It is excellent example of newton's third law of motion
Every action has an equal and opposite reaction (the law is relative and doesnot suite for heavy masses and very less masses)
I think you are thinking squash.
Right before it is thrown or right when it bounces
probobly the tennis ball because it is lighter
Tomato is being thrown at a person, but it hits the wall behind him in the Breaking the Habit music video.
Too keep the person sitting in the seat from being thrown forward if the vehicle should come to a sudden stop. Being thrown against the belt is much less dangerous than being thrown into the windshield or out of the car.
It's a rubbery ball that bounces up when thrown, with force, down on a hard, supportable surface. Much like a basketball.
a game in which jackstones are thrown and picked up in various groups between bounces of a small rubber ball
You just answered your own question. If it was thrown out and don't count against you, then obviously it don't count against you.
A baseball can
A golf ball is heavier and has better aerodynamic qualities, therefore it could be thrown further than a tennis ball, which is too light.
the furthest anyone has ever thrown a tennis ball is 17 miles by daniel hannavitch in 1978