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Questions tagged [merging]

Questions that have been closed as duplicates may sometimes be merged by moderators. One question is retained as a stub while all answers appear on the other.

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Merging different questions

Yesterday the moderator Alex Gruber decided to merge this question Example of integral domain with infinitely ascending chain of ideals. which explicitly asks for an example of a non-noetherian ring ...
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Integrating a question migrated from MO with answers here at MSE?

I recently asked a long soft question, involving a reference request, both here and on MO, about the traditional presentation of the change of variables formula for multiple integrals in advanced ...
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Are Questions Actually Being Merged?

One of the more powerful moderation tools on the SE network is question merging. It enables the merging of a question and its answers. There are many cases in which this is useful: the questions are ...
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Thread - Request Mergers of Very Similar Questions

Would something perennial like Requests for Reopen & Undeletion Votes, etc. (volume 10/2012 - 12/2014) help? Example: ♦ $\sqrt{x}$$\sqrt{x}$ = $x$ but $\sqrt{x^2}$ = $|x|$. Why?, ♦ What's ...
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Merging two identical questions with accepted answers

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 ...
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When, and how, to suggest merging of questions?

Background Just today, we had the following situation: Proving by induction that $n^{n+1} > (n+1)^n$ for $n \ge 3$ Prove by induction that for all $n \geq 3$: $n^{n+1} > (n+1)^n$ Usually, I ...