2:59 AM
Please close this question A little more urgent, since there has been participation. I tried providing some directives, but there will be an answer soon. Could also be a dupe.

3:12 AM
Correction : Attempt added. I feel good.

3:32 AM
@TeresaLisbon Thanks for shedding light re: the logistics of implementing automatic quality checks. I hadn't realised either that individual sites under the Stackexchange aren't ever permitted to have a site(domain)-specific banner or sidebar box
*Stackexchange umbrella

3:52 AM
@RyanG Ah, yes, that as well. It is quite unfortunate that we have a limited framework , but I remain somewhat optimistic that we can get it to improve in the future!

Greetings
I want to know, how to make a question for bounty
No one has answered one question, and i find it interesting
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above we have a balanced Wheatstone bridge and we know that the potentials at $b$ and $d$ are equal, hence current does no flow through $bd$. However, in a conducting wire the potential difference between two points is zero but still currently flows through the wire.....What's different in this ...

This one

That one is in Physics SE though.
@SamyakMarathe Anyway, the question is still new (9 hours old) and bounty cannot be placed. Once it is two days old (If I remember correctly), there will be a bottom of "start a bounty" below the comment section.

4:11 AM
* sites under the Stackexchange aren't even permitted to..

@RyanG Got the correction, thanks. It doesn't affect my statement, but I was wondering if there was a typo there.

4:56 AM

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6:18 AM
@SmokeDetector No issues with this question, source + seems to have been solved in the comments. We can leave it.

6:48 AM
still one delete-vote needed - question is opinion-based.
@rschwieb agnostic Volker Dittmar created a very nice site about atheism and agnostics. But that he tried to disprove God using Einstein's relativity theories (to counter the argument that God can neither be proven nor disproven) annoyed me.
@SmokeDetector I agree Teresa , nothing wrong with this post.

7:04 AM
@Peter So is it like legal to answer this
In the sense that it is not a closed type question so i won't be disfollowing EoQS if i answered that right?

We cannot decide whether a question is "allowed" to be answered. We can only mention our point of view. At last moderators must decide this. But I think, the risk of trouble , if you answer this , is small.

8:04 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Username similar to website in answer (66): Using linear approximation to approximate $\sqrt{81.3}$ by Point Slope Form on math.SE

8:16 AM
(Easy to find) duplicate: math.stackexchange.com/q/4208071/42969

9:01 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad keyword in body, blacklisted user (72): How to discuss the point slope equation by calculator? ✏️ by Point Slope Form on math.SE

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One more vote needed: C1; D1, D2, D3, D4, D5
For closure: C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, C7, C8, C9
For deletion: D6, D7, D8, D9, D10, D11, D12

11:17 AM
@Saad Particular annoying this post : It is not difficult to factor out $82!$ , and the laziness was even awarded with answers. Unfortunately, all we can do now is delete it. The possible damage of the answers cannot be repaired.
And moreover $3$ reopen-votes.
Thank you, Joe !

@Peter: No problem. The user Angelo edited the question to include an attempt, which perhaps explains the reopen votes. Chris Brooks then reverted Angelo's edits, as they clearly didn't follow the editing guidelines.

@TheSimpliFire Hi

Hello @Peter

If you are interested in fascinating Carmichael-function projects, enter : "Martin Hopf's prime numbers"

11:55 AM
is it normal to answer a question and immediatly after that closing the question as a duplicate? math.stackexchange.com/questions/4208266/…

12:14 PM
@vitamind The answer has been self-deleted and replaced by a comment.

@MartinR nice

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3:05 PM
Let use delete this “puzzle” math.stackexchange.com/q/4208397/42969.

3:53 PM
@MartinR Nice to see it's gone!

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5:20 PM
D1, D2, D3.

5:49 PM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Mostly non-latin title (82): why is 𝐴⊕𝐵 ~ 𝐵⊕𝐴? by shawna derker on math.SE

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9:18 PM
@vitamind, @Saad, @TheSimpliFire, @rschwieb, and all interested: Word search in the Cafe!

It's not often that I see here a PSQ posted by someone who has been around for almost 10 years.

@JoséCarlosSantos Indeed!

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10:40 PM
@Joe I remember you were working on compiling a more basic, introduction to mathjax. Can you steer me to that meta post?
@Joe I've found it!
@RRL You are always most welcome in the Cafe, and in word searches; ditto to @JoséCarlosSantos, @JyrkiLahtonen, @JitendraSingh, @JackGallagher

11:40 PM
@amWhy: Thanks. I've not been spending much time here of late due to other priorities. Will try to get back to previous level of activity.

@RRL Glad to see you! No problem. Of course we miss you, but first things first! Your welcome anytime other priorities lessen! :-)