Dielectric constant of the material filling the gap, Physics

a) How much charge should be placed on it to raise its potential to 10,000 V.

b)  A parallel plate capacitor having plate area 100 cm2 and separation 1.0 mm holds a charge of .12 µC when connected to a 120 V battery. determine the dielectric constant of the material filling the gap.

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