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there are about 720 dots going around the Basketball. We Will say there are 720 "dot units". This is the circumference. To find the diameter of the basketball in dot units, divide 720 by pie(3.14). Divide this by 2 for the radius (Circ = 2*pie*r). Now we must find the area for the basketball expressed in dot units. Area of a circle is pie*r^2. This gives us 41,274. This is just an estimate and is probably off by at least a couple thousand. ---- there are about 760 kristins on a basketball According to the Spalding website, (http://www.spalding.com/contact/contact.html#Q6), there are 122 pebbles per square inch on a Spalding basketball which makes approximately 35,000 pebbles total.

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Usually between 300-500.

There is no set number, manufacturers claim that they have the optimum number and arrangement of the dots.

Titleist ProV1 (a market leader) has 394

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by dots im guessing you mean dimples, and it varries on the ball, the size and the Type

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i believe its 2 but i could be wrong on that one dont quote me..

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17,246 dots are on 1 NCAA Basketball and on an NBA Ball there are 22,847

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It depends on the manufacturer, style of the ball, size (if it's standard size or not)...

Why don't you start counting!? ;)

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on a basket ball, there are about 2, 958

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count em pal...count em

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100,000

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