on concrete because it is hard and smooth
A softer ground, such as clay, will decrease the bounce of a tennis ball, a harder ground, such as concrete, will make the ball bounce higher.
Wood, not being as hard as concrete, will deform a little when the ball hits it. This will take energy from the system and the ball will have less energy to bounce back up.
...than on carpet? Concrete is rigid so it doesn't absorb the energy from the ball.
Yes it does. The higher the ball, the higher the bounce
It depends, if you are in a rubber ball or on a trampoline. Also on a bed.
A glass ball will bounce higher than a rubber one.
Test is!. A tennis ball is going to bounce higher.
no, the lighter the ball, the higher the bounce.
Although it's difficult to be precise, it's safe to say that a ball is likely to bounce back higher from concrete than from carpet.
The small ball will bounce higher because it carries less weight.
the higher the grass the higher the bounce.
I can give you several sentences.The ball will bounce higher if you drop it onto the concrete instead of the grass.Kittens bounce around chasing string.If you don't have enough money in the bank, your check will bounce.
It will bounce, but in a very awkward and unpredictable direction because of the stubble on the concrete
No, the warmer golf ball would bounce higher.
it will bounce higher if its hot
A ball will bounce higher rebounding from a hard surface like tile that from a carpet.
will a basketball or a tennis ball bounce higher with more air?
It really depends how hard you bounce either one, but i think the tennis ball.
the ball bounce high cause of the air in the ball If there is more air pressure in the ball it will bounce higher likewise if there is less air pressure it will bounce lower. This could be done by exposing the ball in different temperatures. If the ball gets hotter it will bounce higher and if gets colder it will bounce lower.
A lacrosse ball.
yes it is corect that a ball will bounce higher with more air.true dat
Since the ball has air in it the higher it falls from the higher it will bounce. Gravity principle.