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Which is correct, in each number, or on each number or for each number? I need to ask questions mentioning that each number has a different instruction.

Any help that includes sentence examples will be so appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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    Hi, Miranda. It is actually not our responsibility to supply sentence examples, but yours. If you could supply one or more context sentences, we might be better able to help you. – Jake Regier Aug 18 '15 at 17:55
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Context is king, all of your phrases can be grammatically correct:

In each number from twelve to ninety-nine, the letter "t" appears at least once.

When playing hopscotch, you start the game by jumping on each number in numerical order.

For each number which contains a 3 or is divisible by 3, say "Fizz" instead of the number.

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It sounds like this is what you're getting at:

For each number, there will be a different set of instructions.

But Jake is right, to get the best help, please write some example sentences to show us your needs.

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