I have an issue to some to the comments of this following question that I had answered:
I am providing images to follow, for the under 10k rep users in case the question itself becomes deleted.
I had simply given a hint to the OP, as below:
Granted, the OP's question (see below image) is a basic subtraction problem. I'm all for helping out as much as I can, even with questions as elementary as this one. However, I am disturbed by the responses that follow my answer (see above image; e.g. "Please post only serious answers"), as well as some responses that follow the question as well.
Unsurprisingly, the OP did not take this well. After all, I too found that some of these comments were mean-spirited in nature.
My question is: Is there any way that the more experienced users can be more welcoming and supportive of new users, in general? (I say "in general" because this question wouldn't count: The OP states that she is 10 years old, which is below the minimum age of 13 years to use this site.)
Furthermore, is it "wrong" to answer elementary level questions? I gave a hint (not an answer, as some users will unfortunately debate), and accordingly I received some backlash as well in the comments to follow my answer.
Needless to say, I am a little angry at this moment, as of writing up this post. So I apologize if my tone here is off-putting.