Asked in Science
Why is a basketball not constructed as a mass structure?
A basketball is not a mass structure because it is not made up of piled up materials. For instance, a brick wall is a mass structure. A basketball is actually a shell structure. ...
Asked in Basketball
Which has more mass an inflated basketball or a deflated basketball?
an inflated because it takes up more room than a deflated one It depends on how you define the basketball. If you define it as just the rubber, then the mass does not change when it is inflated. If you consider the air inside the ball to be part of the ball then adding more air adds more mass. Mass is "stuff". Air has mass because air is stuff. ...
Asked in Basketball, Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
The mass of a basketball is 620g the mass of a soocer ball is 0.45kg how much greater is the mass of a basketball in grams?
17 grams Haha so funny! I am doing math right now and that is the same exact question I am on! Weird... ...
Asked in Science, Basketball
Does a full basketball weigh the same as a flat basketball?
No, because the full basketball includes the mass of the air, unless you don't include the air, then they are the same. ...
An athlete sitting in a wheelchair at rest throws a basketball forward since the athlete and the wheelchair have greater mass than the basketball has the athlete and the wheelchair will?
move backward at a lower speed than the basketball moves forward
Asked in Basketball
Will the mass of a basketball affect the dribble or shoot of a basketball?
Of course not! The only thing that will affect the dribble or shot projection of the ball is based on how well you are able to handle the ball. ...
Asked in Sports
How does a basketball game affect muscle mass and strength?
u use your feet muscle when you jump and run, and actually you get taller playing basketball because you stretch when you shoot. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
What is the metric unit appropriate for measuring the mass of a basketball?
grams A basketball weighs about 600 grams. You could say 0.6 kg but it is easier to understand if you don't need decimals. ...