9 inches in diameter, 7.5-8.5 pounds/inch of pressure, about 14.5 pounds, full grain leather
There is no single size. Even the NBA "standard", size 9, has a radius between 12.05 and 12.50 cm.
The average radius for a basketball is around 4 (4.5) inches.
The inside should be about 20% larger than the radius of the basketball style. Simply calculate the radius of the basketball and multiply times 1.2 to get the ideal radius of the rim. So it will be 6.2 or 6 in.
1 quarter of a basketball ring
The radius of a standard rim on a basketball net is 22.5cm, making the diameter 45cm.
The diameter of a basketball is about Nine Inches.
The radius is 12.1 cm.
The Circumfrence is 28.5
A men's basketball has a radius of 19.3cm (7.5in) and a circumference of 76cm (30in).
The inside radius of a basketball goal/hoop is 9 inches.
If the basketball is regarded as a perfect sphere then the formula for the volume (V) is V = 4/3πr3 where r is the radius. If the radius is 5 inches then V = 4/3π53 = 500/3π = 523.60 cubic inches (2dp)
yes, the ball is a sphere with a diameter and a radius-which is geometry
The radius of a full adult size NBA baseball is 4.7 inches.
11.4 inches diameter and the radius was 17
lol, 9 inches. 18" is the diameter, so...
They are all circles. The vertical and horizontal have the same radius as the ball while the angled cross section has a smaller radius.
use this formula 2πr (2 x 3.14 x radius)
The diameter of the rim is 45 cm so the radius stands at 22.5 cm.
The volume formula is: 4/3 times pi times radius cubed
Diameter = 2 x Radius Circumference = π x Diameter= π x (2 x Radius) 28.5 = π x 2R 28.5 / π = 2R 28.5/3.14159 = 2R = 9.0718 OR 9.1 Radius = 9.1/2 = 4.5 inches.
You find the circumference of a hoop by measuing the daimeter or the radius and then use the formulas. C=pie x radius squared(to the second power) C=pie x diameter
find the volume of the basketball using the formula 4/3 * phi * radius3since the volume of the mercury inside the basketball equals the volume of the basketball, find the weight by calculang density (13.6) * the basketball's volumemake sure you do the calculations in the correct measurement
chuck Norris's head times 2 divided by four plus the sqare root of chuck Norris
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