The coefficient of restitution is how you quantify bounciness or give bounciness a number, and you do that by dividing the bounce height by the drop height, then finding the square root of that. When you have more bounces you can find more than one coefficient of restitution!
The higher the boiuncy ball is the more times if u do it with a small bouncy ball but if you do it with a big bouncy ball it will stay the same ever time u go up in height. The smaller the bouncy ball the more times it will bounce at a higher drop-height but if you try it with a big bounce ball it will still the same number of times each time you go up in inches
it is due to a number of factors such as age, height, weight or general fitness
So they can prove it was you when it bounces.
The more air pressure within a basketball, the more capable it is to bounce efficiently, rather than a basketball with little air pressure.
It depends upon a number of factors, among them being the height of the building.
Trick question. Numbers are written horizontally, so the size of the number doesn't affect it's height (line-wrapping aside). It will always be the height of your font.
It could affect your running, because taller people usually have longer legs, so they could run a further distance a smaller number of strides.
the firs number in the height
If the number to be dropped is less than 5, the number before it remains unchanged. Round the following number, so that the 4 is to be dropped. 2.6354 rounds to 2.635. If the number to be dropped is greater than 5, the number before it is rounded up. Round the following number, so that the 6 is to be dropped. 9.4046 rounds to 9.405. If the number to be dropped is 5, the number before it remains the same if it is an even number and is rounded up if it is an odd number. 2.685 rounds to 2.68 because 8 is an even number. 7.3075 rounds to 7.308 because 7 is an odd number.