For many low-quality questions, moderators use the following standard comments:
"We discourage "please check whether my answer is correct" questions, as only "yes/no" answers are possible, which won't help you or future visitors. See here and here. Can you edit your post to ask about a specific conceptual issue you're uncertain about? As a rule of thumb, a good conceptual question should be useful even to someone who isn't looking at the problem you happen to be working on. If you just need someone to check your work, you might seek out a friend, classmate, or teacher. "
"Don't use images as the main content of your post. This makes your question impossible to search and inaccessible to the visually impaired; we don't like that. Please transcribe text and mathematics. You can use LaTeX. Don't forget to give proper attribution to your sources!"
Can the other users who are not moderators, copy and paste the same comments to improve the low-quality posts? since it is difficult to write a new comment again, and these comments encapsulate all the details. It won't count as "plagiarised" or "unethical" to use the same comment, right? (just worried)
It will also help reduce the moderator's work.