What questions do not have enough information to be answered on WikiAnswers?

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Here are some types of questions that can't be answered:

  • Questions that do not contain enough information. For example, we don't know who you mean when you ask "Did he die?" Did who die? And we can't answer many car, coin, time zone, or other questions without specific information.
  • Partial questions or question fragments can't be answered because sentence fragments - such as "preparation for a position" or "pi plus" - don't explain what your question is, and therefore can't be answered.
  • Questions that are actually statements can't be answered because they aren't questions. "You are in love with a boy and he does not know you exist" isn't a question. You might want to rephrase this as: "What should you do if you're in love with a boy and he does not know you exist?"
  • Questions that should be asked in a chat room can't be answered because this isn't a chat room. "Who are you?" or "What is your favorite color?" aren't questions that can be answered on this website. We suggest checking out our Community Forum for some great conversation instead.
  • Questions that use the words "today" or "tomorrow" or "now" can't be answered because we can't reanswer the question every day or every moment. If you want to know specific information, ask a question with a specific date.

If you believe that your question has sufficient information to be answered, and should not have been placed into this catch-all question, please e-mail Support @ Answers.com, and request that it be made into a separate question.