The mass of a standard tennis ball is .057 kilograms. Mass is the measurement indicating the amount of matter in an object. More »

The official diameter of a tennis ball according to the International Tennis Federation must be between 2.575 and 2.7 inches. Tennis balls are sold in cylinders containing three per package. More »

Tennis balls are made out of a hollow rubber core covered by a wool or nylon shell. In addition, the air inside the rubber core is pressurized so that the ball bounces evenly. More »

Depending on the variables given, such as force, density or weight, there are three formulas that one can use to find mass. If a weight and acceleration are given, then the formula to find mass is that the weight 'W' is ... More »

Density is the mass of an object divided by the volume of space the object takes up. This expression gives the numerical amount of mass per unit volume of the object's material. More » Math Geometry

The standard unit of measurement for mass is a gram, as designated by the International System of Units (SI). While many industries continue to measure mass in ounces, pounds and tons in the United States, metric measure... More »

An official tennis ball is between 2.575 inches and 2.7 inches in diameter as defined by the International Tennis Federation. Tennis balls also must conform to other criteria if they are to be used in regulation play. More »