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I want to describe a situation like this: There are two students. One of them has to walk 1 km to school, the other the same. Should I say:

Each student has the same distance to school.

or

Each student is the same distance to school.

or

Each student is at the same distance to school.

or

Each student is of the same distance to school.

Or do you have a better way of saying this?

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do you have a better way of saying this?

Here are some examples:

Each student is the same distance from (the) school.

Each student has to walk the same distance to (the) school.

Anyway, the choice of prepositions like "of" or "at" is not always obvious.

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