I have a sentence like:

We run the three programs __ the same day:

Choices are:

1) at

2) in

3) on

Which one is correct? You can suggest another better choice if any.

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    Which do you think is correct? Have you googled the options? – Ronald Sole Sep 20 '19 at 22:57

The problem with prepositions is that they follow few rules, and what rules they do follow are riddled with exceptions.

What is idiomatic in U.S. English is

We run the three programs on the same day


We run the three programs the same day.

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