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# A dipole, with its charge $-q$ and $+q,$ located at the points $(0,-b, 0)$ and $(0, +b, 0)$ is present in a uniform electric field E. The equipotential surfaces of this field are planes parallel to the Y-Z planes.What is the direction of the electric field E?

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$p= q(2b) \hat j$
Hence A is the correct answer.
answered Jun 3, 2014 by