Problem: Define the end point of a titration. a. It is a synonym for equivalence point. b. It is the point at which the pH no longer changes. c. It is when a change that indicates equivalence is observed in the analyte solution.

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Define the end point of a titration. 

a. It is a synonym for equivalence point. 

b. It is the point at which the pH no longer changes. 

c. It is when a change that indicates equivalence is observed in the analyte solution.

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