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For the following rate law rate = k[A] x determine the value of x if
the rate doubles when [A] is doubled.
the rate quadruples when [A] is doubled.
rate = R
R = k [A]x
k [A]x → k can be ignored for the calculation since it is constant and will not change
R = [A]x → assuming: rate and A = 1