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Suppose a person is having problems with a math problem. He posts a question to Math Stack Exchange and the answer he gets enables him to proceed with the problem. He likes the answer he received so he accepted the answer.

After completing the problem, he has the wrong answer. Is it okay to post a second question asking why his answer is wrong? It seems to me, it should be. That is, the second question should not be marked as a duplicate.

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    $\begingroup$ If the answer is wrong, first to comment and tell the answerer about it? So that they could fix. Alternatively, maybe it's not wrong, looks like it's wrong but it's not. When you comment, they can explain and so everything good:) $\endgroup$ – Bellatrix May 9 at 20:10

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