183.0 millimeters = 0.6 feet. (7.2 inches)
Yes, in the sense that different materials can result in a ball with a different density and weight. For example, the core of a baseball is typically composed of either rubber or cork. Since rubber is denser than cork, balls made with a rubber core will weigh more than balls made with a cork core. If you were to compare the distance travelled by a ball when hit by a bat, the lighter cork-core ball will travel further than a heavier rubber-core ball (assuming, of course, that all other factors are equal, including the force that the ball was hit with and air drag).
43 grams of powdered sugar will fill about 1/3 of a 1-cup container.
It has gillrot. You can buy a bottle of medicine at the pet store to solve this problem. You just need to put a few drops in the water every so often. Follow the instructions on the back of the bottle.
it could also be bloat