/r^2 that is to say that the gravitational force between two objects of mass 1 and mass 2 is equal to their masses multiplyed by eachother and the gravitational constant G over their distance apart squared. the further two objects are from eachother, the weaker the force is between them.
Height does not really affect the accuracy of your basketball throwing. However, tall people tend to underestimate the distance to the net and small people tend to overestimat…e the distance to the net.
Does gravity affect a person's height and why?
Mass and Density are the two sole factors involved in gravity
Force of attraction between the two objects is inversely proportional to the square of distance between them.
Gravity affects the bounce of a basketball because if there is gravity, the basketball will come back down after it bounces. But if there is no gravity, the basketball will bo…unce and travel indefinitely upwards and never come back down until a gravitational force pulls the basketball towards it.
The force of gravity acts downward on it, and the force of buoyancy acts upward on it. Just like any other object immersed in any other fluid.
If you are asking the rate of acceleration on a surface, than the larger the force of gravity is, the more it will affect the rate of acceleration. The amount of friction dep…ends one many variables, one of which is gravity. The larger your force of gravity is, the larger the force of friction is. Because of this, the more the force of gravity is, than the slower the rate of acceleration is because of the larger force of friction, which would be acting against the rate of acceleration. Therefore, the force of gravity does affect the rate of acceleration.
it is called decking. i worked the floor of a stadium we put it in and out a bunch each panel of the deck weighed 140 to 230 lbs.some 150 panels
Yes because different types of flooring have different texture and denseness.
forces used are gravity, friction, weight, tension, air resistance, strong and weak nuclear force, weak electromagnetic force, electrical force. by prasang VIII-J
Gravity comes from units of mass. It is only an attractive force as far as we have ever seen. Electromagnetic forces come from units of electric charge. They are different i…f the charges are stationary, moving, or accelerating. They may attract other charges, repel them, or move them in circles (magnetic fields).