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Does a ball roll faster in the dirt as it does in the grass?

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2007-09-04 19:48:49
2007-09-04 19:48:49

The answer is: Of course not! I would imagine it depends on the particular dirt and the particular grass though.

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Dirt, because it has lesser resistance than grass

in short, there is less resistance to motion on packed dirt that in grass. The ball comes in contact with more matter as it moves over grass than it does when it roles over packed dirt.

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that would be cement... its smoother

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Concrete due to grass causing more friction on the ball, in addition, the longer the grass, the slower the ball moves.

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