None. If it is fully inflated it will be full of air so there would be no room for any water.
Math is not very important in coaching football. You have to know how many yards are needed for a first down, but the score board usually tells you that, as well as the down, how much time is left and the score. However, this does not mean that math is not important to a football coach. A football coach is also a human being and has to live in the world when he not out on the football field. He has to make financial decisions for example.
I can hold 20 liters of water.
300 grams of water is 300 ml , or 10.582 ounces
How much water is on earth? 1,338,000,000,000,000,000,000 Litres (approx.)
Quite ALOT of water! About 1 Liter to be fully hydrated at the end of a football game, and 100ML after 35minutes of playing football.
A properly inflated grid iron football holds 13 psi of air.
The same as a tire that has not been inflated.
The dollar has inflated around 300% since the year 1900. In another hundred years, it will just end up inflating much more.
Pretty much. Fully evolved it turn into dual type, water/ground.
Money hasn't typically inflated. The thing that has inflated or grown is the price of items. Bread used to be able to be bought for 5 cents a loaf, now it's over a dollar.
2 top Celtic fans currently watching Celtic win the Scottish Cup final think probably about 400 pounds although if it was auctioned for charity then this could be inflated to a much higer price!
The ball should be inflated to a pressure of 0.6 - 1.1 atmosphere (600 - 1100 g/cm2) at sea level. This is equivalent to a range from 8.5 psi to 15.6 psi.
Yeah. It's called water poisoning. It happened to s football player a few years ago
About 1825 Liters for each year
How much air in football