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# An ideal electric dipole is kept at centre of spherical Gaussian surface, thenElectric field everywhere on the surface is zeroElectric flux everywhere though the surface is zeroNet electric flux through the surface is zeroAll of these

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Electric flux everywhere though the surface is zero
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All of these
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Net electric flux through the surface is zero
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Electric field everywhere on the surface is zero
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