Many of my questions are marked off topic. This was extremely hard question and supposed to be done without any graphic calculator. It was voted off topic. It appears to me if I can't move at least two steps on questions solution it will be marked off topic for sure There are many others like this.
If you look at your question, you can see there the following banner (which was added after it was put on hold):
This question is missing context or other details: Please improve the question by providing additional context, which ideally includes your thoughts on the problem and any attempts you have made to solve it. This information helps others identify where you have difficulties and helps them write answers appropriate to your experience level.
Notice that "improve the question" is a link. If you click on it, you get to this page: How to ask a good question. It contains plenty of useful information. The part "Provide Context" explains what is expected to be included as "context". Some discussion about what can be understood as context is given also in this answer: Can we stop the “Show your work craze”?
You wrote: If can't move at least two steps on a question it will be tagged as off topic. Certainly, showing your own work is one possibility how to add context. But, as you can see from the above links, it is not the only one. And you can even add you own work later, if you get some hints in the comments. (If your question is put on hold, the first edit after that puts it into reopen review queue. For the exact conditions when this happens see this answer.)
Specifically for some of the questions you have been asking, it would be nice if you provided source of the question. (Quite often you just write "the book" or you don't mention any source at all.) You also include several possibilities in your questions as possible answers. It would be useful to clearly state whether you need to be able to solve the question or whether it is from some test where it is enough to choose correct answer, but you have to do this quickly. (Sometimes noticing that three of four possible answers cannot be correct might be easier way to find the correct answer - so if you are guaranteed that at least one of the answers is correct, you should mention this information to the answerers.)
Notice that there is also a chatroom Constructive feedback with this description: "You can get feedback for questions, answers and comments, if you are honestly receptive to feedback." So this might also be a reasonable place where to ask for suggestions how to improve the question.