Gravity

# How does gravity affect basketball?

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###### 2009-01-09 00:06:14

Gravity brings the Basketball towards Earth.

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Gravity affects the bounce of a basketball because if there is gravity, the basketball will come back down after it bounces. But if there is no gravity, the basketball will bounce and travel indefinitely upwards and never come back down until a gravitational force pulls the basketball towards it.

Everything the basketball does after it leaves the hand is the result of the forces acting on it and its velocity achieved from the hands launching it. The force that acts on the basketball is the force of gravity.

Well, obviously kinematics, gravity, and velocity affect basketball. Especially when you're shooting the ball.

If you were observing the ball from the outside (of the ball) the center of gravity is in the middle of the basketball.

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Because when you have the ball and dribbling it, your going againts the law of gravity. It also affects because what ever goes up must come down...

Gravity does not affect distance, gravity has nothing to do with distance. However, the effect of gravity decreases with increase in separation.

Does mars' gravity affect other objects. yes it does but the gravity is 38% of the earths gravity and if doesn't affect objects then it will have no moon.

Gravity is a function of mass and distance. So, no air pressure does not affect gravity.

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No, Earth's gravity would not affect Pluto. However, the suns gravity does.

The law doesn't affect gravity; it describes it.

skateboarding does not affect gravity gravity affects skateboarding. Many defying gravity move is just a trick earn from hard practice.

The greater the mass, the stronger the gravity, but the distance does not affect the amount of gravity.

yes it does but the gravity is 38% of the earths gravity and if doesn't affect objects then it will have no moon

It doesn't work like that. Gravity affects MASSES.

yes!.... it will affect a soccer ball when it falls because if the gravity affects you, it will affect a ball.

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