The University of California, Davis, (UC Davis) has a very good page on titration curves / titrations. There’s also some calculations at the end that employ the useful ICE method – which will be extremely similar to the methods you used for quantitative (mathematical) discussion of Kc and Kp.
Please note, your syllabus says
” calculate the quantities present at equilibrium, given appropriate data (such calculations will not require the solving of quadratic equations) “
so don’t worry about the “complicated” cases where quadratics come up, but hey, we do maths yes? we’ve seen this at SPM/iGCSE etc. It shouldn’t be ‘difficult’ for us, plus there’s no harm in applying our maths techniques to the real world physical sciences.o
Here’s the website:
And here’s some videos demonstrating use of the ICE method.
pH of a Weak Acid (0.1 M Acetic Acid) EXAMPLE – chemistNATE
Find the pH of a Buffer Solution – chemistNATE