I would like to know as curiosity, or as a reflection or thought that maybe can be useful the following question (I didn't add answers on this site Mathematics Stack Exchange and I don't help to adress the need to the New Contributors in his/her first questions here).
The situation is that I believe* that some new users don't know how type formulas in the language that is used in the site Mathematics Stack Exchange (my concern is for the first question of some new users that I evoke that are students), thus my belief is that the first question of some new contributor can not be formatted in the best way, if maybe he/she is not stuck but doesn't know how type formulas the post that I evoke can be telegraphic, and maybe some user can not add more details in comments.
Question. What should be the itinerary to edit a good post with formulas for a new user (I mean that he/she is editing for first time a post, and has the need to learn how edit those formulas in the body or with the purpose to add a comment)? Many thanks.
I emphasize that I'm asking this information in case that this is legitimate to ask this.
*I, of course, support the effort culture, and maybe my beliefs doesn't care of all causistic or maybe are biased or wrong.