(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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The molecule is polar because of the lone pair and trigonal pyramidal molecular geometry. The dipole moments are not cancelled out because there is not one countering the two on the top, where there is the lone pair. In general if the structure is not linear and has a lone pair, it is going to be polar.
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