Air PressureTrick brain teasers appear difficult at first, but they have a trick that makes them really easy.
Let's say, hypothetically, that a basketball is twice the size of a volleyball. And, a volleyball is three times the size of a baseball. So, if a basketball has 12 pounds of air pressure, how much air pressure will a baseball have?
AnswerA baseball doesn't need any air pressure. It has cork and rubber in the middle.
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Posted by HABS2933 on Oct 03, 2012|
Haha, I fell or it, failed to notice the category.
Posted by babyjuice on Oct 04, 2012|
Oh ace are you concerned with the pressure in a baseball? I'm not... I just want to know if it will move when I throw it.
It won't. I suck at throwing
JK. Loved it
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Posted by jcchen1229 on Oct 15, 2012|
The answer is 2 pounds of pressure (2*3=6)
Posted by abbylee123 on Oct 19, 2012|
that one got me confused!!!!!!
Posted by yangjun on Dec 13, 2012|
This is fun
Found the answer right from the start.
Posted by Quocalimar on Jan 19, 2013|
Atlast my love of cutting things open has payed off.
Posted by extremeblueness on Aug 25, 2013|
The answer is one atmosphere (1 atm), to balance out the pressure from the outside.
Posted by zembobo on Aug 28, 2013|
Extreme, if there is a balance between the outside and the inside then there is no pressure.
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