Use of to and of
Is it more correct to use to or of: The solution to/of the equation is 5.
"To" usually indicates some sort of movement. (He went to the store.).
"Of" indicates the source or cause. (He is a friend of the family.).
"For" indicates a sort of belonging. (I bought a chair for my desk.).
I would use "for" in your sentence.
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