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Conflicting accusative case declensions

Wikipedia article is correct, Russian for Dummies gives a simplification (which still works for the majority of nouns if you accept that -я is -ya so either [-'a] or [-ja], meaning -ь and -й are also ...
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Conflicting accusative case declensions

They're not conflicting, they're saying the same thing in different ways. "Add -а" is equivalent to saying "identical to the genitive". "No change" is equivalent to ...
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What case do numbers take in constructions where they are preceded by "на"?

We use the prepositions в and на with the Accusative case when we mean “to go somewhere” and with the Prepositional case to answer the question "where?" (not "where to").
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Can someone help explain case declension

First declensions consists mostly of feminine nouns as well as masculine nouns that end in a or я. Examples of these words are мама (mom), девочка (girl), папа (dad) and дядя (uncle). Second ...
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Can someone help explain case declension

Case declension is easier if you know the noun genders. No way around memorizing noun genders. Once you know the noun gender, everything else, relative pronouns, adjective, pronouns, prepositions, ...
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