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The universal law of gravity states that all objects attract all other objects. Why is this considered a universal law? A. Gravity is a principle that is in effect at all times. B. The universe has many objects in it that have gravity. C. Laws are universal if they describe large objects. D. Laws are universal if they are in effect some of the time.

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