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Writing a well-formatted question struggles new users.
Some decide instead of typing the actual text of the question, typesetting formulae with $\LaTeX$ and using plotting software, it would be better for them to avoid the effort and sufficient for the community to try following up with far-from-ideal handwriting and messed up flow of information about the actual question being asked manuscripted with a ballpoint pen (worse — faint pencil) on a piece of paper, a single low quality (better, but rare — with decent resolution and actually in focus) and completely non-indexable digital photograph of which is linked.
(I have seen more questions of these type, although this is the first time it got my attention that much.)
What to do with these questions?
- Edit all the info on the photograph into the question and discard the picture? Oftenly this is more effort than the OP put in originally.
- Vote to close? There doesn't seem to be a reason for extremely poor formatting. "Unclear what're you asking" doesn't really fit since the question may actually be conveyed and be sound, mathematically.
- Downvote and move on? Doesn't really resolve this.
These types of questions are contrary to the point of SE for information to be reusable: there is no info ready to be indexed, neither there is any possibility of it being somehow reused because of the way information is presented.
This is not ASCII formulae all over the text, which can be re-formatted with $\LaTeX$ in reasonable time or even read just okay as is, this is the next level. It is the job of the questioner to convey the essence of the question the most efficient way possible. These types of questions are not useful.