I talked to my friends who studied science, and they're not entirely sure they get it. A little help?
I'm not sure I get this either. I thought a precipitate was what is left behind if a solution hits saturation point.
Well, a solution is the combination of subtances (usually a solid into a liquid) into a homogeneous mixture. A precipitate is a solid generated out of a solution via chemical reaction. Shorthand: solution—combine; precipitation—separate out.
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