It is easier to move a ping pong ball than a bowling ball because the ping pong ball has far less mass than the bowling ball. Since force = mass times acceleration, it will take far less force to accelerate (and thus move) the ping pong ball.
The one with the greatest mass has the greatest inertia. So, it will be the bowling ball.
The bowling ball because it has more mass
Golf ball is significantly larger. Golf ball sized and ping pong size are mostly used to measure hail sizes. A golf ball is bigger but not by much. Inches. 1 1/2 Ping Pong Ball Size 1 3/4 Golf Ball Size
A bowling ball since it has more mass. However, both the ping pong ball and the bowling ball are subjected to the same acceleration due to gravity, specifically 9.82 m s-2 and, neglecting air resistance, would fall at the same rate of speed.
All of them...
There isn't a huge difference, but a Golf ball would be marginally bigger. Golf ball sized and ping pong size are mostly used to measure hail sizes. A golf ball is bigger but not by much. Inches. 1 1/2 Ping Pong Ball Size 1 3/4 Golf Ball Size
It is an example of momentum (sometimes called "inertia"). Velocity x mass. The bowling ball is much, much heavier. With both rolling at the same speed, the bowling ball is harder to stop because it has much more mass.
The bowling ball is better for knocking down pins because it is larger and alson has a larger mass
This is an example of momentum, which is a product of the object's mass and its velocity. It is also harder to start a bowling ball rolling than a ping-pong ball due to inertia, which is related only to the object's mass.
i would say no