Today, I asked a question and it will probably be closed for missing context.I'm a freshmen year Physics & Mathematics student, and for me this question has enough context, which is not true based on the votes, but here is the problem; I don't know what is missing, which indicates that I don't really understand the true insight of my question, but it is the very reason that why I'm asking this question to learn what I don't know.Therefore, please indicating what is missing in the question when you are down voting or voting for closing the question.
The question you asked originally was this:
Does the unit vectors carry any unit information?
Does the unit vectors carry any unit information ?
Was this really your best effort to articulate your question?
I have a hard time to believe this, and the latter edit proves it. To be frank, I think you have very little to complain about in this case. If you want to blame something, blame your initial lack of effort.