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I believe it is because you are trying to observe the instantaneous rate at the beginning of the rxn, before the product starts to go back to reactants (reverse rxn). If we tried to include products in the rate law, as in looking at the rates at a later time in the reaction, it would overcomplicate it. Therefore, the only concentrations that matter at the beginning of a rxn are the concentrations of the reactants.
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