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I think it is fine. My suggestion would be that you edit your current answer and indicate on top that it covers errata for chapters 1-9, say. On top of your new answer, you could indicate that it covers errata for chapters 10-blah, and that you are posting it as a separate answer to increase ease of search (and maybe also mention how the large size was making it difficult to edit the file efficiently). You can then repeat the process if this second answer ends up ballooning in size as well.
It seems a bit spammy, and it might mess with search results. I would suggest just posting one long answer with all the topics at once. You can include a separate section below, if you have content in the book that is relevant to each chapter.
We fixed it so that ampers don't autocomplete when More is on. I've got a question about ampers too; would there be any reason why ampers are not listed in the typical MathJax filters? I'd like to be able to see them before I post a question. d2c66b5586