I think the new close banners don't show the reason for closure unless you are a certain reputation. I personally think it's useful for others to know the reason, and I don't think it's secret information (though I won't copy the names of who voted to close).
The close banner says:
Homework-like questions and check-my-work questions are considered off-topic here, particularly when asking about specific computations instead of underlying physics concepts. Homework questions can be on-topic when they are useful to a broader audience. If you intend to modify your question, please read the links above carefully before editing. Note that answers with complete solutions may be deleted!
If you read those links, you will see some of the types of questions that the community generally considers off topic under this close reason. In this case, the user has basically just asked us to give the answer to a "homework-like" question. Typically for a question like this to be on topic, the person has to ask about the concepts involved. Not just present an exercise question, figure out the first part of it, and ask "Which multiple choice answer is right?". Especially when followed up by a second part of the question that they haven't seem to put any effort into.
If the person asking had presented this problem, and then asked a conceptual question about the answer, say for example:
I saw this problem [show problem] and I was told the answer is b), but when I thought about [some concept], I thought that would make c) the answer. Can anyone explain why [this concept] does not work for me here?
But with actual details about the concept and how they applied it, there is a chance a question like that could be on topic.
As it is, this question doesn't do that. If you want to read a lot more discussion on it, those two links above in the close banner have quite a bit of it.
There is a reopen process for closed questions, but I don't know if it's possible at this point to edit it in a way that makes it on topic. Especially since there are already answers to the off-topic version which would likely be made irrelevant if those edits were done. That type of editing is typically discouraged.