Q: What is the density of a golfball?

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Surface area of a sphere (the golfball) = 4*pi*radius2 square cm

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Density

Density = mass/volumeMass = (density) x (volume)Volume = mass/density

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Surface area of a sphere (the golfball) = 4*pi*radius2 square cm

This has got to do with weight and density. A ping pong ball is extreemely light. A golf ball is heavy. If the golfball sinks, that mean that Water of the same volume weigh less. IE the golfball is heavier than water. Regards.

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Because of its weight and density, it's clear that the air-filled tennis ball cannot be thrown anywhere near the distance of a baseball. This is even more so in modern day baseball which is super-hard, and designed that way, some people say to allow for more home runs.

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