The degree of induced magnetism is directly proportional to the strength of the inducing magnet being used, and inversely proportional to the distance between the inducing magnet and the magnetic material.
Now let's check the following example
When a piece of iron is brought near one end of a magnet, the nearer end of the piece acquires the opposite polarity. Since unlike poles attract each other, therefore the iron piece is attracted towards the end of the magnet. So the piece of iron first becomes a magnet and then it is attracted.
Because of the above facts, we can say that induction always precedes the attraction?