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## How do you make a homemade bouncy ball?

Optional: Disposable rubber gloves.

- In a cup mix the warm water and the borax.
- In another cup mix the glue, cornstarch, and food coloring.
- Pour the glue mixture into the water-borax cup.
- The glue mixture will harden after 10 seconds; use a fork to take it out of the water.
- Roll the mixture in your hands to make a ball.

**What ingredient makes a bouncy ball bounce?**

When the glue mixture was added to the borax, the borax acted as a cross-linker, hooking the glue’s molecules together to form the rubbery bouncy ball. The cornstarch was added to help bind the molecules together so the ball would hold its shape. The ball can bounce because of the cross-linked polymers.

### How do you make a bouncy ball with 3 ingredients?

To make these glitter bouncy balls, you need only three ingredients:

- 1/2 cup warm water.
- 1 tbsp Borax powder.
- Elmer’s glitter glue (I have heard that not all brands of glue will give the same results)

**Which ball will bounce the highest?**

rubber bouncy ball

#### Does a ball of glass bounce higher than rubber?

When you drop a ball on a surface, it compresses and squashes slightly, before snapping back to its original shape. In addition, a solid glass ball will also bounce higher than a rubber ball, but then the trick is finding a surface hard enough to make the ball bounce, but not hard enough to break it!

**Do heavier balls bounce higher?**

Both balls will fall at a similar speed, but because kinetic energy is proportional to the mass of the object, the heavy ball reaches Earth with more energy. It will not necessarily rebound higher, as it also needs more kinetic energy to reach a specific height again.

## Why does a tennis ball bounce high?

When a tennis ball hits the ground, the ground exerts a force on the ball, pressing upward and pushing the bottom of the ball inward. As the gas molecules expand, their energy increases and they bounce around faster inside the ball. That’s why higher pressure leads to a higher bounce of the ball.

**Where does the lost energy go when a ball bounces?**

As the ball falls, that energy is converted to kinetic energy. When the ball collides with the floor, some of this kinetic energy is transferred to the floor and converted to thermal energy (friction) and elastic potential energy (ball deformation.)

### What force causes a ball to bounce?

gravity

**Why does a ball eventually stop bouncing?**

If you drop the basketball, the force of gravity pulls it down, and as the ball falls, its potential energy is converted to kinetic energy. This is because the basketball had an inelastic collision with the ground. After a few bounces, it stops bouncing completely.

#### How many times does a ball bounce?

In an idealized situation with a fixed coefficient of restitution between 0 and 1, a ball bounces an infinite number of times in a finite amount of time and travels a finite abount of total distance, with the frequency of bounces approaching infinity as the time approaches the limit of time based on the initial …

**Is a ball bouncing Newton’s third law?**

Yes, hitting a ball to the floor is an example of Newton’s third law of motion because the force exerted by the ball when hitted on the floor is equal and opposite in the direction to the force exerted by a floor on the ball.

## How do you calculate ball bounce?

200 represents the initial height, and (2, 111) represents the second height after the first bounce at 111 cm. We now know that this ball has a 55.5% rebound ratio. We can fill in a table or calculate the height of the ball after each further bounce….Student Exploration.

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**Which is the action and reaction force in a ball bouncing on the floor?**

The push the ball receives from the floor causes it to rebound, meaning it bounces up. The moving ball again has kinetic energy. This is an example of Newton’s Third Law of Motion: Action/Reaction.

### How does Newton’s third law apply to a bouncing ball?

The force that the ball exerts on the ground is equal to and in the opposite direction as the force of the ground on the ball. The ball that bounces back not only must be stopped, but must also be projected back up. The ground exerts more force on the ball that bounces than the ball that stops.

**When a ball hit a wall Newton’s third law is at work the ball bounces off the wall because?**

When a ball is thrown onto a wall, the ball exerts a force onto the wall. According to Newton’s Third Law, the wall will exert an equal and opposite force to the ball.

#### What are the forces that act on the ball?

The forces are the weight, drag, and lift. Lift and drag are actually two components of a single aerodynamic force acting on the ball. Drag acts in a direction opposite to the motion, and lift acts perpendicular to the motion.

**Is kicking a ball push or pull?**

A pull is a force to move something towards us. Kicking a ball is a push since the ball moves away from us.

## What happens when you push the ball?

Answer: In flight, the ball rotates about the center of gravity. Newton’s laws of motion describe the translation of the center of gravity. As the ball moves through the air, the air resists the motion of the ball and the resistance force is called drag.

**What are the forces acting on the ball from before it is kicked until it stops moving?**

The moment the ball leaves the foot, it stops accelerating, and from this point forward only two forces are exerted upon it: the friction with the air, which slows the ball’s motion, and gravity, which pulls it down.

### Why does a ball moving on the ground comes to rest?

Friction. A ball rolling along the ground gradually slows down and finally comes to rest. It is the force of friction between the surface of the ball and the ground that brings the moving ball to rest.

**What happens when a bat hits a ball?**

When the bat hits the ball, the ball goes flying. A lot happens in that split second, as energy is transferred from the player to the bat, and then to the ball.

#### What is the force acting between bat and ball called?

thrust

**Which force is being applied by the boy is hitting a ball with a bat?**

gravitational force

## Do baseballs go faster after being hit?

This is indeed always greater than the speed of the bat. For example, if you hit the ball from a tee, so v=0, then the baseball ends up going precisely twice as fast as the bat. This can also be understood from a force perspective.

**How long does it take a 100 mph fastball to reach the plate?**

roughly 375-400 milliseconds

### How hard is it to throw 90 mph?

If you are going to have the ability to throw a 90 mph fastball which is 60% of the fastballs thrown in Major League Baseball then you must have the ability to at least move more weight than you weigh. This means the athlete can produce power that can push about 150% of his own body weight or more.

**How long does it take a 95 mph fastball to reach home plate?**

about 0.425 seconds