Can anybody help me by explaining the difference betwen the usage 'good at' and 'good in'

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Good at + activity

e.g.: She is good at swimming/ teaching/ listening/ solving problems etc.

Good in + location or field of study

e.g.: He is good in bed.

       He is good in defence (position of asoccer player).

       He is amazingly good in (the subject of) analysis.

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