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I would say so for the most part. The hardest part is discerning whether it is a first, second, or zeroth order reaction. Don't count on just knowing the basic equations for the final though, I would make sure you are well versed in the reaction graphs (section 7B) and how to analyze them.
It's also important to know the relationship between whichever manipulation of the initial concentration of a reactant to time is. That relationship will tell you the order of the reaction. From there, the equations are pretty standard. I think the hardest part to figuring out which order the reaction actually is.
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