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I found this question:

http://math.stackexchange.com/q/261769/19341Power Series Expansion

which migrated from Meta to Main. OP seemed to be eager for an answer and couldn't wait until the migration took place, so he posted this one:

http://math.stackexchange.com/q/261741/19341Simple Power Series Expansion for Problems similar to $f = (1 + \epsilon \,x)^{1/\epsilon}$

Since they are identical, they seem good candidates for merging them (I flagged one). But which accepted answer will be accepted after merging?

I found this question:

http://math.stackexchange.com/q/261769/19341

which migrated from Meta to Main. OP seemed to be eager for an answer and couldn't wait until the migration took place, so he posted this one:

http://math.stackexchange.com/q/261741/19341

Since they are identical, they seem good candidates for merging them (I flagged one). But which accepted answer will be accepted after merging?

I found this question:

Power Series Expansion

which migrated from Meta to Main. OP seemed to be eager for an answer and couldn't wait until the migration took place, so he posted this one:

Simple Power Series Expansion for Problems similar to $f = (1 + \epsilon \,x)^{1/\epsilon}$

Since they are identical, they seem good candidates for merging them (I flagged one). But which accepted answer will be accepted after merging?

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Merging two identical questions with accepted answers

I found this question:

http://math.stackexchange.com/q/261769/19341

which migrated from Meta to Main. OP seemed to be eager for an answer and couldn't wait until the migration took place, so he posted this one:

http://math.stackexchange.com/q/261741/19341

Since they are identical, they seem good candidates for merging them (I flagged one). But which accepted answer will be accepted after merging?