## linear plots

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Sarah Blake-2I
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### linear plots

Will we be expected to know how to plot first order and second order reactions or do we just need to be able to recognize what plot indicates a first or second order reaction?

Jasmine Fendi 1D
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### Re: linear plots

I think we have to know the axes and what axes would make a linear plot. And probably know the general shape of each graph too.

MaggieHan1L
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### Re: linear plots

I think he could give us a question with a plot and ask us what order the reaction is.

Dina Marchenko 2J
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### Re: linear plots

Yea I think the important part is knowing what to label the axes for each order. Beyond that just draw a linear function; I don't think we'd be expected to use data and graph it specifically.

Simon Dionson 4I
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### Re: linear plots

I think we should be able to determine the rate law based off of what the axes are labeled and what gives us a linear line or not.

Shrayes Raman
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### Re: linear plots

Know how the first order second and zero order plots look like and how they relate the [a] and time

Jesse H 2L
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### Re: linear plots

know the axis and the orientation of the plot

005206171
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### Re: linear plots

He’s asked for the plots of different orders before but with the online final you might just need to able to recognize them

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