temperature does affect the bounce of a ball!
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.
Probably because if its windy and you try to bounce the ball it will blow away.
it makes it not bounce as high
Yes because if it's too hot the ball would melt and not bounce.
Yes. If it is colder the ball will bounce less than when it is warmer.
When the ball is hot, the molecules move faster and they act as a spring causing the ball to bounce higher.
The colder the ball the less bounce. The warmer the ball the more bouncy it is.
When the ball is at a low temperature, the molecules are not flexible and bounce only to a small height. On the other hand, if the ball is warm or at a higher temperature, it will bounce longer heights.
Temperature does affect the bounce of a ball. I know this because I did an expiremnt on the exact same question. The hotter the temperature is, the more pressure builds up inside a ball and the more bouncier it will be. The colder it is, pressure decreaces making it bounce lower than what the ball bounced at room temperature. In conclusion, the ball bounces higher when it is warmer and it bounces lower when it is colder.
Yeah, so temperature simply affect the bounce. That's just the way it is Answer: the temperature of the ground affects how solid the ground is. If you compare bouncing a ball on cement (frozen ground-great bounce!) to bouncing it on sand (mud-no bounce) or a padded rug (grass-like-some bounce) you can understand how this works.
Because the temprature is responsible for the pressure inside the ball.