the higher the grass the higher the bounce.
The height you drop the ball from will affect the bounce height this is because as the drop height increases so does the bounce height it is all to do with energy transfers. Also the waste energy is the sound and heat energy hope this helps.
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.
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.
The amount of energy given to the ball by gravity is directly proportional to its height of dropping. Typically, a ball will bounce to a certain percentage of its drop-height. So (within limits) higher drop-height means higher bounce.
a ball can never bounce over the height from which it was bounced unless u aplly a force. The factors that affect the bounce of a dropped ball include the height from which it is dropped; the force applied to it, if any, when dropped; the acceleration of gravity, which is different depending upon what planet you're one; the elasticity of the ball; the density of the atmosphere, which affects "air resistance"; and the rigidity and elasticity of the surface on which the ball bounces. weight also affect the bounce height.
the potential energy gets changed into kinetic energy so when it hits the ground it will bounce back up.
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.
Gravity, air resistance, the material of the ball, and the height from which it was dropped initially.
because a small ball has more density
temperature does affect the bounce of a ball!
It all depends on the height the ball has been dropped and the weight of the ball.
its weight aslo effects the bounce its weight aslo effects the bounce
Yes it does. The higher the ball, the higher the bounce
Natural grass tends to give the ball a slightly slower, softer bounce. Artificial turf allows the ball to mvoe faster and bounce a littler harder.
Cold air is more dense which is making the ball bounce higher, warm air is less dense which is making the ball bounce less higher.
The more air the rubber gets stronger and then bounces higher.
Yes , it does You could even try it yourself for proof. Bounce something on grass then on pavement, you will see a difference in how the softer the lower.
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.
Maybe. Maybe not. Suppose you start by telling us what you mean by "the bounce of a ball".
not as far as you know is not a good answer because it does not explain. the mud will make the tennis ball heavier and denser if it has water in it the ball heavy wont go far for its bounce.
Both balls can bounce on grass. don't believe me. try it on your own
Yes because of the balls energy, potential that turns into kinetic that makes a ball bounce.
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.
They higher the point at which it's dropped the higher it will bounce.
it's usually half of each bounce i believe.