6.2: A Modeling Example: Counting Ping Pong Balls
Suppose you have a cylinder of height \begin{align*}h\end{align*}
A lower bound for this problem is found as follows. Define the following variables:

\begin{align*}N_L\end{align*}
NL− Lower bound on the number of balls that fit into the cylinder. 
\begin{align*}V_{cyl}\end{align*}
Vcyl− The volume of the cylinder. 
\begin{align*}V_{cube}\end{align*}
Vcube− The volume of a cube that encloses a single ball.
\begin{align*}V_{cyl} & = h\pi(\tfrac{b}{2})^2 \\
V_{cube} & = d^3\end{align*}
The lower bound \begin{align*}N_L\end{align*}
\begin{align*}N_L = \tfrac{V_{cyl}}{V_{cube}}\end{align*}
Exercise 11
You are given the following values:

\begin{align*}d = 1.54\;\mathrm{in}\end{align*}
d=1.54in 
\begin{align*}b = 8\;\mathrm{in}\end{align*}
b=8in 
\begin{align*}h = 14 \;\mathrm{in}\end{align*}
h=14in
Type commands at the command line prompt to compute \begin{align*}N_L\end{align*}
Exercise 12
Create an mfile to solve Exercise 11.
To complicate your problem, suppose that you have not been given values for \begin{align*}d\end{align*}
One way to automate the computation of \begin{align*}N_L\end{align*}
Exercise 13
Add a for loop to your mfile from Exercise 12 to compute \begin{align*}N_L\end{align*}
Exercise 14
Modify your mfile from Exercise 13 to plot \begin{align*}N_L\end{align*}
Exercise 15
Modify your mfile from Exercise 13 to compute \begin{align*}N_L\end{align*}