You said he showed you how to determine the equivalence point from the graph!
So, now, go look at the graph I posted. From how he showed you how to graphically determine the equivalence, on the graph I posted, what would you call the equivalence point!!!!!!!! I have asked it 5,000 times now. I do not know how else to ask it! The graph I posted is not exactly your graph! Just, on the graph I posted, if you were to determine the equivalence point graphically as your teacher told you, where would it be?
It is not that complicated, I am just trying to find out if you know where the equivalence point on the graph I posted is, and if that corresponds to the real equivalence point; and thus if your "equivalence" point in your experiment is the equivalence point, or something else!!