Linked Questions

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Is it possible to “bump” a question?

Hello, I recently asked a question asking for the help of the community in my preparation for grad school. However, I only got one answer to the question and I fear it has now faded into oblivion. Is ...
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1answer
283 views

Is it allowed to repost?

If I have a question no one answered or comment to ever, since 2 months. Is it allowed to delete it and repost it, or is this abuse?
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2answers
494 views

What to do when I get no feedback on an answer to my own question?

I asked this question sometime ago and had no idea how to solve it. Later, I got a hint(the first answer there) and used it to reach a conclusion, which I then wrote in the comments. The person who ...
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2answers
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Is there a way to bring back a dead question?

There's a question you see that you know is good and deserves to be answered, but has not been so yet. Furthermore, the most that has happened on it is some people commenting. People haven't voted to ...
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1answer
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I deleted my post. And now?

I recently deleted one of my own posts so I can ask the question again and maybe drive more attention to it, since I put much effort into it. But it seems like deleting a post does not really delete ...
12
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1answer
361 views

What to do with old questions whose only 'complete' answerer gives no clarification?

I've had a few questions where I only received one response, and while they answered my question (at least partially), I had some doubts about it, and left a comment (while upvoting, but not accepting ...
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2answers
256 views

Why are people downvoting my question?

My question Coming up with a rigorous definition for a Riemman-like sum which is easier to compute? has been downvoted twice. Is it because: a) My question is too similar to this question? b) I ask ...
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0answers
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Non-OP bumping a question

I am working on a Java algorithm to plot multiple hyperbolas at different angles. To help with that I googled and stumbled on this question. My old and tired brain doesn't think I can do the ...
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1answer
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Can I repost any old question of mine?

I had asked this question a while ago (a month or two). It has two upvotes and $37$ views as of now, thus this question hasn't gone unnoticed. But the question was active only a month ago and I haven'...
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0answers
388 views

I have a question that has been asked and answered, but I am not satisfied with the answers provided.

Generally, I have been very satisfied with the stack exchanges, but on occasion I run into a problem like this. I am trying to understand the significance of the transition functions of a manifold ...
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0answers
493 views

Asking a question which is pretty much a dupe

I want to ask a question, but it is basically a duplicate of a (5 year old) question already asked here and that question doesn't have an answer. Morally, any good answer to that question would be an ...
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0answers
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Is bounty really guaranteeing more exposure?

Setting a bounty on a question should (at least in theory) guarantee it gets more attention. This is evidenced by the fact that one of the possible reasons on the list offered when you're setting it ...
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0answers
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Bounty and visibility for low-rep users

I asked a question this month, and it didn't get much attention. I tried bumping it two times by adding a tag and by editing the title for something more fitting, but it still didn't draw much more ...
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1answer
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How can I proceed trying to solve a too difficult problem? [closed]

I was asking about an ODE problem getting some answers that were somewhat useful. I failed to understand it though and I still haven't solved it. In which ways can I proceed if I still want to solve ...
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1answer
141 views

What to do to get a question more views?

Following the advice given in a previous topic, I placed a bounty on one of my questions, though it does not seem to provide additional traffic/views. So if we suppose that a bounty fails in getting a ...

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