Sometimes when I sit down for a lengthy review session I find with many questions that I can't solve, and especially if it's on a weekend I won't have TA/Professors to ask, so I typically bring them here. But I know the questions are meant to "benefit all", so I typically pick the one I have absolutely no clue about and just power through or save the rest...is there a preferred way of asking a series of practice problems? I do filter them of course, spending at least 20 min to try to reason it out on my own but sometimes I have no idea where to start, or sometimes it's 45min+ and I'm just wasting time at that point.
From the existing posts I gathered that it should:
- Show evidence of effort (don't just post question)
- Not be a ridiculous quantity (5 in 3 hours was too much?)
I'm wondering if it would help if:
- I grouped the relevant questions into one post. E.g. If I'm struggling with pieces of the normal distribution, I will combine a proof E(X) question with a computational question etc.
- Make a post similar to above and ask if anybody wants to take it to chat (do people do that lol?)