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To find the electrical susceptibility ((chi_e)) of a material, you can use the relationship between the material’s dielectric constant ((epsilon_r)) and its susceptibility. This relationship is given by the equation:

[

epsilon_r = 1 + chi_e

]

Given that the dielectric constant ((epsilon_r)) is 2.26, you can rearrange the equation to solve for electrical susceptibility ((chi_e)):

[

chi_e = epsilon_r – 1

]

Substitute the given value:

[

chi_e = 2.26 – 1 = 1.26

]

Therefore, the susceptibility of the material is 1.26.

Answer: a

Explanation: Electric susceptibility is the measure of ability of the material to get

polarised. It is given by, χe = εr – 1.Thus we get 1.26.