ARTICLES

The movements of the ball in a game of basketball are related to science, as theories of projective motion and gravity explain its movements. Also, the way a ball reacts to a player pushing it depends on properties of en...

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One potential science fair project is an experiment about how air pressure affects how high a basketball will bounce. The project will need a testable hypothesis.

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According to fitness trainer Miguel Cavazos for JillianMichaels.com, basketball is considered a full-body workout that builds muscle bulk through stabilizing movements and rapid bursts of energy and force. This skillful ...

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

Some of Sir Isaac Newton's achievements include defining the law of gravity and the three laws of motion, inventing the reflecting telescope, defining theories of light and color and inventing calculus. Newton was a phil...

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A basketball bounces because gravity acts upon the ball creating motion or kinetic energy inside it. When the ball hits the ground, the kinetic energy is dispersed to the rubber surface of the ball, making it compress, a...

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A ball rolls because some force, such as gravity, the wind or a person's foot, acts upon it, setting it into motion. It continues to roll until some other force, such as friction, gravity or a barricade of some sort, cau...

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Coordination is the ability of people to execute and control their movements, which is imperative in order to throw a ball, hit a home run, or even kick a goal. In sports, coordination must occur between the eyes, hands,...

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