How many dimples on a basketball?
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Most balls on sale today have about 300 to 450 dimples. There were a few balls having over 500 dimples before. The recordholder was a ball with 1,070 dimples -- 414 larger ones (in fourdifferent sizes) and 656 pinhead-sized ones. All brands of balls,except one, have even-numbered dimples. The only odd-numbered ballon market is a ball with 333 dimples. Officially sanctioned balls are designed to be as symmetrical aspossible. A ball can have six rows of normal dimples on itsequator, and very shallow dimples elsewhere. This asymmetricaldesign helps the ball self-adjust its spin-axis during the flight.The USGA did not sanction it and changed the rules to banaerodynamic asymmetrical balls. The ball supplier sued the USGA andthe USGA paid U.S. $1.375 million in an out of court settlement. The number of dimples on a golf ball varies, depending on themanufacturer and may even be different for different models made bythe same manufacturer. The dimples are usually the same size as oneanother, but some golf balls have several different sizes of dimpleon the same ball. Any number between 300 and 500 dimples isreasonable, and 336 is a common number. Not just any number willdo. Golf balls are usually covered with dimples in a sphericallysymmetrical way, and for many values of N, it is impossible tocover the golf ball uniformly without gaps. Symmetry is importantor the ball will wobble or its flight will depend on which part ofthe ball is forwards or sideways as the ball spins. You can get anidea of how to space dimples uniformly around a sphere by thinkingabout the "platonic solids" -- the tetrahedron, cube, octahedron,dodecahedron and icosahedron, and placing a dimple at the cornersof an inscribed platonic solid. Variations on this theme give thecorners of Buckminster Fuller's geodesic domes, and also thepossible symmetrical locations of dimples on a golf ball. Why does a golf ball have dimples on its surface? When a golf ball is flying through the air, it has three forces onit. Two of them are gravity and drag from the air. In addition, ifthe golf ball is spinning, there will be a Magnus force on it(which may point up or down or either side, depending on how it isspinning -- the Magnus force cannot point along the flight path ofthe ball however -- see our answer on the Magnus force for moreinformation). The main goal of making a golf ball go farther however is to reducethe force of drag as it flies through the air. In general,turbulence increases drag, because the energy needed to stir theair up and make it swirl around is energy that the ball has lost.One might think that a rough ball will induce more turbulence inthe air than a smooth one, but it depends on how fast the ball isgoing. For balls going slowly through a viscous fluid, then thefluid just moves a bit to the side as the ball passes, and then itreturns more or less to where it was. If the fluid motion issmooth, we call the motion "laminar", otherwise it is "turbulent."A ball moving quickly through a fluid like the air will have airflowing in a laminar fashion in some places and in a turbulentfashion in others. Directly behind the ball there will be aturbulent "wake", and surrounding that will be smoothly flowingair. The whole idea behind reducing the drag is to make theturbulent wake small. The air that slides past the ball very close to it is called the"boundary layer". At the place where the turbulent wake starts iscalled "separation of the boundary layer" where the smoothlyflowing air departs from the ball and does not close up behind theball nicely but rather swirls around in small vortices. If theboundary layer can be encouraged to stick to the ball a littlelonger, then the turbulent part of the wake can be reduced. Itturns out that adding a little extra turbulence in the boundarylayer itself all over the ball allows the main smoothly-flowing aircurrents to stay closer to the ball and delays the separation ofthe boundary layer. Some nice pictures of balls in wind tunnelshowing this effect can be found here. There is also an increase in the Magnus force, giving the ball somelift when it is spinning in the correct direction. This force helpskeep the ball in the air longer, allowing it to travel farther. People have thought of putting dimples on everything from swimsuitsto cars to airplanes. You only get an advantage from these dimplesif the boundary layer can be made to stick longer to the object.Some cars just have vertical flat ends to them where the trunkcomes down and there is no way to reduce the turbulent wake ofthese no matter how dimpled the paint is. And the boundary layerstays with airplane wings except maybe a bit at the ends (some gaincan be made by putting small rods out on the tips or on thetrailing edges of the wings).
Answer . \nOne layer of a neat and tidy matrix overlaps the next neat layer of a neat and tidy matrix and the next layer overlaps that one. If you had one layer of a neat and tidy matrix with just single horizontal chains of atoms, and you presented it before a light, you should be able to see through it. Once the next chain of atoms are added to the top, the new atoms fill in the space that the light would pass through.
They are the same thing, in the UK we do not have different typesof Golf ball from US ones. There is no difference. The smaller British golf ball was banned from being used in theBritish Open in 1974, so it was gradually phased out as it wasillegal in all of the majors after that. It was 1.62 inches indiameter as opposed to the USGA standard of 1.68 inches.
There are 392 dimples on a pro v 1, but 332 dimples on a pro v 1x.
Dimple piercing is like dermal anchors, it's not a smart move, prone to scarring and infection. Scarring is the worst of all the issues. Messing with facial connective tissue and muscle operation is just about the worst idea out there so far and highly over rated. Avoid this at all costs, 20 years from now you will be glad you did. Generally done where dimples exist currently then again I warned you.
only some ppl have them, but when you smile its those little dents in your cheeks
in my opionion i dont think you can get back dimples because you have to be rather born with it getting it either from ur mom or dad *genes* so basically i dont think you can have dimples unless plastic surgery?
