I think you all are still correct but some of us have some personal problems due to which we come to sites like this. I think we should be treated well.
Imagine the following scenarios:
For some reason, maybe you want to study abroad, you need to write a letter of motivation in a language you are not very good at. Now, this needs to be very good, but you don't want to bother your friends with correcting it. You pass by some notice where some language enthusiast club for this particular language advertises their meetings. So you decide to go there and just say "Hey, can anyone quickly correct this letter, please? I'm not very good at it and it's urgent!" Would you expect a good response?
Imagine you have a dispute with your friend about some grammatical finepoint of your mother tongue (if it was English, maybe you ask yourself about how to correctly use the passive voice in a very intricate and very specific example). What do you do? Well, first you look it up in your English book, but the explanation is somewhat intricate and you don't really want to spend time trying to decipher it. So you decide it's quicker to just ask the experts: you look up your local university and call the dean of the language faculty to ask him or her about that particular problem of yours. Would you expect a good response?
In both cases, I suspect that the recipients of your requests will tell you that this is not the place and tell you the rules or show you where to look them up. Sometimes they will be patient, othertimes they will react sullenly, because they are tired of similar requests.
The two examples are not exactly the same as a homework question on this site, but pretty close. In "real life" most people understand that for every question and matter, there are different places to ask - you don't start with the expert, because other people can answer your questions equally well and are willing to do so because they still learn and like to learn from these types of questions.
You need to understand that it's the same on the internet.
At this point I have written and erased several strongly worded paragraphs expressing my intense frustration with the entitlement expressed in your question. You seem to assume that our purpose here is to be a resource for you in particular.
What if that is not why we are gathered here?
Here are some things you could have done to find out if we were going to want to solve elementary problems for you:
- You could have taken the tour.
- You could have read some of the pages in the help center. Particularly those about what kinds of questions are welcome and what kinds are not.
- After your first questions was put on-hold as being too homework-like, you could have read the link included in the system generated on-hold message that contains guidance on how to ask questions about elementary topics.
And I note that some of your questions have been left open and answered. That's because we're not responding negatively to you as a person but to a particular request that you keep making of us: we don't want to be a homework help-site, and we don't care if the questions were assigned as part of a class or not.
At some point you have to take responsibility for understanding what this site is and is not.