If a ball is simply dropped, each time a ball bounces, it's height decreases in what appears to be an exponential rate.
Let's suppose that the ball is thrown horizontally instead of being simply dropped. How does the horizontal distance travelled change after each bounce?
Context behind question: I read a question involving a ball that travels horizontally 1m during the first bounce, 0.5m during the second bounce, 0.25 during the third bounce etc. I was wondering if this model is physically valid?