A glass ball will bounce higher than a rubber one.
The more air the rubber gets stronger and then bounces higher.
A higher temperature will excite the molecules in the ball. It then becomes slightly bigger and thus will bounce higher. A lower temp. does the opposite.
Rubber will bounce higher than plastic because the rubber has more elastic qualities. A rubber ball will give a little when it hits the floor and a plastic ball will not.
A rubber ball bounces depending on how high its dropped from and what type of surface it hits.
kinetic and potential energy.
if a rubber ball is heated up it causes the molecules' energy to increase. as a result it exerts more pressure which causes it to bounce higher. heat also make the rubber a little softer so it will give the rubber ball a higher bounce.
because they are made to bounce
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Explanation: When all three balls are dropped from the same height, the rubber ball will bounce the highest because it has the greatest elasticity. When the rubber ball hits the ground it gets compressed, or squished, and because it is very elastic, it quickly returns to its original shape.
A rubber basketball will bounce higher than a leather basketball of equal internal pressure. The leather covering adds additional weight and is less flexible.
It will bounce on cement because cement is hard and solid and grass is soft
some balls are made of different materials, like one may be made of rubber and one may be made of plastic, if you drop them from the same heght and measure how high they each bounced, the rubber ball is gonna bounce higher. Also it can have to do with the size of the ball, ir you have two rubber balls, one 8 cm. in diameter and one 16 cm. in diameter and you drop them from the same height the bigger one is going to bounce higher. Hope i helped :-)
latex in the material causes rubber to bounce
it is scientifically proven that a ball of glass bounces higher than a ball of rubber. No cause the glass would break if you drop it to high and the rubber one would not ! It depends on wether or not your counting the height the shards fly up.
A ball of glass will bounce higher than a ball of rubber. A ball of solid steel will bounce higher than one made entirely of glass. It is a common misconception
it has more elasticity and potential energy
the fourth hit will be approx 1.4 metres
If you mean bounce as like a rubber ball bounces, the answer is no. An AA battery will behave exactly the same if dropped regardless if it's fully charged or completely empty.
No, the glass ball would probably break. And the rubber ball allows for an elastic collision.
If by bounce you mean like a rubber ball bounces: The bounce, or not is determined by the mechanical properties of the battery, and these doesn't change with the battery being charged or not. Dead, or fully charged, a battery will behave just the same when dropped.