# Question was closed as homework

I am wondering why this question was closed as homework.As OP said ,It was from an exam ,but I think it was not a homework type question.

• As JMac said "[...] I don't think it's really appropriate to answer this question given the person asking has not shown any personal effort or asked a conceptual question, as per the homework-type question policy". Also note that the OP didn't reply to either of the comments on the question. They just dumped their question & disappeared. – PM 2Ring Apr 13 at 9:09
• @PM2Ring It seems a conceptual question to me.there are a lot of questions which didn't show any personal efforts but they were not closed because they were asking about a concept.for example-physics.stackexchange.com/q/29082 – user227513 Apr 13 at 9:22
• The post was closed 2 years ago... is it really worth a meta post? – user191954 Apr 13 at 9:49
• It was flagged for closure before it received 5 VtCs and 0 leave-open votes in the queue. physics.stackexchange.com/review/close/174528 – user191954 Apr 13 at 9:53
• Besides just considering the differences in how well received the two different questions were ((+45/-0) on the time question and (+1/-4) on closed one)... The time question is asking about several concepts (which maybe you could argue is too broad; but that's a different question), the closed question is asking "Which one is easier? Are they the same?"; it could have been worded as a conceptual question maybe, but it wasn't as worded here. – JMac Apr 13 at 16:24

That said, I do agree that this question did contain enough of a kernel of a conceptual problem that OP could have edited the question into an on-topic form which could have been reopened $$-$$ but the simple fact is that OP did not do this.