This is College Physics Answers with Shaun Dychko. We're identifying the capacitance needed to get a time constant of one times ten to the three seconds with a 0.1 Ohm resistor. And the time constant is resistance times capacitance so divide both sides by <i>R</i> and we get <i>C</i> as tau over <i>R</i>. So that's one times ten to the three seconds divided by 0.1 Ohms which is 10 Kilo Farads or ten times to the three Farads. And such a large capacitor is unrealistically large and would not be reasonable to expect such a large time constant of ten to the three seconds given such a small resistance of only 0.1 Ohms.