I need to write a program to calculate time it takes (in increments of 10 seconds) to drain a tank of radius 2ft and height3ft

I have to use a function to get full credit

I am having major trouble, can anyone help?

See next reply which gives the problem...Code:#include <iostream> #include <cstdlib> #include <cmath> using namespace std; //Project 3 - Draining a Tank //Name function for calculating volume lost float calcVolLost(int height); int main (void) { const double pi=3.14159; float volume, VolumeLost, VelocityJet, DiaJet; int time=0, height=3, RadiusTank=2; //set flags for formatting cout.setf(ios::left); cout.setf(ios::adjustfield); cout.setf(ios::showpoint); cout.setf(ios::fixed); cout.precision(3); cout <<"Time"<<"Height of Fluid"<<"Velocity of Jet"<<"Diameter of Jet"<<endl; //Subtract volume lost and calculate new height while (height <=0){ float calcVolLost(int height); volume=volume-VolumeLost; height=height-(volume/(pi*RadiusTank*RadiusTank)); cout<<time<<height<<VelocityJet<<DiaJet<<endl; } return EXIT_SUCCESS; } //function for calculating volume lost float calcVolLost(int height) { i nt time; const double pi=3.14159; float c=0.95, float AreaJet, float DiaJet,float VelocityJet, float VolumeLost, float RadiusJet=0.1667; AreaJet=pi*RadiusJet*RadiusJet; VelocityJet=sqrt(2*32.2*height); VolumeLost=10*VelocityJet*c*AreaJet; time=time+10; return VolumeLost; }