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Non polar molecules can have dipoles if they are symmetrical. For example, CO2 has a linear shape. The dipoles on each end of the molecule point towards the center atom (C), thus canceling each other out and making the molecule non polar. You can refer to pages 117-119 in the textbook for assistance.
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