Hey everyone, I'm new to this site and I figured this would be the best place to ask this question. We've been using maple to solve two specific problems on the time it would take two tanks to drain. One being cylindrical, and the other conical. They have the same height, the same volume, and the same circular hole at the bottom at the bottom for water to drain out of tank. We found the cylindrical tank drained faster than the conical tank by using Torricelli's law. So my question is this, based on the shape of these two tanks, why is it that cylindrical tank drains faster?