Dimples at the small of one's back are naturally occurring, andtheir presence is dependent on your pelvis's bone structure andyour personal weight distribution, as well as amount of musclepresent. If your body is predisposed to have dimples at the smallof your back, they will be present when you are at a healthy weightfor your height.
According to the Spalding website:. " There are 122 pebbles per square inch on a Spalding basketball which is equivalent to approximately 35,000 pebbles. '
You have to be born with them. I have them! Lots of guys like it.. but that's only if you were half tops so that they can see them.
A Dimple is another word for a small dent (like dimples on a golf ball). The dimple in your cheeks are caused by a small gap beween the muscle Orbicularis Oris and part of the skull called the Zygomatic Arch (in the higher up dimples) or between the two muscles Orbicularis Oris and Temporalis (in the lower down dimples)
trick question, many people think 1, 1 during a game. But about 1,000,000 can fit. just stack them. if they're gonna fall, just use duck tape.
There is no way to get rid of dimples other than plastic surgery. Dimples are very cute. Many people would like to have dimples.
The dimples on a golf ball are designed to make the ball aerodynamic and fly as smoothly through the air as it can. The reason there are so many dimples as it is as many as they can fit on the golf ball to give it the best flight.
Dimples are the visible indentations in facial skin that are either permanently present on cheeks or chin, or appear temporarily while a person speaks or smiles. Dimples are one of the most dominant facial traits. Generally, dimples are present or appear on both cheeks, but sometime, a rare form of single dimple appears on one cheek. It is believed that dimples are genetically inherited. Studies have found that the parents having dimples give birth to children having dimples. Anatomically, dimples are caused by the facial muscle called zygomaticus major. Dimples are caused when your facial muscle - zygomaticus major, is shorter than normal; it pulls on your skin and forms the indentation in your facial skin. Cheek dimples are formed by the double or bifid zygomaticus major muscle.
A piercing in your cheek. Usually on your dimple, the little roung hole looking thing when you smile.... Looks like this:. http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1100/1129583079_c5f6a80c58.jpg?v=0
Yes you can. You just take out the two little balls at the end of the bars. You don't need surgery to get it removed. Although you'll probably need someone else to clean it for you since its behind you.
There are 392 dimples on a Pro V 1, but 332 dimples on a Pro V 1x. An internet search revealed that the 2017 Titleist Pro V1 gold ballsports 352 dimples. 352
Not necessarily, dimples are a dominant gene and if neither you nor your spouse passed it on, the baby will not have dimples. The chance of your child not having dimples is probably 1/4. However, if BOTH your parents have dimples, it is possible there will be a 100% chance of the baby having dimples. It's complicated. Basically there is a three fourths chance of dimples.
Dimples are visible indentations of the skin, caused by underlying flesh, which form on some people's cheeks when they smile.
The exact same as the ones sold in USA, Asia and all around the world.
Well, to have to have dimples to get your dimples pierced. Otherwise it's just getting your cheeks pierced(:
Yes. getting your cheeks pierced DOES LEAVE PERMANENT DIMPLES. You are warned of this before getting them done. I have had mine pierced for about 6 years, and I went an entire year without anything in them, and I had dimples even without the jewelry in. When you puncture the muscle in your cheeks, and put something in the way of that muscle mending completely (in this case a Lebret Stud) They cheek compensates for the jewelry, and heals around it, INDEED leaving permanent dimples. That's just what happens. These piercings are also one of the hardest to heal and up keep. You must always be careful when caring for oral piercings. ALWAYS LISTEN TO THE PIERCERS ADVICE!
I peirced my own dimples about a week ago using,16g peicing needle,studs,and a ruler and marker to mark where i wanted them.Well anyways i left them in for about a week or two but i took them out and let them close because my grandma told me to,and yes later on what happends is the indentions of the peircings stay there and when you smile they show and look like real dimples, Screamo_Foxx, add me on myspace: http:/www.myspace.com/screamo_foxx
Yes, that is why Rosalie saved him, because his dimples and curly hair reminded her of her friend's baby. : )
No . You want to be careful about getting facial piercings, like the dimple piercings. Not every person is created the same way and quite often these *trendy piercings (* piercings that are not common place and very experimental, can lead to serious damage that can not be fixed with surgical procedures ) are not thought out very well nor are they performed by someone who really knows what they are doing (even if they say they do) . . Piercing the cheeks poses risks for striking saliva ducts, nerve roots and other body structures that can cause life long facial damage. Just because you saw it in a magazine doesn't mean it real, photo shop is an excellent product. So do your own research into your anatomy and think about what you want to get done before you jump into a mistake you may regret. I already have a list of over 30 women who received piercings at another studio, done by a moron who didn't know what he was doing, scarring, infections, rejection were the problems. Do your research then research your piercer before you get the work done.
