In this question, OP initially uploaded a sequence of images which he initially said "were not so relevant". Turns out that sequence shows where his problem comes from, and is a motivation which provides context to the question.
However, the sequence of images by itself provides nothing beyond that, in the sense that it is unrelated to the mathematical question. Because of that, I removed the images and put the text "I've found this polynomial while solving a problem related to a triple pendulum (for context, w is the frequency of a triple pendulum with equal lengths l; and g is gravity) and couldn't manage to proceed", in order to preserve the context.
Notice that there is also another fact which may be relevant: initially, the images were links. One edit turned them to embedded images. And then I removed them altogether and proceeded as above.
My questions are:
- Did I make the right call? (If not, why?)
- In general, if images provide context unrelated to the question per se, is it proper to remove them and substitute them for text?