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What is another name for Kepler's first law? A. law of periods B. law of ellipses C. law of universal gravitation D. law of equal areas in equal times
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User: What is another name for Kepler's first law? A. law of periods B. law of ellipses C. law of universal gravitation D. law of equal areas in equal times

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B. Law of ellipses is another name for Kepler's first law.

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