A sports shop would probably sell basketballs - especially the larger sports supermarkets.
No... that would be too easy if two basketballs could fit in one hoop!! :P If the basketballs are (alot!) smaller than normal then yes!!
I would say yes but it all depends on how much air is in the basketball in question.
That would depend on the basketballs themselves. Are we talking about standard basketballs? Are you wanting to measure youth basketballs? Actual surface area would also be affected by the inflation level of each basketball through inflation driven changes to the radii and diameter.
you can get basketballs in whatever color yu would like
Total percentage score would be 62 %
If you missed 4 questions out of 50, your total would be 46/50. Therefore, your percentage would be 92%.
The answer will depend on profits as a percentage of what! As a percentage of revenue, it would be 100*(Total Revenue - Total Costs)/Total Revenue In example (as given in discussion page) Total Revenue = 236,000 Total Costs = 173,000 Total Profit = Total Revenue - Total Costs = 63,000 So percentage profit = 100*63,000/236,000 = 26.7% (approx).
There are a lot of fouls in basketball. If there wasn't, the game would not make any sense and people would get hurt