The harder you bounce the ping pong ball the higher it goes........the softer you bounce a ping pong ball the shorter it bounces. You control the heighth.
A softer ground, such as clay, will decrease the bounce of a tennis ball, a harder ground, such as concrete, will make the ball bounce higher.
Air doesn't effect the bounce of the ball much higher air pressure the harder the ball lower pressure softer the ball temp effects it too colder soft warmer harder
Because the hard surface doesn't absorb any of the energy of the tennis ball - thus the ball bounces higher than if it was dropped on a softer surface.
A volleyball is softer than a soccer ball.
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.
Yes. the harder surface absrbs less of the balls energy, therefore the bal wil bounce higher.
Yes it does. The higher the ball, the higher the bounce
if a rubber ball is heated up it causes the molecules' energy to increase. as a result it exerts more pressure which causes it to bounce higher. heat also make the rubber a little softer so it will give the rubber ball a higher bounce.
If the ball is inflated (like a basketball or soccer ball) it will become harder as external air pressure is reduced. This will make it bounce higher. It will become softer as external air pressure is increased. It won't bounce as high then and eventually, as it becomes soft enough, it won't bounce at all. These statements assume that no air is added to or removed from the interior of the ball. I'm not sure what the effect would be on a solid rubber ball.
Yes, they are harder, and more force can be applied to make them bounce, also have bound rubber cord inside.
A glass ball will bounce higher than a rubber one.
Test is!. A tennis ball is going to bounce higher.
no, the lighter the ball, the higher the bounce.
Three things make a ball bounce higher:The force (speed) with which the ball strikes the ground - the greater the downward force (speed) when the ball strikes the ground, the higher the bounce.The coefficient of elasticity of the ball - a ball with a greater coefficient of elasticity will bounce higher than a ball with a lower coefficient. The coefficient of elasticity is dependent upon several things, including the material the ball is made of. An inflated ball (such as a basketball) will have a higher coefficient of elasticity when it is inflated to a higher internal air pressure.The stiffness and hardness of the surface the ball bounces on - the stiffer and harder the surface, the higher the ball will bounce. For example, the same ball will bounce higher on a hardwood floor than it will on a turf field.
The small ball will bounce higher because it carries less weight.
the higher the grass the higher the bounce.
tennis ball because a tennis ball is softer and that makes it lose it's bounce first
No, the warmer golf ball would bounce higher.
it will bounce higher if its hot
it get harder with more air. Deflate the ball and tell me if you can squeeze it.
A ball will bounce higher rebounding from a hard surface like tile that from a carpet.
will a basketball or a tennis ball bounce higher with more air?