Questions about choosing between the prepositions "to" and "for".

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So+That or For+To

So+That and For+To have the same usage? For example: I bought this sweater so (that) you can wear it. I bought this sweater for you to wear it. Is there any difference between both ...
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precondition + for / of / to - what's the difference?

This is my first post ever on this valuable forum! I'm at a loss, since I'm supposed correct students' exams, and I started doubting the grammar book's normatively exclusive use of the combination ...
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Application of sth. to or for?

What is the correct phrase: a) "I am interested in the application of method A to the economic analysis of the data." b) "I am interested in the application of method A for the economic analysis of ...