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Why is it so difficult for so many to phrase a question properly? Is our education system so bad that the simple act of asking a question is now beyond the ability of a large percentage of our ...

Maybe some people here are just in a hurry to ask their questions. A poorly constructed question isn't enough to generalize that there's something wrong with our educational system.

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Bob Suffolk Thinks this answer is Helpful:

There is a standard format for most university level questions: Background, relevant information, justification, and related commentary.  Then we pose the question.  That way we don't have to re-invent the wheel every time we turn the crank.

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