A bigger ball will not always roll down a hill faster than a smaller ball. It will depend upon the weight of the balls.
yes because a smaller ball doesnt have that much wait to carry than a bigger ball
If you put a ball in the sun, different colors would absorb or reflect the sun more or less. So that would heat up the air inside the ball and make it bigger or smaller. Black balls would be bigger and white ones smaller. ( NO PUN INTENDED)
That depends how hard you kick them. If you kick them normally, than a smaller ball. If you kick them really hard, the bigger soccer ball would go further because the forces take longer time to slow down a heavier item.
Well you could argue that women need a bigger ball to hit or another possibility and probably the most likely is the fact that throwing a smaller ball completely underhand would do nothing so they need a bigger ball to get more pitch movement
sometimes. if a ball was really big and heavy, it wouldn't be thrown very far. if it was small and light, it could be thrown pretty far. but if the bigger ball was filled with air, and the smaller ball was solid and metal, the bigger ball would be thrown farther than the smaller one. make sense?
It depends, in weight? A bowling ball is usually heavier. In size? If the bowling ball is smaller than average, the volleyball is bigger.
After being released, a ball thrown straight down from a bridge would have an acceleration of
they are about the same, although you can get mini pool sets with smaller balls.
a ballsack ball. (testicle.......but both of them combined.)
Slightly bigger than a volleyball and smaller than a basketball. The men's ball is a bit bigger than the women's ball and it weighs about 2.5#'s
Force is mass * acceleration. Assuming that the solid steel ball has a higher mass than a tennis ball the steel ball would have a greater force.being dropped the acceleration would be the same which is caused by gravity.Force = mass * acceleration