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.
It is an example of inertia.
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.
A rolling Bowling Ball
the bowling ball because it has more mass; momentum is mass times velocity
Rolling in the isles
A bowling ball rolling straight down the alley. The best example of velocity without acceleration would be a spaceship that is drifting in free space with no huge gravitating bodies[planets or stars nearby]. On earth or even on a very smooth bowling alley table there is always some frictional force that is contributing a corresponding deceleration however small. A bowling ball set in motion has acceleration during the initial push to get it moving. A skydiver who has opened his parachute, reached terminal velocity, and is now drifting down at constant speed, has velocity and no acceleration.
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momentum = mass x velocity 16 = 8 x velocity velocity = 2 m/s
p = mvwhere p is the momentum, m is the mass and v is the velocity.
Rolling rolling your pitcher going bowling x2
From the information provided it is impossible to answer the question. You require the velocity or speed of the ball and that is not measured in milliseconds - which a measure of time!
"Rolling in the isles"