I know this issue was posted here before. In its previous incarnation, this question pointed out that numerous comments instead of answers, detailing the problems with a question, and short, abrupt answers, were not respectful of the question-asker.
I am looking now at this question: Is every number a multiple of one?
I'm guessing it comes from a parent wishing to help their child. The user just signed up today, has just the one stack exchange account, and has asked just the one question. Her question is voted down, the first answer gives no explanation, just a 'yes'. The second answer is technical, and complains that the question is circular. This second answer may eventually disappear, but meanwhile the parent who came in search of understanding is being dealt with shabbily.
Before answering, please think about who asked the question, and what would be helpful. I hope we can make this site valuable to parents.
I haven't asked a question yet, have I? I guess my question would be How can we best support parents trying to help their children learn math? (But really, I'm also asking: How do we remember that different people come to math from very different levels of understanding?)