I was wondering if there could be exceptions to the multiple question rule when analyzing mathematical concepts.
For example, suppose a user quotes a math-related paragraph on Wikipedia, and wants to ask what it means. To break down this overarching question, would it be reasonable to bundle together many specific questions, such as, "what does A represent in Text X," "what does B + C represent in Text X," "if we modify Text X to say Y, how would it affect C," "is Text X assuming a rectangular coordinate system," etc.?
These may be of mild interest when asked as separate questions, but become more valuable in virtue of supplying an understanding of the paragraph (which is what the questioner needed in the first place). The whole may be greater than the sum of the parts. Furthermore, if asked as separate questions, the conjoined answers may not mesh as well as if a single person had answered the whole thing. If combining such questions is more valuable to later readers as well as the questioner, would this constitute an acceptable deviation from the multiple question rule?