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I think the difference is just that the Differential Rate Law uses derivatives, but we want to make the analysis easier/"better" so to get rid of the derivatives we integrate. So, the Differential Rate Law expresses the rate of the reaction as a function of change in concentration over time. The Integrated Rate Law expresses the rate of the reaction as a function of the initial concentration and actual concentration over time.
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