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Deriving the integrated rate law from the differential rate law is more useful to us because we can plot ln[A] (and the natural logs of any other reactants present) against time and figure out the overall order of a reaction. As we discussed today, if the graph is linear, you know you are dealing with a first-order reaction.
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