1. In a chemical reaction , it is observed that the (i) rate of formation of 'P' is doubled on doubling the concentration of 'X'. (ii) rate of formation of 'P' is quadrupled on doubling the concentration of 'Y'. (iii) doubling the concentration of 'Z' does not affect the rate of formation of 'P'. What is the order of the above chemical reaction?





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