Given a tank with definite height and radius and the flow of water available to fill the tank. Determine whether the tank will overflow or not in a given amount of time.
Note: The flow of water will be available in volume per minute.
--r=5-- ---------- ^ | | | | | | | | h = 10 | | | ---------- ^ rate_of_flow = 10 Input : given_time = 10.0 Output : Underflow Input : given_time = 100.0 Output : Overflow
Volume of a cylindrical tank is (22/7) * radius * radius * height. First, find out the amount of time required to completely fill the tank then compare it with the given time. If the given time is greater than required time, it will result in an overflow condition. If the given time is less than the required time then it will result in an underflow condition otherwise the tank is filled.
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