I asked this question on Meta Stack Exchange, and we there came to the conclusion that the edit made sense. I figured I'd ask here anyway, just to see how the communinty thinks of it
MJD has other rejected edits for the same reason:
First of all, the edit was approved, but a very high-rep user rejected it because it
Disguises the author's non-fluency in English
While it did (sort of) fix other major flaws with the question (it had no MathJax), I don't really see how Disguising an author's non-fluency in English is a reason to reject an edit, isn't rewording questions to be more clear and easier to read a major reason for editing?
Note to future users: I did change a
! to a
?, changing the meaning of the question, but that wasn't really the point of the question.