The gravity is the same regardless of flooring type. The bouncyness of the floor depends on the floor material and this is what affects how high the ball will bounce. For example, carpet will absorb energy and ball will not bounce as high as on concrete or a sprung wood floor, which do not take a lot of energy from the bounce. If it touches pie, it explodes. Thus, causing a nuclear explosion in the earths core.
the air pressure is different where if the gravity substances were to change it will be normal
yes it does
Depending on the greater or less the mass is gravity's affect on the object is not applicable as gravity is a never ending motion which does nothing but keep objects intact on planets.
yes! different basketballs affect your shoot because of the texture,brand,and how much air the ball has.sometimes it has to do witht the weather like if it rains or snows then the rim will be wet or frozen.
Gravity does affect weight on different planets. This is because the gravitational "pull" at the planet's surfaceis usually different for each planet.On Earth you may weigh say80 lbs, while on Jupiter youwould weigh about200 lbs.
Yes. That's why there are women & men's basketballs.
Gravity does not affect distance, gravity has nothing to do with distance. However, the effect of gravity decreases with increase in separation.
gravity pushes and pulls so it keeps it straight! answered by a 5th grader
gravity is something that can affect the planets.
Gravity is a function of mass and distance. So, no air pressure does not affect gravity.
Does gravity affect a person's height and why?
The higher the height the bigger the radius will be, due to 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
No, Earth's gravity would not affect Pluto. However, the suns gravity does.
skateboarding does not affect gravity gravity affects skateboarding. Many defying gravity move is just a trick earn from hard practice.
Gravity affects weight, it does not affect mass.
The law doesn't affect gravity; it describes it.
The greater the mass, the stronger the gravity, but the distance does not affect the amount of gravity.
gravity affects everything.
No, density is not affected by gravity. Density is the ratio of an object's mass to its volume. Neither mass or volume is affected by gravity, so gravity does not affect density.
Inertia does not affect gravity, these are two entirely separate things, even though they both are produced by the same thing, which is mass. Mass creates both inertia and gravity, but inertia and gravity do not affect each other.
Your body position is easier at about the head, not to high for your arms, not to low.
yes!.... it will affect a soccer ball when it falls because if the gravity affects you, it will affect a ball.