it's usually half of each bounce i believe.
After bouncing 7 times the answer is 196.26feet.
Answer: 66 Meters. Just had that same problem on a math mates worksheet.
Historically, when the ball get's wet with any liquid, it will drop and dribble 2 or 3 times and then stay on the ground. The highest it will probably bounce is about half a foot.
All balls will bounce based on the surface you bounce it on. Even a bowling ball will bounce at least a centimeter or half a centimeter even though it is hard to determine whether it is getting off the ground or not. Of course it wont bounce if you bounce it on something soft and break through, but it will bounce on a hard cement floor. It will bounce because it will have potential energy weighing it down and if the floor is harder than the ball, the ball will move off like opposite sides of a magnet. but only for a while until our gravity pulls it down and stops it. Hope that helped.
check if it bounces, if not its flat! hope I helped second answer: If you put pressure on it with your feet or fingers, the ball should give in a little, but not much. Another way you can test it is if you raise the ball to your head, then drop it on firm grass, the ball should bounce back up around half your height.
it can go 3 feet. 10 feet if its a full ounce.
When they exceed the ball at the feet of the opposing players of the other team.
Attacking. Whenever the ball is at the feet of a midfielder or forward, on the attacking half of the pitch.
An onside kick by the New Orleans Saints was made to Start the second half of Super Bowl XLIV. The Saint retrieved the ball.
The ball is fed in to the "tunnel" by the scum half. It is the job of the loosehead prop (who is on the same side as the scrumhalf putting the ball in) will step forward on the attacking push . Their left foot is employed to stop the ball being pushed back out of the scum. The hooker (no 2) is employed to "hook" the ball with their feet (no hands are allowed in a scrum to touch the ball else is penalty is awarded against the offender) The ball having been hooked is in effect back heeled to the feet of the second row who then will move it with their feet to those of the number 8. This is the ideal scenario. However, it is not unusual for the feet of all the Front Row to be employed in retrieving the ball and for the flankers to channel back to the number 8. The back rows job is to protect the ball and the scrum half and allow the effective delivery to the half backs
There are 5,280 feet in a mile, so half a mile is half that, or 2,640 feet.
there are seven and a half feet in two and a half yards.
5,280 feet in a mile, 2,640 feet in a half mile so there are 7,920 feet in a mile and a half
A yard is three feet, so half a yard would be one and a half feet.
One half yard equals one and one half feet because there are three feet in one yard, so half of three feet is one and one half feet.
Passing a ball is simple especially when you are first starting it is crucial to pass with your dominant foot. You simply use the top half of the ball on the inside of your foot to your teammate's feet, hopefully fast.
Golf ball. The longest home runs by MLB players are about 500 feet. That's about 170 yards, which is about half as far as the longest drives by professional golfers.
one and a half feet