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Do you mean the rate of a reaction is independent of the concentration of the reactant? If so, just look at the table and see if that specific reactant concentration is changed ( for example it is doubled), then you check the rate of the reaction. If the rate of the reaction did not change due to the change in that reactant concentration, then that reactant is zeroth order.
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