Is the phrase “the ease at which / the ease by which …” correct

1) ** Is it correct to follow “ease” with “at which” such as in “The **ease at which you can carry this bag depends on the angle you hold it from”

2) Does anyone have a good source recommendation for the rules of using different nouns with along with the word “which”?

Answer

ease at which is used fairly frequently in AmE as found here in Lloyd’s Penny Weekly Miscellany of Romance and General Interest – 1843 google book

The perfect ease at which Sir Skiffington evidently felt himself …

and

“The ease at which you can carry this bag depends on … “

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