It would depend on what you bounce them on and what material the bouncy ball is made of. Most surfaces and materials would mean the bouncy ball goes higher, but a few could result in the Golf ball being better.
It all depends on what surface it bounces on.Either the ball or the surface changes shape. A rubber ball changes it's shape, but a marble changes the shape of the surface it bounces on. And if the change is only temporary, it snaps back to it's original shape, and the ball bounces.But some energy is lost in the process, and the ball bounces lower each time.Generally a hard surface will make a hard ball bounce higher, since they hardly change shape, and they keep more of their energy. So on an ideal surface a marble would bounce higher than a rubber ball, as long as it doesn't break.Check out liquid metal: http://www.liquidmetal.com/media/ball_bounce_DSL.wmvSkrommel
Light bounces off of the ball and into your eyes.
Its a fat foot ball tennis ball my balls bounce the highest
A bouncy ball is a small ball that is made soley of rubber and bounces. There are only 7 Bouncy Ball Breeds Reconized by the BBA (Bouncy Ball Association) Jet Ball is a video game.
It bounces off (is reflected) by the surface of the basketball. If some of the reflected light reaches your retina then you will see the ball.
a bouncey ball
If properly inflated, a basketball.
If you were bouncing them both, a basketball would bounce higher.
small bouncy balls will bounce higher
a normail bouncy ball, maybe a basketball
it depends how hard the ball hits the ground a basketball would deffinetly bounce higher than a tennis ball
It depends how much air is in it.
rubber bounces farther
A golf ball would bounce higher than a basket ball.
A little, to the extent that a smaller (lighter) ball is fighting the pull of gravity less as it bounces upward, so it may get a little higher. But the height the ball bounces is much more dependent upon the resiliency - the "springiness" - of the rubber or rubber compound the ball is made from.
I think Wilson is for sure, it bounces alot higher when it is welly pumped. I think you should get a Wilson ball for sure.
It all depends on how much air there is inside, where you bounce it, and how you bounce it. Well if there were same amount of air, bounced on the same surface and with the same power, a rubber ball would bounce higher. But that doesn't mean a rubber basketball is simply better. People certainly would choose a leather basketball, because it looks better and has a better quality, and can last longer if played indoors. If you were looking for which is better, I would say that's totally upto you, whether you play indoors (a leather ball would be heaps better), or outdoors (a rubber ball is much better in this case). But if you were looking for which bounced higher, it is definitely rubber. This is because a rubber cover is harder than a leath covering. When something is harder, this allows to put more pressure when the ball hits the floor. This causes the ball to bounce higher.