The flow rate Q in m^3/s in an open channel of circular cross-section shown in the figure below is given by Q = 2^3/2 D^5/2_c squareroot g (theta – 0.5 sin (2 theta))^3/2/8 squareroot sin theta (1 – cos theta)^5/2 where g = 9.8 m/s^2 is the gravitational constant and D_c is given by D_c = d/2 (1 – cos theta) Note that the units for theta in these equations is radians. Create at least one function handle for this equation, which has two input, diameter d and angle theta. Use the function handles to compute flow rate Q, and print the table shown above. Note that in the table, theta is in degrees.