Yes. If the surface is soft the Basketball will not bounce as high, but if the surface is like a gym floor the basketball will bounce extrememly well. Also you have into consideration the force of friction. The more friction the surface can produce the slower the ball will go.
Different surfaces will absorb different amounts of the balls energy
It must be ready and get concluding of gravitational of it.and made a completey wool
Natural grass tends to give the ball a slightly slower, softer bounce. Artificial turf allows the ball to mvoe faster and bounce a littler harder.
Soft surfaces (like a pillow) absorb the kinetic energy of the ball due to their plasticity. This makes the ball bounce less. Hard surfaces (like wood, stone) absorb very little energy from the ball due to their rigidity and hence the ball bounces more.
The differences are mostly due to surface friction.
The ball is stop by soft surfaces,therefore it won't bounce as much.
Yes. the harder surface absrbs less of the balls energy, therefore the bal wil bounce higher.
Temperature does not affect the bounce of a rubber ball. Let's say you bounce a rubber ball on the grass. The result will be different then bouncing a rubber ball on a concrete surface. The result is different because you are using a solid, hard surface to bounce the ball with. But the temperature will not affect the bounce of a rubber ball. you can test it out for youself.
There are several variables in this problem. Different balls have different degrees of elasticity. And then there are different kinds of surfaces on which balls can bounce. A ball does not bounce the same way on a grass lawn that it does on a concrete floor. Also the description "high in the air" is not precise. Different heights can produce different numbers of bounces.
temperature does affect the bounce of a ball!
That will scatter.
it depends if they use different types of wood because different wood means different dencity ,and a more solid foundation for the ball to bounce higher
The height you drop the ball from will affect the bounce height this is because as the drop height increases so does the bounce height it is all to do with energy transfers. Also the waste energy is the sound and heat energy hope this helps.
Sounds seems to echo in an empty room because the sound has only six surfaces to bounce off of. When the sound waves bounce, they bounce right back to the source. However, when there is furniture, pictures, and other objects placed in a room, those surfaces contain just about every different angle, and when sound hits them, they bounce every but back to the source, hence, little to no echo.
eggs don't bounce so, no
When air is heated the particles become excited and move and bounce off of surfaces causes pressure on it's container.
the higher the grass the higher the bounce.
In general, it will rebound a bit less than the height from which it fell originally.
Because they are almost weightless and they are hard, which allows them to bounce back up off of other hard surfaces.
The softer surfaces take up more of the balls energy than is released into a hard surface.
Rough surfaces cause much more friction than smooth surfaces which drag the ball down alittle then what smooth surfaces do.