A few days ago I flagged this answer as
Not An Answer (NAA) where the user actually says that "I just observed this numerically and wondered why".
That is, the user attempts to answer a 1-year-old post using a mathematical claim that is unproven (to the user).
I flagged it for deletion since I believe it is better make a new question (which is literally what the "answer" post is about) and link to the original post. This seems to me to be the proper course even for the sake of providing new content to the old post.
My flag turned out to be disputed.
A negligence on my part was that back then I didn't leave a comment (as seen now) explaining the reason why I flagged it as NAA.
I understand that the decision making process differ a lot among reviewers, and NAA is not the easiest for people to agree on.
Having said that, I'm wondering
Are there formal other ways for me to "nominate" the post to be considered for deletion essentially for this same rationale? (I cannot flag it again for the same reason)
If it just so happens that someone else flags this answer for the same reason (NAA) and the new flag goes through undisputed, would it change my flagging record?