I've known about MSE for a while, but I only just recently got involved in MSE properly. One of the daily things I do here on this site is make edits to new posts (often by new users) to add $\LaTeX$ formatting, since its easy and makes posts more intelligible and look better, which helps them get answered or be more useful answers.
The problem I've run into is that I make a suggested edit, and then the author makes a small edit discarding my work e.g. https://math.stackexchange.com/review/suggested-edits/409481 (I hope that is the correct link).
So the question I'm asking is what should I do in this case. Is there a way to integrate the edits and resuggest? (sort of like git's merge tool)
Additionally, since this would seem to be a fairly routine and necessary task on this site, why is the editing rep barrier so high? Although I'm not necessarily suggesting it should be lower, I'm just curious what the reasoning is, since editing to fix formatting would seem to be a very important activity that wouldn't see so much of a parallel on the other SE sites.
Also if I've tagged this post incorrectly, I apologize, this is my first time asking a question on Meta.