Grab the phone book and look up body piercing in the yellow pages. There you will find a list of body piercing studios that would be happy to talk to you about your request. You need to realize there is more to the human body that just skin and organs. You can't go willy nilly poking holes anywhere you like without hitting major connective tissue, nerves ducts and veins and vessels. Body piercing is a regulated profession (licensing and health inspection to ensure public safety) and body piercers (good ones) have spent years learning about these structures and how to work around and with them. Dimple piercings are experimental and very risky, a clear danger exists of doing permanent deep tissue and organ damage. So consider that before you pose your request to any one, then be sure you are talking so someone who really does know what they are doing. More over be prepared to suffer the consequences of your request when it comes to getting questionable piercings. What you see on You Tube is not necessarily factual nor is it a permanent piercing that the client has no trouble with, generally far from the truth.
you cant "make" dimples, its something that is genetic. you can getit professionally done but it'll cost. But there are ways toenhance a dip in your cheeks, either put a bottle cap in the sideof your cheek and make suction, or just smile and laugh a lot.
Between 300 and 420. A Titleist Pro V 1, arguably the best ball on the market has 392 and the Pro V 1 x has 332. It varies between manufacturers.
this works : you get a lid of a bottle coke or 7up a lid like that you made need a adult to help you open it and put it inside you check and don't swallow it and there you go check it on utube as well :)
Dimple piercings don't magically create dimples. People only get dimple-like scars after removing cheek piercings. Keep in mind that they are scars and that they may not form dimples, they can be unpredictable. They might even heal flush with the skin
Its possible that scars from cheek piercings will appear to be dimples. So, yes. However, cheek/dimple piercings can be a hassle to heal and aren't guaranteed to form dimples. Some just form scars. There isn't a way to be sure that they'll form ideal dimples. Its risky.
Dimple is cute, if you have both on your cheek, that mean you're double CUTE, Adorable person
In a way you are because you have a little dent in your check. Tome its the cutes deformity ever! ************************************************* No, you are not deformed if you have cheek dimples.
For the most part, this is a complementary piercing, and most men who are into body piercing find this attractive on a woman, but that is not to say that all women who get this piercing are really suited for it. My best advice would be to go to your preferred tattoo shop and ask the piercer if he or she thinks that you are capable of pulling off that particular piercing. Generally, an honest question deserves an honest answer, so the piercer on staff will let you know.
Dimples are cute because they make a person look endearing and creates a character rather than the normal average looking face. Most people would love to have a dimple. A dimple on both cheeks is more common than a dimple on only one cheek. The rarest dimple to have is one found on the left cheek only.
For better grip - According to the Spalding website: " There are 122 pebbles per square inch on a Spalding basketball which is equivalent to approximately 35,000 pebbles. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_dimples_on_a_basketball#ixzz1XJ8pVQUE Dimpled golf balls fly farther than non-dimpled balls due to the combination of two effects of lift and drag.
You are either born with it, or your like me. I was sleeping one day and accidentally fell off the bed and hit the corner of the table and my left cheek area bruised. It later became a permanent dimple exactly where they naturally occur. . or the better answer strethen your cheek musles you sould sing 2hours a week for two months and you sould see results with in two weeks and if not try the two hours all at the same time
You can get a q-tip or something with a round end. Then you put the round end on your cheek(anywhere you want) then u just twist it in circles multiple times. You can do it daily to get better results( get a deeper dimple)
Okay what I do is I take a bottle cap from a bottle. Then put it in your mouth, (The bottle cap should be facing the opposite side cheek) push in out of cheek and in cheek. Then there you go.
It is neither good or bad to have dimples. Some find dimples to be attractive while others do not feel one way or another about them. There is a good chance that if a baby has dimples, they will outgrow them as they get older.
Most modern ones have 300-450 dimples, but the amount can fall short or exceed those values
Yes. Dimples are dominant. If you have one or two dimples, you have the dominant trait, and your genotype is D-, meaning that we don't know whether you are homozygous dominant or heterozygous for the trait. If you don't have dimples, your genotype is dd, which is homozygous recessive.
At a piercing studio/shop. Dimple piercings are notoriously tricky to heal so make sure that your piercer has experience doing cheek/dimple piercings. You can look for shops in your area using the Association of Professional Piercers' website. I'll add the link for you :)
You can either poke your cheeks where you want the dimples for fiveminutes while smile every day or you can pinch your cheeks withyour thumb and index. You press your index in while you smile for 1min every day. You can do either one of these for a week and thenyou'll get b eautiful, natural, cute dimples .
I guess you asking how much an nba player makes If your talking kobe bryant he makes 25 million even bench players who playe 10 minutes a game make a million its a good life.
583 at most. However, there is an unconfirmed report of a Pakistani baby supposedly with 584 dimples. Standby for confirmation, if the baby has indeed passed the universally accepted dimple threshold, quantum physics may have to be rewritten, this will be more momentous than neutrinos passing the speed of light.
While the president is known for having a very photogenic smile, he does not seem to have dimples.
Golf balls were dimpled as the dimples was found to cause the golfballs to go further and be more accurate than undimpled golf balls.
One interesting feature of Janet's face was the dimple on her left cheek when she grinned. The shopping cart made a small dimple ding in the door of the car.