a. At what volume of added base is the pH calculated by working an equilibrium problem based on the initial concentration and *K _{a}* of the weak acid?

b. At what volume of added base does pH = p *K _{a}*?

c. At what volume of added base is the pH calculated by working an equilibrium problem based on the concentration and *K _{b}* of the conjugate base?

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