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Inside a perfect conductor

1)the electric potential is zero throughout, even at the surfaces.
2)the electric field is zero throughout, even at the surfaces.
3)the electric potential is constant throughout, even at the surfaces.
4)none of the above is correct.
I have no idea??

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    The voltage across a perfect conductor
    is zero. So i select choice #1.

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