# How do I get the molarity of solution 1 given volume 1, molarity 2, and volume 2? [closed]

For example:

What is the molarity of a $\ce{NaOH}$ solution if $25\rm~mL$ of the solution is exactly neutralized by $44\rm~mL$ of $0.32\rm~M~HCl$?

I know that the abstract function is

$$\text{Given Volume of Known Molarity} \times \text{Molarity Factor} \times \text{Mole Ratio} \times \text{Per Volume Factor} \times \text{Conversion Factor Per Liter}$$

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• @ A.J what are your workings out so far? The policy on this site is to not straight out answer homework questions without going through the OP's workings out first – Technetium Feb 11 '16 at 7:21