By default the static routes pointing to next hop ip address have AD as 1 and static routes pointing to exit interface has AD as 0 but it is not mandatory that you define AD with all static routes.
If you want to define some AD other than default one then it is called as floating static routes. Its optional and depends on your requirement and network needs.
By default static routes are preferred over any routing protocols because all routing protocols have higher admin distance but if you want that your routing protocol should be preferred first and then static routes you can define a static route with higher admin distance then your routing protocol.
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