The following question (let's call it A) Unequal sample size one way ANOVA has an accepted, upvoted answer. It is also marked as a duplicate of the newer question (B) Unequal Sample Sizes One-Way ANOVA. B has 2 lower-quality answers, both with net negative scores.
This seems amiss. I'd like to flag a third question as a duplicate, and it makes more sense to point to A, given the quality of the answer. Rather than having a chain of duplicates, is there a better solution here?
Swapping the direction of duplication (if this were possible) may not be suitable since B has multiple parts to it, not all of which are addressed in A (or any existing answer in B, for that matter).