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Yeah, you just need to make sure that the concentration is the same for every other reactant than the one you're looking at. For example, in a reaction with reactants A, B, and C, if you're trying to figure out how [A] affects the rate of the reaction, you should compare two trials where [B] is the same AND [C] is the same.
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