Solution) In Maxwell’s equations, Ampère’s law (with Maxwell’s correction) is

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We can write this equation as

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where is the current (the electric displacement current). And is change of electric fields with respect to the time (rate of change of the electric flux).

If we assume that , and the current flows through a surface S, then we can clearly see that the electric displacement current through S is proportional to the rate of change of the electric flux through S.

Therefore, the answer is (E).

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Another (and better) solution)

The definition of electric displacement current is

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If you know this definition, the problem would be solved more easily.