A super capacitor is to be designed to store the amount of energy that is stored in a typical size C nickel cadmium rechargeable battery. Use (but justify) any reasonable assumptions to calculate the energy that can be stored in the rechargeable battery. a. Determine the required capacitance value, assuming the capacitor can be charged to 5 volts. b. Determine the required capacitance value, assuming the capacitor can be charge to 100 volts. I know that U = .5CV, and we are given V. For a size C nickel cadmium battery, is the potential the same? I'm not sure how to tackle the problem.