This is in reference to closed question:
While I can understand the reason for closing it, I do have to disagree with closing it. In my view it sends the wrong message.
When I first saw the question it immediately reminded me of the quantifier section I just read in How to Prove It: A Structured Approach . Specifically example 2.1.4 which list all of the combinations of for all and there exist with the variables x and y and condition x < y for natural numbers. Velleman then goes on to explain the validity and meaning of each one. (Sorry I can't list them here because Meta doesn't display LaTeX)
So while the question given may be very basic, I personally found not only the question and answer to be of value, but also the link to Mathematics for Computer Science.
While the question was answered in a comment, someone else with more knowledge could have added more value with an answer. While I do recognize the question as part of a pattern to watch out for with quantifiers, I am still learning the patterns fuller ramifications.
For people taking this in a course with an instructor getting the feedback is trivial, but for me being a self-learner, seeing the question closed and referring to have such questions asked in a forum is disconcerting. For some it is hard enough when self-learning to feel confident enough to ask a question here or in public, but then to have it closed for that reason, it could just smash someone, especially a young person.
I also would dislike seeing these questions done in a chat. One of the points of SE is to ask a question and get an answer without having to read through lots other meaningless messages. Putting such questions into chat would do just that; require someone to wade through lots of fluff. On top of that, every time someone wanted to see if such a question existed they would have to additionally query the forum log.
If such questions need a new tag to identify them as such, then please create one.
I don't intend anything here to be taken personally, and hopefully haven't conveyed that.