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'There isn’t a day that goes by in which I’m not trying to solve a problem.'

Question: How do you use 'in which' here?
Are there any similar examples for the usage of 'in which'?

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    How about, The car in which she was travelling. The country in which I was born. The principles in which I believe etc.
    – WS2
    Jan 8 '17 at 10:35
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    The forum in which you are asking this question may severely reprimand you. You must clearly mention the context in which you intend to use our services.
    – Monzoor
    Jan 8 '17 at 11:17
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If you talk about time we usually use (when) and (when) = in/on/ at which

  • Friday is the day on which (when) we get up late.

  • The place in which (where) I met her is far from here.

And talking about the place too Where = in/at/on/to which

In which is not necessary. Like '' In which'' in this context

The way in which you do that,however,can be very difficult from situation to situation

The way you do that,however,can be very difficult from situation to situation.