... of the preceding bounce gives the coefficient of restitution for the ball/surface
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Almost everybody, at some point in their lives, has bounced a rubber ball against
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However, if your are interested in the physics behind how balls bounce, the
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The bounce of a tennis ball greatly affects the way in which the receiver can
return it. Much as the spin plays a large role in the trajectory of a ball, it also