I have a question about my Physics Stack Exchange post: Kepler's Third Law
Why did my question become off-topic? I just wanted to get a formula and said that I will solve it myself. Why aren't formula questions allowed? As far as i know, the formulas are in conceptual physics. Then, I'm asking a conceptual question. Please, do it at least because you don't admit a conceptual question too. What do you really admit?
EDIT: Giving formulas does not mean ''Solving for you'' If they don't know how to apply that equation or not have any idea about the question, they won't be able to solve question. It depends on what they know. But you all don't have any respect, everyone starts hitting that close button when they see that cool ''homework-exercises'' tag. Answer formula wants at least. We got your homework policies and it seems good. But this is really being funny. The site admits conceptual question and this was really conceptual. That's why everyone does not understand this site.
Please, decide what kind of questions you want. If you want a question like this ''What is that?, What is this?'' Everyone can google it so it doesn't matter. What is this site for then? Examined other stackexchange communities, they are very helpful for a student. If you were right, then why do they answer all kind of questions? everyone gets everything well.
Let's talk about physics.se now. Yes, homework-questions should not be allowed and you are too right. But if you don't admit the formula questions, then that's being too funny. Assume I posted my question here, and asked a formula to solve it myself. Did you solve it for me? No. Who did solve it? Me. What did you show? the true equation him ought to use. Did you give the final answer? No. Does him have any idea about question? If answer is no, then he won't be able to solve it =)
Let's talk about other stackexchange communities, They get both questions. Conceptual-Homework. I posted my questions which I really did not get and took great answers. By the way, I leant everything and saw my faults. They are respectful for students because they see that him does not have any idea about the question. You might be right at homework-questions but really not right at formula questions. Believe in me, by doing this, you are helping no one. If you were really right at this, other stackexchange communties may have been following your policies.
I lost my family from a traffic accident and do not have money to go courses and my physics teacher is too agressive as well. By the way, Trying to post my questions here and that's being off-topic without any reason. I asked them a formula, not final answer or something. Trying to learn something from these communities. Please, be respectful. I hope you change I lost my family from a traffic accident and do not have money to go courses and my physics teacher is too agressive as well. By the way, Trying to post my questions here and that's being off-topic without any reason. I asked them a formula, not final answer or something. Trying to learn something from these communities. Please, be respectful. I'm not telling you to answer homework-questions. If you admit the conceptual questions, then you should answer the formula wants. Like i said, him ought to just ask an equation for question. If he wants the final answer or did not show his idea, then it should be off-topic. It seems like this will be off-topic cause telling true things. I hope you all change your unnecessilary policies. As the last thing I'll say, do not help him with calcuation cause the formula will be enough.
Let me give an example;
You did well for this question.
But look at this question and see what's different between.
(1) The first one wanted you to calcuate and give final answer for him.
(2) The second one wanted you to show a formula not give final answer for him and had said that he will solve it hisself. What's wrong then?
Take my mind as an idea, discuss about this.