Still wondering if I am reviewing correctly.
in Am I really reviewing correctly? my question was about reviewing questions.
This time it is about a first answer.
In my private opinion the quality of answer needs at least as hight as the question.
Then I was asked to review an answer for the question question: Meaning of $A^A$
There was an answer (sorry I cannot find the proposed answer anywhere anymore), the problem is that I don't understand matrixces (what is I presume the the subject of the question)
There was also a comment from i guess a more knowledgable persons than myself,( I think it was https://math.stackexchange.com/users/55235/git-gud ) and he commented something like "you misunderstand the question , you are confusing this ".
(in this case the comment was probably correct)
How should I review this answer?
I decided to skip the answer.
Was my action correct?
And what if next time there is no such help of a more knowledgable person, it it the best to skip answers i don't understand or should I say "no action needed"?