What do you do when the same answer applies to 2 different questions? Does that mean the questions are dupes even if they don't look like it?
In my opinion, duplicate answers shouldn't be merged. To give an extreme example, would you merge two answers that both said "Yes," though the questions were different? It would be slightly different in a usual case, but it would be something like this:
Two answers to two different questions both have this wording:
The halachah is that every Jew is valid to slaughter animals.
However, the first question is, "Can a non-Jew slaughter animals?" And the second is, "Can someone slaughter an animal without being ordained?" On the first question, the answer emphasizes "Every Jew;" and on the second, it emphasizes "Every Jew."
So in my opinion, two answers should be left on two different questions if it's possible to expand on them to answer the question: In my example, in the first case, you could expand on it "...and therefore a non-Jew can't;" in the second, "...and therefore you don't require ordination to slaughter."