What Affects the Bounce Height of a Ball?

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The bounce height of a ball is affected by a number of factors. Some of these factors are the size and shape of the ball, the material the ball is made of and the weight of the ball. Moreover, the surface on which the ball bounces on also affects its bounce height.
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