It seems like magic, but actually it is simple. The cue ball is very slightly smaller than the rest of the balls. This makes the ball not catch in the collector because the collector is sized for the regular balls, not the cue ball. To test it yourself, feel both balls and you will discover that the cue ball is ever so slightly smaller.
In Softball you play with a big ball and on baseball you play with a smaller ball.
The white ball is slightly smaller than the rest of the balls so when it goes down a pocket it falls into a hole that the other balls roll over. This brings the white ball to the top of the table and the other balls into the dispenser. You'll see it if you lifted the slate off the table.
Muscles cells are smaller than fat cells because they are more dense. These cells are more condensed than fat cells.
Shuffle. They have no screen.
I think ping pong has a smaller ball
Ping Pong Ball / Table Tennis Golf Ball Cricket Field Hockey Lacrosse Billiards / Pool Squash Are all smaller in diameter than a baseball
Yes squash ball is between 23 to 25 grams, and golf balls can get up to 46 grams
Yes. it is smaller and it is also lighter than a golf ball
Squash was invented in Harrow school around 1830, when the pupils discovered that a punctured Rackets ball, which "squashed" on impact with the wall, produced a game with a greater variety of shots and required much more effort on the part of the players, who could not simply wait for the ball to bounce back to them as with Rackets mostley true but squash comes into it as the ball is smaller than rackets therefore the ball was squashed in size
It is a sport where you hit a rubber ball, that is slightly smaller than a tennis ball, against a wall and when it bounces back, your opponent must hit it. It would be similar to playing squash using your hand instead of a racket.
Actually the smaller ball would have more accleration because the smaller ball weighs less.....
yes because a smaller ball doesnt have that much wait to carry than a bigger ball
The sport is called Squash because when you hit the ball on a solid structure, the ball tends to "squash" on impact.