Correct Answer - Option 2 : 0.02 F

__CONCEPT__:

The capacitance of a capacitor (C): The capacity of a capacitor to store the electric charge is called capacitance.

The capacitance of a conductor is the ratio of charge (Q) to it by a rise in its potential (V).

C = Q/V ---(1)

The unit of capacitance is the farad, (symbol F ).

**Calculation:**

Given:

Q = 0.1 C, V = 5.0 V

From equation (1);

\(C=\frac{0.1}{5}\)

C = 0.02 F