Not to any appreciable extent. Bounce is caused by the elasticity of the material comprising the ball and the surface on which it is bounced.
For example, on concrete a Basketball will bounce higher than a Baseball, but a Golf ball--How high it bounces depends on how much force you exert on it. If you only let it drop, it will not bounce higher that the point you dropped it from and every time it bounces, it will go less and less high. anyway, the bigger the ball, the more force you will have to exert on it to make it bounce higher than the point it was dropped, or "bounced" from.
Yes if the ball is bigger it weighs more and the more weight the ball has the higher it will bounce but the height its dropped from also has to do with the how high it bounces Yes if the ball is bigger it weighs more and the more weight the ball has the higher it will bounce but the height its dropped from also has to do with the how high it bounces
The size of a soccer ball does not affect how high it bounces because gravity pulls down a ball at the same, no matter what size it is.
As long as they have the same density and mass, size will not affect it
Does the size of the ball determine how high the ball will bounce? I need the answer for a science project.
I don't believe so. Think of a basketball and a super ball. (I know, this is for example) Both of them bounce super high, and a baseball doesn't bounce. I think it depends on the air inside of it and not the size. Basketballs have air, super balls too, footballs bounce a little also.
yes size effect the speed of a ball.
If it is hollow yes it does. The smaller the hallow ball the less air fits into it making it bounce less well. Except of course if the materials are different in which case it is possible the smaller ball would be more bouncy. The bouncier it is the more bounces you would get without it rolling.
A little, to the extent that a smaller (lighter) ball is fighting the pull of gravity less as it bounces upward, so it may get a little higher. But the height the ball bounces is much more dependent upon the resiliency - the "springiness" - of the rubber or rubber compound the ball is made from.
golf balls because there heavier in weight adnd because there smaller in size
The bigger the ball, the farther it travels.