How to ask a Question
Is your question from university exam?
We prefer questions which have appeared or might appear in examination. Ask questions that can be answered, not just discussed. Also provide details like it's Subject Name, Topic Name & its difficulty level (Low/Medium/High)
1. Create Question
Click on button in upper right side corner.
Keep default option as Question in Post Type
2. How to Tag
A tag is a keyword that categorizes your question with other similar questions.
Try using existing tags; avoid creating new tags
Use common abbreviations
Don't include synonyms
Combine multiple words into single-words with dashes
Maximum of 3 tags, 25 chars per tag
Tag characters: [a-z 0-9 + # - .]
Delimit tags by space, semicolon, or comma
3. How to Format Question
Provide description of question here:
Description should be in following format:
Subject: Solid Waste Management Topic: Introduction to Solid Waste Management Difficulty: Low / Medium / High
Here are some formatting tips:
Put returns between paragraphs
For line break add 2 spaces at end
_italic_ or bold
Quote by placing > at start of line
<https://google.com> [Google](https://google.com) <a href="https://google.com">Google</a>
Basic HTML also allowed
$\sin^2 \theta$= $\sin^2 \theta$
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Keep an open mind
The answer to your question may not always be the one you wanted, but that doesn’t mean it is wrong. A conclusive answer isn’t always possible. When in doubt, ask people to cite their sources, or to explain how/where they learned something. Even if we don’t agree with you, or tell you exactly what you wanted to hear, remember: we’re just trying to help.