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I think this is better suited for Physics SE

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@an4s I agree. I have migrated it.

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@ParamanandSingh Yikes.

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@XanderHenderson: I tried to motivate the user via comments (also gave link to mathjax turotials for new user). Let's hope they edit their question.

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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at beginning of body (43): The link below shows that problem. by Jack on math.SE

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@Peter That nonsense 'answer' needs only 1 more delete-vote.

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D1, D2, D3.
D4, D5, D6.
D7, D8, D9.
C1, C2, C3.
C4, C5, C6.
C7, C8, C9.

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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in link text in body (69): Please explain this question in an easy method by Dilip Patel on math.SE

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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in answer, repeating characters in answer (81): Physics Related Watt Question by user896583 on math.SE

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@Peter Only one more delete vote needed for each.

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@Peter Oh, jeez. That's bad enough that I'm willing to step in.
Ugh.

8:23 PM
@XanderHenderson It's weird how it remained for seven years on this site!!!
To @Peter's credit, he's done an excellent job of bringing both highly downvoted answers and questions to our attention here. Thanks for casting the third vote, @Xander.
@Xander When an answer, alone, is specifically deleted (and not due to the questions deletion), Does the answerer lose all net points gained?
@Xander Probably insignificant. He netted 26 from one upvote and an accept, but lost 12 x 2 = 24 points from downvotes. At most he gained +2 rep.

8:40 PM
@amWhy My understanding is that XP is lost only if it is not too old, eg less than 60 days, I think.

@XanderHenderson I know that's true when one answered a question later deleted. I don't know what happens when an answer, not the question, is the sole target of deletion.

@amWhy i think i do understand -what- the original picture was asking here. but it's definitely a bad example of a PSQ
(i mean, most examples are bad. but image PSQs are particularly egregious)

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Why, on a weekend, relaxing from teaching, until tomorrow, when I need to finish grading and prepare/tune up my lecture notes for the week tomorrow, why today do I subject myself to non-diamond moderating and reviewing, and such! ;D Just a rhetorical question.

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This questions is very vague

@an4s you could look at it as a Fermi problem, i guess, but i don't like Fermi problems that much

@Semiclassical Perhaps. But I think it is missing context

@an4s Indeed it is. It's a classic PSQ.

oh, certainly.