Conclusion: All of our measurements are very skewed because they are not exact measurements. Our answer would vary significantly if we used a ruler and figured out exact measurements for the room and the tennis ball. We were surprised when we found that **1,334,459 tennis balls** would fit in the room.

## Likewise, how many tennis ball do you need to balance the scale?

The scale should be a simple balance, and the objective is to find the “odd” ball AND determine if it is heavy or light. The answer is **three**.

So, when we divide 1.6 cubic inches by 2.5 cubic inches we get 660,000 balls. Since a school bus is not empty and has some space occupied by the engine and seats, it is best that we round off this figure to **500,000**.

## In this manner, how many tennis balls can you fit into a limousine 1000 10000 100000?

About **125,000 tennis balls** should fit into a limo.

## How many balls does it take to fill a 16×16 ft room?

(There is a little space in the box left because the ball is round / does not fit it completely.) Given each wall is 16 feet or 192 inches, 192 inches / 1.5 inches = **128 cubes** fit if we place them next to each other.

## How many tennis balls can you fit in a 747?

688,705 tennis balls

## Do tennis balls have different weights?

Tennis balls must measure from 2.57 to 2.70 inches in diameter and weigh **between 1.975 and 2.095 ounces**, leaving a bit of wiggle room for differences. … The difference in balls dictates racket tension, but also style of play. Taylor says the heaviest ball on tour is the Slazenger, used at Wimbledon since the early 1900s.

## How many ping pong balls can you fit in a Boeing 747?

22,870,000 ping pong balls