Asked • 03/15/19

Prerequisite for vs. "prerequisite to"?

When is it appropriate to use "prerequisite for" instead of "prerequisite to"? Does it depend on context, or is it a matter of style?I googled the two phrases and found 4.5 million hits for "prerequisite for" and 3 million for "prerequisite to".

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