A charged capacitor of capacity $$30 \mu F$$ is discharged through a resistance $$R$$. The ratio of electrostatic field energy stored in the capacitor to the rate of decay of a radioactive sample of mean life time $$14.43$$ second is constant with time.The value of resistance $$R$$ is:

A

$$96.2 \,k\Omega$$

B

$$91.0 \,k\Omega$$

C

$$9.10 \,k\Omega$$

D

$$46.1 \,k\Omega$$

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Correct option is A. $$96.2 \,k\Omega$$

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