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A Basketball will bounce more on concrete because it is a flatter surface then carpet and grass

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No,of course not, the friction between the basketball and the grass would make the ball bounce less.

Both balls can bounce on grass. don't believe me. try it on your own

A basket ball would bounce more on concrete depending on how flat the surface if not maybe tile

carpets store more energy to the ball because it is under a hard floor. The floor is still their. on grass even thought is in the ground their is another layer which is the dirt. n the grass stores less energy.

Grass or clay (but some courts are also made of asphalt)Answer:There are a variety of tennis court surfaces. The most common are grass, clay, and concrete with acrylic surfacing.grass, clay, hard (made of asphalt), wood, rubber, and carpet (mainly for indoor use)grass- more speedclay- more bouncehard- more used by populationcarpet- less bounceno rubber and woodAnswer:The most common tennis court surfaces are grass, clay, and hard (concrete). Hard surfaces are usually surfaces with additional material such as an acrylic coating for better play.

I can give you several sentences.The ball will bounce higher if you drop it onto the concrete instead of the grass.Kittens bounce around chasing string.If you don't have enough money in the bank, your check will bounce.

tennis- grass at Wimbledon, hard court at U.S. Open, carpet at Australian Open, and clay at the French Open. (Four Grand Slams)

the higher the grass the higher the bounce.

Carpet grass is not a flowering plant. Carpet grass is a type of grass that grows in the southern states with little or no maintenance.

The most common are Grass, Clay, and Concrete. There are also indoor courts made of wood, carpet, or rubber.

To put it simply: YES. "Field" hockey is played on everything; artificial turfs, grass, dirt, concrete, indoor courts, carpet; you name it, it has been done.

Tennis is played on a rectangular, flat surface, usually grass, clay, a hardcourt of concrete and/or asphalt and occasionally carpet (indoor).

It will bounce on cement because cement is hard and solid and grass is soft

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.

Because the concrete will have a more steady plane surface for the pogo stick to bounce higher. Bouncing on grass will make you not jump as high up.

The noun carpet is a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for a heavy fabric used as a floor covering; a surface or layer resembling or suggesting a carpet; a word for a thing. Examples: We bought a new carpet for the living room. Her yard was a carpet of green grass that resembled velvet.

In comparison, a ball will bounce higher on asphalt than grass. The reason is that asphalt is provides a flat and stiffer surface than grass.

yes soccer balls do bounce of course the bounce higher on tile or comcreate then grass though

what i used to do is practice in grass or carpet right before u do it on conrete to get ur confidence up. then, move to a sidewalk that has grass on both sides. so when u fall, ull probly land in the grass..

Concrete. Grass will have more friction, and will slow down the ball.

No because grass do not have flower seeds

I am assuming you are talking about tennis. On a grass surface, the ball will bounce fast. On clay courts, the ball will bounce slower than on grass. On a hard court, the speed of the ball bounce will be in between clay and grass.

'cause it matters how much force you use and if the ball was meant for the terrain or concrete

A ball will roll faster on carpet than grass or dirt because there are NO rocks or anything.

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