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The fact that your question was written to be answered by yourself is a red herring here, and has nothing to do with the reception of your question. The first thing you should be asking yourself is "Is my question a good question, per the site guidelines?" My first impression of the linked question—even in the current state—is that it doesn't ...


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I have edited the tag wiki to include the $_p F _q$ case and gave a mention to several extensions, as hardmath suggested. Please feel free to improve the blurb.


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I don't think sharing the experience between fast low quality answers is a solution. In fact, it further encourages people to post fast, low-quality answers to low-quality questions. I think a better solution is for more people to vote quickly to close the question if it is a simple problem statement, and downvote any and all low-quality answers that appear. ...


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It depends how you ask it. This is true of every type of question*, but it is easy to forget about when asking for a book recommendation. Simply asking "what is the best book to learn algebra from?" is a bad question (high school algebra, or abstract algebra? Also, any answer will be opinion-based, due to the word "best"). Asking "I'...


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