I noticed that many users of MSE (especially newcomers) have the tendency to propose deeply bugged question under the semantical point of view, like:
- How to compute the numerical value of this (clearly divergent) integral?
- What is a universal technique for computing the primitive of (take a random function that depends on at least three different parameters, one of them being completely useless, removable through a change of variable)?
- Given two sides of a triangle, how to compute the length of the third one?
and so on. Usually, such questions are soon commented and the OP is made aware that his question has no sense at all, in a polite way. Nothing wrong about that. However, if not closed, such questions continue to populate the MSE database being unanswered, and being essentially useless to other users. Moreover, among the reasons for closing a question, there is no polite equivalent of this question makes no sense at all.
So my question is: should we introduce it?
And, in any case, how to deal with/get rid of such issue?