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6:33 AM
Here's a PSQ. It's real fresh, and the OP has edited it once.
 
 
8 hours later…
2:37 PM
@ProducerofBS I didn't vote to delete earlier, but now I have, because it's still wrong; before you use the term "first X" you have to prove that "at least one X exists". Neither id you prove it nor can it be proven, because 0.3030303... (base 4) has no digit 1 or digit 2.
 
3:06 PM
Ugh... this guy is really trying to write a good question, but s/he is getting contradictory advice from several different people (including someone who cynically suggested "Hey, pretend that you are looking for proof verification!").
I would have voted to reopen the previous iteration, but the current version of the question (in my opinion) contains too much fluff. @AloizioMacedo and I have weighed in on the comments; does anyone else feel like contributing?
How many delete votes would be needed to delete this question (with 322 upvotes)?
 
3:42 PM
@XanderHenderson Something like 10? In any case, Based on my personal criteria it's an acceptable question, but I can see why it is off-topic to some other people.
 
@user21820 I wasn't suggesting that it should be deleted, but it came up in meta, and I noticed that it has 9 delete votes
which seems like a lot
 
3:54 PM
@XanderHenderson Ah I see. Could you link the Meta post?
I'm just curious to glance through what people think about it.
 
@user21820 It is this post, but that question is only given as an example, and is not the primary point of the post.
 
Anyway, I like (one part of) one of the comments by Ittay:
> You just need to keep them away from the crap of standard school curricula and books.
 
 
1 hour later…
5:25 PM
@user21820 Thanks I have no problem with that.
 
5:52 PM
@XanderHenderson It was ten needed! You win, @user21820.
 
@amWhy Heh one of the rare times I recall some meta-thing.
 
 
5 hours later…
10:59 PM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Few unique characters in answer: Two triangles, only one different side, same area? by user557404 on math.SE
 

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