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There are diploe moments present with C and H so nothing is ignored. However, in molecules such as methane (CH4), the symmetrical tetrahedral shape has each of these dipole vectors canceling out, making the whole molecule nonpolar. These dipole moments are still in play though when considering the molecule and are not ignored.
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